Is it really that time? Bike lanes on Bloor pilot
It's been a long, long time since bike lanes for Bloor Street had been first proposed. Just ask Albert Koehl, lawyer and cycling advocate, who detailed the history—first proposed in 1977! (Or Hamish Wilson, who for many years carried the torch despite the "Bloored vision" of City Hall—tip of my hat to Hamish's famous turn of phrases for Caronto).
Bloor-Annex BIA Chair says We want bike lanes on Bloor
Bloor Corridor Visioning Study
Progress on Bloor St. Bike Lanes
Upcoming Webinar: Bike Lanes, On-Street Parking and Business
The following event announcement comes from the Clean Air Partnership, who along with TCAT put together the recent study about bike lanes on Bloor St. in The Annex. Please note that registration is limited to 40 people, so you should register soon if you plan to attend.
Quality, Credibility and the Bloor Viaduct Bikeway
Lay down a sewer pipe and there are myriad standards dictating dimension, clearance and placement. Lay down a bike lane and sound design precepts are optional, more often recognized in the breach than in the application. How is it that conduits for sh_t are typically subjected to greater planning rigor than conduits for human beings on bicycles?
Golden Hour Commute (A Photo Essay)
TCAT News, March 25 2008
Some important items in today's Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation newsletter. In particular, make sure you read about the Bloor/Yorkville, Jarvis St., and City operating budget issues! You can read the whole newsletter on their website here.
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