Category Archives: cycling

Five? years to construct Sumach bike lane ?

A contra-flow bike lane on Sumach is a good idea. Currently, the only routes in the area for north-bound cycling from King to Queen are on River, Parliament, or Power (where it is difficult to cross fast-moving traffic on Adelaide … Continue reading

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protected bike lane on Shuter

Sometime in 2020, “the City will carry out much needed road reconstruction on Shuter St, between Sherbourne and River St: removing and replacing the asphalt surface and road base, and some sections of curb and sidewalk. Existing bike lanes will be … Continue reading

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Ward 29 14 Cycling

Avid cyclists may be interested to know that Ward 29 has its own cycling committee – check it out. Update Feb 2020): Ward 29/30 became Ward 14. Ward 27/28 became Ward 13; here are links for the Toronto Centre bike … Continue reading

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TPSC newsletter (March 2007)

A few items from the latest Toronto Public Space Committee (TPSC) newsletter: The TPSC is campaigning to get “truck billboards” off Toronto’s streets. These trucks drive around the city at the busiest times causing congestion, adding to smog and visual … Continue reading

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