Jump on da Bixi

Melbourne. London. Hip Hop videos. Bixi, the homegrown sensation, seems to be popping up everywhere. (Well, everywhere except NDG... Read More

Making the Link: Is the marriage of cycling with transit the future of transportation?

Riding Portland’s LRT is a breeze with your bike – Image from Thomas Le Ngo’s Flickr page As North American urban... Read More

Commuting snapshots across the Spacing map

Source: Statistics Canada By Emily Richardson — cross-posted from Spacing Atlantic Despite dramatic differences in population... Read More

Bike deaths inspire vigils…and tickets

Concern about cycling safety is at a high after four cyclists were killed by vehicles on rural Quebec roads over the past week... Read More

A Bike Path Set in Stone

A bike path set in stone in the heart of Montreal is a lovely metaphor, but I just have one question… Is this for real... Read More

Flexible bike paths: Lessons from a mild winter

This post is a special submission from Daniel Rotsztain, a student of Urban Geography at McGill University. Also see his previous post... Read More

Bye Bye Bixi

« I wept and on my knees I prayed that there be truth and there be light [and there be Bixi]. » – Joel Gibb The leaves fall, the... Read More

Cyclist evades death after being struck by delivery truck on St. Laurent

Photo: Patrick Sanfaçon, La Presse This morning, around 9am, a 22-year old woman was pulled under a delivery truck and tangled up in... Read More

La Course des Morts this week

The annual Course des Morts bike race is taking place once again this year on October 31st.  As usual, it’s open to anyone who... Read More

Bikes and buses in traffic: What can Montreal learn from other cities?

Bicycles and buses in Montreal have a fairly intimate, and almost always antagonistic, relationship. This is not news to those... Read More