The cycle of independence

A fun fact to bring up at parties is that cycling helped get women the right to vote. Sort of. At the end of the 19th century, women... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 013, Birthday

It’s the one-year anniversary of the relaunch! Last year, we took you to the celebration party for the approval of the Bloor... Read More

REID: “You cannot talk fatalities down” – international insights on walking and cycling

When I asked Anders Lie, the Swedish expert on the Vision Zero traffic safety program, about cities (like Toronto) where politicians... Read More

REID: Transforming Buenos Aires

A radical transformation of the centre of Buenos Aires, Argentina, combining a new Bus Rapid Transit project and a... Read More

REID: The value of federal support for cycling

Canadian bike and walking advocates have been working to try to get the federal government to engage with, and provide financial... Read More

LORINC: Let’s have a public conversation about our phones and cycling

Here’s a bike safety question: Are more cyclists texting or checking their smart phones while riding? I can’t provide empirical... Read More

The sidepath: a solution for suburban cycling infrastructure

On busy suburban roads, sidepaths offer an appealing alternative to installing bike lanes. But where they have been implemented, there... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 001 with Janette Sadik-Khan

Welcome to the return of Spacing Radio, a monthly podcast that uncovers Toronto and Canadian urbanism. In episode 001, we sit down... Read More

Top 5 reasons to roll out the Bike Plan as soon as possible

A cross-post from Cycle Toronto Since 2014, we’ve been calling on City Council to build a city-wide Minimum Grid of 100km of... Read More