Jarvis bike lanes improve safety for all road users

At the Toronto Cyclist Union’s—sorry, Cycle Toronto’s—annual general meeting a few evenings ago, Andrea Garcia, Director of Advocacy... Read More

Removal of Jarvis bike lane to cost $272,000

Installing a bike lane takes money, but uninstalling it can take even more. And sometimes, as with the case of the removal of the... Read More

Bixi gets bigger

I first saw the notice taped to the side of the Bixi station on Hoskin Ave and Devonshire Pl, saying that it was going to be relocated... Read More

Four bad ideas for bikes

There are bad ideas, and then there are really bad ideas. And then there is the idea mused about by Adriane Carr, a Green party... Read More

Toronto on fast forward

Toronto Tempo from Ryan Emond on Vimeo. What is it about watching our urban lives on fast forward that fascinates us so much? I think... Read More

Dispatches from cycling in Vancouver

Much has happened for cycling in Vancouver since I left a year and a half ago. With new separated lanes, Vancouver has created the... Read More

New York City to launch bike share program

The Big Apple has jumped into the bike share game, and, true to form, has immediately catapulted itself to the top of the list in... Read More

Summer Streets get New York moving

On my recent trip to New York I found myself walking Broadway on a sweltering Saturday afternoon, negotiating the sidewalk amidst... Read More

Learning from Minneapolis

When one thinks about cycling friendly cities in the United States, it’s cities like Portland or perhaps New York, with its... Read More

On the removal of bike lanes

Just a few days ago, Catherine Porter from the Toronto Star asked the question: Will John Street be the next Jarvis? A more... Read More