Nov 15 by jason

Toronto cyclists stage sit-in to protest bike lane removal

A bike lane on Jarvis St. in Toronto, Ontario was scheduled for removal but six protesters staged a sit-in to prevent construction workers from removing the lane. The removal crew gave up after only clearing about 200 meters of road. It’s inspiring to see that such a small number of protestors were able to make a difference,…

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May 04 by rebecca

Toronto mayor unabashedly anti-cyclist, has bike lanes removed

In fifteen years Toronto has gone from being dubbed the best cycling city in North America to the bike collision capital of Canada. Not helping matters is the current mayor, Rob Ford, who was elected after promising to end what he referred to as “the war on the car.” The level of animosity he has…

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