Monthly Archives: June 2011

Windy night on Kingston Road

Sure enough, all but one of my new business cards were floating on the breeze somewhere in the Upper Beach.

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Who will be the champion of Toronto’s bike network?

The real cycling superheroes will be the city councillors who vote against the Fords’ ridiculous, car-focused transportation plan. These superheroes will save Toronto from becoming one of the only cities in the world to remove bicycle infrastructure instead of promoting healthy alternatives to vehicle traffic.

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London, Ontario’s Master Plan – A cycling plan Toronto should steal

London’s Bicycle Master Plan features a commuter bicycle network and a recreational bicycle network, recognizing the different needs of different cyclists, and promoting cycling as an option for commuters, and a way to reduce vehicle congestion, promote active healthy living, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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