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Bicycles in Toronto's Roncesvalles Village. Image: wyliepoon/Flickr
David Suzuki | The shortcomings of car-oriented streetscapes are being highlighted like never before during the pandemic. The health crisis is forcing cities to re-think how people get around.
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Bike lanes
Redeye Collective | Michael Andersen understands why small business owners are nervous about changes in the street outside their store windows. But he says they have nothing to fear, and much to gain, from bike lanes.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Yvonne Bambrick has been cycling in traffic for years. She wrote this new book to help both new riders and veteran cyclists gain the skills to negotiate city streets safely.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Bike lanes, wider sidewalks and lower speed limits are some of the design features that can make a street into a space that is comfortable for all users, not just drivers.
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Photo: Paul Kruger / Flickr
Derrick O'Keefe | Confronting what is now quite evidently a global climate emergency will take a lot more than a few more people riding bikes.
Podcast
Adam Bemma | Bicycle Bob Silverman and Angela Bischoff share their thoughts and feelings about two of Canada's most celebrated cycling visionaries, Montreal's Claire Morissette and Toronto's Tooker Gomberg.
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Wayne Scott and Albert Koehl | If Toronto is to hand over precious public road space for deliveries doesn't it make more sense to adopt an approach that serves the whole community instead of one private interest group?
Podcast
Redeye
Sean Mullen | Redeye speaks with one of the founding members of a new bike co-operative that aims to deliver goods to businesses in downtown Vancouver. Graham Anderson explains how the co-op will work.
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Sarah Laskow | Congress couldn’t get it together to vote even on the smallest of possible energy bills -- the renewable energy standard -- before the October recess.
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John Bonnar | A new study showed that customers who arrived on foot, by transit or on bikes visited more often and reported spending more money than those who drove.
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John Bonnar | Creating a 5 foot bike lane - with a 3 foot buffer - in between a 9 foot parking lane and an 11 foot moving lane keeps cyclists from getting “doored” by drivers getting out of their parked cars.