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Published on Aug 12, 2014
A quick look at Adelaide and Simcoe St. new bike lane. Toronto needs protected bike lanes, separated from traffic! The number of cyclists in Toronto is clearly growing rapidly, and even more people would bike in the city, but do not because they are afraid for their safety. Biking reduces gridlock, improves health and is better for the environment. Not only should bike lanes be separated, they need to be connected. It’s great that we are trying to improve cycling infrastructure in the city with pilot project lanes on Adelaide, Richmond, and Simcoe, but if they are not properly built and logically connected to other cycling routes, what it the point?