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Support for bike lanes on display at Cabana Road meeting, says Windsor engineer

On Thursday evening, some 200 people gathered at the Roseland Golf Club to discuss a proposal to put separated bike lanes on one of Windsor’s major east-west arteries. 289 more words

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INTERACTIVE: Why College Street is Toronto cyclists' 'dooring zone'

Watch above: The number of so-called ‘doorings’ in Toronto is on the rise – but the number of charges aren’t. Mark McAllister reports. 

Of the 1,308 Toronto cyclists hit by opening car doors between 2005 and 2013, most were hurt but only one was killed: A 57-year-old man biking east on Eglinton Avenue West on a May afternoon in 2008 when a 43-year-old woman opened her car door and sent the man flying into traffic, where he was hit by a truck. 849 more words

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Transportation headlines, Wednesday, July 23

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Data shows highest number of ‘doorings’ happen on College St.

Watch above: Why dooring is a danger to cyclists along College Street. Mark McAllister reports. 

TORONTO – One second, Siva Vijenthira was heading home along College Street during evening rush hour – on her bike, as she normally is. 613 more words

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Final phase of construction begins on Moncton's Northwest Trail

MONCTON – Construction began Monday on the final stage of the Northwest Trail, a pedestrian and cyclist path that will connect the north part of Moncton to the downtown core. 385 more words

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The Orange Snake

So, a friend sent me a picture of an orange bike bridge here in Copenhagen (see the article below) and it really captured my imagination – not only the fact that a government would boldly fund a bridge over water just for bikes, but that they would make it so obvious by painting it bright orange! 93 more words

Cycling

Sharing the road...

I noticed a white bicycle adorned with flowers on my way home last night at a big intersection a few blocks from my house. (St. Claude and Elysian Fields for locals.) I did not think anything of it since many artists do street installations, but this morning I learned that… 267 more words