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Article on building support for walking and cycling infrastructure

There is another recent article on non-motorized transport (NMT). This is a good read and something that I think should be required for those who are little too serious or staunch about their advocacies. 88 more words

Policy

Nearly everything involves tradeoffs

Those who advocate for urban futures typically describe an ideal urban environment that will be superior to current urban areas. I think they are missing two important facts in doing so. 400 more words

Density

UPS to launch delivery bicycle pilot project in Toronto

Toronto is partnering with UPS to launch a cargo delivery bicycle pilot project to improve the flow of traffic in the densest parts of the city. 237 more words

News

Be Courteous Out There!

A Westport mother of 3 — soon to be 4 — writes:

We live by the beach for the reason so many others do: the ability to walk and bike to Compo, the close-knit neighborhood, and the freedom all this allows our children at a young age. 277 more words

Children

Jarvis: 'Um, you might want to brush up on the law, councillor'

Windsor doesn’t have safe bike lanes, Coun. Paul Borrelli admits, but “cyclists love our thousands of kilometres of wonderful sidewalks,” he tweeted Sunday.

“Perhaps (the city) should yield to what people really do and want,” he tweeted. 701 more words

Local News

Here's what bicycling in San Diego should be like

During our recent visit to Canada we saw a considerable number of bicycle commuters in downtown Montreal and Vancouver, far more than we ever do in downtown San Diego and vicinity. 91 more words

Water

Reader Letter: Bike lanes needed on east side

As anyone who lives on or drives on Riverside Drive East knows, the traffic flows 24-7. While I applaud all the bicycle lanes being funded and built on the west side of Windsor, there is a glaring omission on the east side. 160 more words

Letters