humber river advocate
That's kind of a cool idea, that an urban cycling network doesn't necessarily have to be designed around the concept of getting people to work to downtown or other business cores, but instead can be very useful just to help people circulate around their own neighbourhood.But on the non political front......
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Unused sidewalks in the suburbs are no exception. They are the rule. Toronto doesn't need a handout to get going on this one.There will be exceptions, for example in Brampton, where there are sidewalks alongside highways that are currently little used. These are being repurposed as active transportation corridors.
I can't believe I haven't heard a whisper about this. Could it really be true. Never thought I'd see it happen.This summer the city will begin piloting uni-directional bike lanes on Richmond and Adelaide Sts., a project conceived in 2011,
And here I thought I was skeptical.it is election time.. liberals are just talking the talk right now and committing money that they don't have and will have to stick their sweaty hand (again) in our pockets to get it (revenue tools)...
i want to see them walking the walk... based on past experiences - i will hold my breath...
Funding and such sounds nice till as Uncle Oggie pointed out....politicians note which direction will get them re-elected.you would be surprised what funding is already in the pipeline. support your councilors and committee members who support such initiatives. the worst thing to do is nothing.