Toronto launched a new campaign this November to keep drivers and cyclists focused on the roads.
A mayoral candidate’s safer streets proposal isn’t fresh, it could work. All it needs is the city and councils support.
Dozens of demonstrators held a die-in in front of city hall Monday evening, hoping it would send the mayor and city council members a message.
A month after the Woodbine Avenue bike lanes were opened in East York, locals still seem divided on whether to keep or get rid of them, with duelling petitions fighting it out online.
Keeping Ontario’s Road Safe Act is currently going through the provincial parliament and if it passes, it will have a big effect on cyclists and drivers in terms of fines, infrastructure and rules. Toronto Observer’s Xuyun…