On November 17, 2015 the Annex Gleaner published an article about TCAT’s new Bloor Street bike lane impact research study.
“Research shows that over 70 per cent of Torontonians would cycle more often if infrastructure were improved,” said Andre Vallillee, the director of the Environment Program for the Metcalf Foundation. “We think [this is] a great opportunity for Metcalf to partner with two local BIAs to support timely research by a well-respected organization. As an Annex-based organization, we value the vibrancy of this neighbourhood, and are drawn to the fact that the study will explore the local economic impacts of bike lanes along a corridor we frequent often by bike and by foot.”
Read the full article here.