Thanks to some work by the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation, Chicago now has an answer to a few big problems we all face on busy roads. Torontonians are no strangers to dooring, cars parked in bike lanes and other traffic offenses that endanger cyclists.
Thanks to our supporters at the St. Clair West Bicycle User Group
for alerting us to this meeting coming up - especially relevant to
those who live around St. Clair between Vaughan Road and Westmount
Avenue (Phase 3 of the project).
One of TCAT's supporters, BikingToronto
has setup a web resource to help commuters if the TTC goes on strike
sometime in the coming weeks. The web site encourages commuters to
consider cycling instead of driving should their regular transit option
not be available.
To continue with its consultation process, the City is hosting three
open houses over the next couple of weeks to present its work to date
and to hear more on how members of the public think that Toronto can be
made more walkable.
Following on last week's special notice TCAT News e-Bulletin, TCAT is happy to announce an exciting project we've been working on over the past few months. With some help from our dedicated volunteers, the TCAT Steering Committee, and our sponsors, we have been able to plan an exciting one-day bicycle policy forum. The date is fast approaching, so check the Summit web page for updates on speakers and venue, and for registration details. We hope you'll be able to join us on April 25th!