News

The Toronto Star: Which way works for city streets?

Posted on May 10, 2009

In a recent article by The Toronto Star, TCAT’s Nancy Smith Lea shared her view on the one-way/two-way street debate. The issue revives a debate about what urban thoroughfares are for. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Star: Is two-way traffic the best way?

Posted on May 5, 2009

“One-way streets tend to be more dangerous for both cyclists and pedestrians. Traffic moves much faster.”   In a recent Toronto Star article, TCAT’s Nancy Smith Lea talked about the importance of two-way streets for both cyclists and pedestrians. Read the full article here.

NOW magazine: Whose lane is it anyways?

Posted on July 16, 2008

“This is a bigger piece of metal that can do more damage”   TCAT’s Fred Sztabinski was featured in a NOW article on e-bikes. Read the full article here.

Toronto Community News: South Kingsway-Queensway ramps to remain

Posted on July 8, 2008

TCAT’s Fred Sztabinski was featured in a recent article on minor modifications of The Queensway and South Kingsway interchange. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Star: Cycling’s Union Movement

Posted on May 18, 2008

The Toronto Star interviewed TCAT’s Fred Sztabinski in an article about the newly formed Toronto Cyclists Union. Read the full article here.

24 Hours: City spinning wheels on bike lane network

Posted on April 27, 2008

“We have a disconnected patchwork of bike lanes across the city and what we need is a network” TCAT’s Fred Sztabinski was featured in an article in 24 Hours. The article focuses on Toronto’s current bike network. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Sun: T.O. bike plan lagging behind

Posted on April 26, 2008

The Toronto Sun has featured one of TCAT’s recent reports in their latest article on bike infrastructure. Read the full article here.

blogTO: Toronto not so bike friendly

Posted on April 25, 2008

TCAT’s new study on Toronto deficiencies in bike-friendliness was featured in a blogTO article. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Star: Toronto lags behind pack as a bike city

Posted on April 25, 2008

“It’s slow because it hasn’t been a priority at city council” TCAT’s Fred Sztabinski was featured in a recent Toronto Star article on Toronto’s poor standing as a bicycle city. Read the full article here.

Spacing: Kensington Pedestrian Sundays help clear the air

Posted on November 25, 2007

TCAT’s Jennifer Niece was featured in a recent Spacing article on roads dedicated to pedestrians, cyclists and other forms of active transportation. Read the full article here.