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PEO Erin Urquhart Dec 12
Some more of Davenport Bad parking behaviour in the bike lanes. $150 x 3 served ! Signs are clearly visible with a thick solid line painted on the ground. Some of these cars payed for parking at the meter. It is not valid in a mo stopping bike lane 🚲
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Bruce Dec 12
First 2 minutes of my winter ride: “Oh, it’s cold. Maybe I’m too old for this.” Last 2 minutes: “What a gorgeous day! This is fantastic! I feel 12 again!”
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Ben Leow 8h
After walking past the lovely new raised curb separated bike lanes on one side of Bloor. I come across this on spadina. Pretty much sums up the state of The city wants to love this mode of transport. But have yet to go all in.
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BikingToronto Dec 12
Car-Hating Chinese Kid Speaks for the Entire World
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PEO Erin Urquhart Dec 11
It’s Wednesday! 🐫 I’ve had a busy day riding especially on Davenport rd in the lane. As I was taking photos of this car which I tagged twice; 1st for bike lane 2nd for expired sticker... the driver watched me from inside. Watched me serve $190 worth of parking fines !
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Bells On Bloor Dec 5
RING YOUR BELLS for Matt Galloway, CBC morning show host. He's been a great friend of cyclists, while telling the city's transport story from the perspective of his bicycle seat (on his way to work at 4am). He's leaving the morning show.
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Janet Joy Wilson Dec 8
on Bloor illustrates space for solid protection Streets are clear whereas bike lanes & sidewalks an after thought 💭
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Glendon Mellow 8h
Cycling. Stop at red light. Driver who close-passed me earlier creeps up alongside me, about 10cm away. I gesture & say “you have to give me one metre”. Driver points at curb, over in the turning lane. I’m going forward. Shake my head & move my bike in front of her car.
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Andrew Lewis Dec 11
Sure my twitter thing is poor infrastructure and like the idiot in the Porsche Suburban Assault Vehicle who swerved into the unprotected Bloor lane & almost hit me 1 min earlier, but it’s worth it for rides like this.
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Leland Nightingale Dec 10
I always wondered what the contraflow on Waterloo Ave would look like before/after school and happened to be walking by today when schools let out. About what I expected. Over half these cars are idling their engines too.
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Ashley 11h
is it just me, or are bike-lane-parkers worse on Bloor now, post-permanent installation?
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™●POLITICAL ACTIVIST' Dec 11
Replying to @tracer_ca
Data is data & facts is facts. Nobody uses the Woodbine bike lanes. That's a fact Paulie.
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🇨🇦 I’m super proud of PM Justin Trudeau! 🇨🇦 Dec 12
Fuck , and for not giving a shit about pedestrian and cyclist safety. How fucking hard is to not permit their platform from accepting drop offs and pickups on streets with a bike lane and one lane for vehicles? Now pass the soap?
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Glendon Mellow 15h
Needed this today. Good December riding weather.
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Andrew Lewis Dec 10
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Jean-François Pagé Dec 12
Replying to @Jean_F_P
Thankfully I’m just an occasional user, only have to deal with this in winter months. Can’t imagine the stress year-round users go through. is the answer.
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⬆️taxes = more nice things Dec 11
Airpods, amirite? Yet another exciting day in the
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Mike Bell Dec 6
I honestly thought my commute was gonna get easier now that I can use the bloor bike lanes, but my god, it is the wild west out there. Zero enforcement, cars using them as luxury parking spots and drop off zones. I foresee a lot of arguments in my near future.
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Toronto Mike Dec 5
Note to self: start wearing green
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“begging for twigs” Dec 12
Replying to @mattgallowaycbc
Protected Connected Bicycle lanes with safe intersections across GTA would be a game changer for people to choose to work, school, theatre, shop & etc Video Sept2019 🚲💕
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