Our roads suffer a lot of traffic deaths, and Toronto is no exception. In 2015, 64 people were killed on … More
A closer look at who really pays for road and transportation infrastructure in Toronto.
Using traditional planning and engineering standards to build a community for the future will almost certainly lead to traditional outcomes.
It happens so discretely you might not even notice at first. A black sedan turns off York Street onto Station … More
Drivers pay thousands of dollars each year to use the roads, while cyclists don’t appear to pay anything at all. But when you look at the big picture, who’s really paying their fair share?
While Hamilton builds bike lanes, other Canadian cities are building bike networks.