As we inch closer to a post-pandemic reality, what will cycling look like in urban centres and smaller cities across the country? This year, Toronto will build 40 kilometres of on-street bike lanes. It's the biggest expansion of the bike network in the city's history. Is this just the beginning? Could this be the golden age of cycling? Yvonne Bambrick, author of The Urban Cycling Survival Guide; Siva Vijenthira project manager at 8 80 Cities; and the University of Toronto's Beth Savan discuss this important element of urban transportation.
Urban Design is Not Neutral; Golden Age For Cycling?
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