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posted by Joe on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 Share/Save/Bookmark

Here's some good recent things I've come across:

Green team gets a new champion

A nice article all about City Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker, one time environmental activist turned lord and master of the public works and infrastructure committee. It not only mentions that he wants to divert enough waste from garbage to recycling or re-use, but that he's a hardcore cyclist, biking downtown even in the dead of winter from the outer reaches of Scarborough.

Bike lane decision-making authority may move downtown

Thankfully, Council is moving city-wide things like bike-lane decisions to City Hall - so that they can decide when and where bikelanes are put in for the good of the city as a whole - much to the chagrin of the narrow-minded, anti-cycling and gas-company-stock owning people.

A New year and a new council, the Bike Plan could take off in 2007

A great Happy New Year post by the king of all things cycling in Toronto - Martin Koob of

Bikely Redux

A nice update by Shawn Micallef of Spacing about the bikeroute website Bikely. You can find a ton of routes in Toronto and the GTA here.


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