Jun 06, 2017
By Dave Woodard
Toronto residents, business owners and some city councillors met last night to discuss the Bloor Street Bike Lane Pilot Project. A recent study shows that a majority of residents agree or strongly agree the lanes should be kept permanently. But there are some concerns on behalf of businesses in the area saying there are issues with a lack of parking in the area, and delivery trucks are finding hard to park anywhere for a short period of time. Albert Koehl, a founding member of cycling advocacy group Bells on Bloor joins Libby to talk about the pros and cons.
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