04 Feb Separated bike lanes on University Ave.?
I have posted previously about how I think that University Ave, between the University of Windsor, and downtown would suit separated bike lanes. I posted about how Windsor could become a leader in this type of infrastructure in Ontario, if not Canada.
Well, it seems that Toronto might beat us to the punch. instead.
“the ‘New York style’ involves using paint and plastic flexible bollards to separate the bike lanes from traffic and parking, while keeping the parking there. “The street can pretty much function the way it is now, but you’ve got a much safer, more comfortable space for cyclists to occupy,” said Mr. Egan.” (manager of pedestrian and cycling infrastructure for Toronto)
Source: The National Post (blog)