Traffic Congestion Costs More than Toll Roads

In Ontario, there is finally an open debate among decision-makers about the policies that are needed to reduce traffic congestion in, and fund public transit

Six Reasons to Support an Ambitious Cycling Strategy

On November 30, 2012, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation released a Draft Cycling Strategy that is intended to replace the Ministry’s 1992 Bicycle Policy. The proposal has

Where do E-Bikes Belong?

Over the last several months, I have seen scooter style e-bikes everywhere in down town Toronto; parked on side walks and travelling on roads, bike lanes,

Why don’t we walk and cycle more?

I rode my bike everywhere when I was growing up.  As a teen I loved the independence it gave me.  I never thought or cared

Public Health and Land Use Planning: Two Reports Revisited

CHASE is re-posting two reports on Public Health and Land Use Planning, which were released in April 2011. They were produced by CHASE’s Executive Director for the Clean Air

Ontario’s Coroner on Cycling Deaths

In June 2012, the Chief Coroner of Ontario released the report, Cycling Death Review, which examined 129 accidental cycling deaths which occurred in Ontario between

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