Mayoral Candidate Focuses on Cycling

Toronto, ON, Canada / Talk Radio AM640

Noting that Toronto is falling behind when it comes to the expansion of a cycling network, mayoral candidate David Soknacki has laid out a plan to pedal the city into the future.

The former councillor says despite better efforts to increase the use of bikes, a dozen years from now the car will still be the main option for the majority of residents.

Soknacki released the final part of his platform today, focusing on two wheelers, that includes a number of fully funded and costed commitments.

The plan would would see double the number of lanes planned by 2018, use pilot projects to reduce delays caused by Environmental Assessments (EAs), add $3 million per year to reduce cycling collisions at target intersections and offer up better parking for cyclists.

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