Montreal, Canada hosted the annual Winter Cycling Congress for 2017. #WCC17 was full of insights to encourage winter cycling this year. These are our top 5.
Taking back the streets: Most businesses on urban streets make their money from pedestrians and cyclists : TreeHugger06 Jan 2017, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Cycling Benefits - Economics, Ontario Cycling
On June 8th, 2016 — during Bike Month — the province of Ontario announced it’s much-anticipated Climate Change Action Plan. In April 2016, cycling advocates were asked to asked to call on the Province to invest in cycling infrastructure, and Ontario delivered. The plan includes several “actions that support cycling”, as well as other strategies that “will put Ontario on track to reduce transportation-related emissions while also helping to reduce the fuel costs of moving people”.