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Things Are Good: Change The City, Not Your Fashion

Toronto runs ad campaigns that blame victims for being hit by car drivers, the campaign is so bizarre because it says it comes to pedestrian fashion choice. You’d think the city would learn that blaming victims because of what they wear is a bad idea (see Slut Walk for a previous example of this). To […]

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THE FIFTH COLUMN: What Are Cyclists Lives Worth

While I cannot answer that question I can tell you what our society and its governments have decided cyclists lives are not worth. Cyclists lives are not worth the cost of installing truck side guards on all large trucks. Cyclists lives are not worth… . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: What Are Cyclists Lives Worth

THE FIFTH COLUMN: What Are Cyclists Lives Worth

While I cannot answer that question I can tell you what our society and its governments have decided cyclists lives are not worth.

Cyclists lives are not worth the cost of installing truck side guards on all large trucks.

Cyclists lives are not worth the cost of developing and installing better mirror or camera monitoring . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: What Are Cyclists Lives Worth

Things Are Good: Why Drivers Don’t Understand Cyclists

As an average cyclist I often find it confusing when drivers get their hate on for sustainable transit. Anyone who knows anything about the environment or living in an urban centre would acknowledge that bicycle infrastructure is important and creates a more vibrant city than car-dominated streets.

Yet, car drivers still demand more . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Why Drivers Don’t Understand Cyclists