Bicycling in New York is chaos; it’s beyond anything I’ve experienced in Toronto, which by comparison seems like a Canadian politeness contest.
“The goal of this course is to be confused, but on a higher level. We expect you to go home … More
A closer look at who really pays for road and transportation infrastructure in Toronto.
The project will deliver a wealth of benefits to Hamilton, but if we take a lukewarm approach to implementing it, the outcomes of this billion-dollar investment will be less than ideal.
Using traditional planning and engineering standards to build a community for the future will almost certainly lead to traditional outcomes.
Drivers pay thousands of dollars each year to use the roads, while cyclists don’t appear to pay anything at all. But when you look at the big picture, who’s really paying their fair share?