A Current Toronto Planning Issue: The Toronto Bike Plan


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A Current Toronto Planning Issue: The Toronto Bike Plan
The Toronto bike plan is a significant area of discussion in the city and this essay will look at the main features of the plan, at who is doing the planning, at who the major actors are, at what politics are involved, at how the project is explained, at what the major planning goals and issues may be, how the goals and issues are defined, what the topic is important, what opinions are out there, what progress has been made, and what can be learned from the situation. As far as can be determined, the Toronto bike plan is wracked by the grim reality that politics on the ground, rather than environmental concerns, are really driving the process at this time.
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