Geography: Cycling in Toronto


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Geography: Cycling in Toronto
The following paper looks at the geography of cycling in the city of Toronto. The paper investigates what has been happening in this area and pays especial attention to the dangers posed. As it stands, bicycles are a means of urban transportation – but they also compete for road space with other road users. Cyclists clearly face dangers because of this and they also pose problems, too. Happily, cyclists do have the capacity to resolve at least some of these issues. The following paper will look at what the city of Toronto can do to ensure that bicyclists can go about their business without fear of endangering themselves or endangering others; along the way, the paper will explore what is being done in the city...
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