Australia’s Turn Next?

Australia and Canada have a lot in common. They’re both former British colonies, who to this day enjoy friendly sporting rivalry every four years at the Commonwealth Games.

What a Difference a Decade Makes!

Yonge St Redevelopment

Toronto is the largest city in Canada with a greater urban area population of over five million. Rob Ford was Mayor of Toronto from December 2010 to 2014. During this time he was one of the most vehement and outspoken opponents of cycling in any major city in the western world.

Ford spoke out against cyclists sharing roads with motorists, which he said were, “…built for buses, cars, and trucks, not for people on bikes.” As councillor, Ford opposed the installation of bike lanes on University Avenue and Jarvis Street.

New Report Details Bike and Scooter Share’s Rapid Growth

These bikes in San Francisco’s Bay Area were five of the 194,000 active share bikes and scooters across North America in 2019.

Most people with an interest in the topic would instinctively know that bike share and scooter share are growing. But a new report gives us some more concrete evidence. The North American Bike Share Association (NABSA) recently released their first annual Shared Micromobility State of the Industry Report. NABSA is uniquely placed to gather and…