Study finds streetcar tracks to be a major culprit in Toronto cycling injuries

This week, the troubled cycling reputation of the city’s tracks has more to stand on than the bruised, battered accounts of riders who have taken hits

Helmet laws do not reduce rates of serious injury for cyclists, University of British Columbia study argues

It’s presumed that helmet laws mean lower rates of injury requiring hospitalization among Canadian cyclists. According to a study published recently by the University of British Columbia, though, that’s simply not the case.

All policy