Is your city councillor bike-friendly?


BikingToronto has put together a chart illustrating the bike-friendliness of city councillors throughout Toronto.

Using data from the TCATs election survey, BikingToronto gave each councillor +1 point when he or she made a bike-friendly vote, and -1 point when he or she made a bike-unfriendly vote, or didn't vote at all.

DeBaeremaeker (Ward 38), Heaps (Ward 35) and Perks (Ward 14) ranked at the top, while Ford (Ward 2) and Holyday (Ward 3) came in last.

For more info and to check out how your councillor ranked, check out the BikingToronto website.


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