recentpopularlog in

jerryking : bicycles   20

The Meadoway: 16 km stretch of urban park will connect downtown to Scarborough | CBC News
Posted: Apr 11, 2018 | CBC News | by Ramna Shahzad.

The park will connect 4 ravines, 15 parks and 34 neighbourhoods.

A 16-kilometre long stretch of land slated to be transformed into a large urban park called The Meadoway is "a bold vision," Mayor John Tory said on Wednesday.

The park, which will stretch north from the Don River Ravine in downtown Toronto all the way to Rouge National Urban Park in Scarborough, will allow pedestrians and cyclists to travel the entire length without ever leaving the park. .......The city is working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the W. Garfield Weston Foundation to transform a barren power corridor into the green space over the next seven years.

The entire project is expected to cost around $85 million. The W. Garfield Weston Foundation has pledged a total of $25 million to support it over the coming months.

"[The park] serves as another example of what can be accomplished when we work together with public, private and philanthropic partners,"
bicycles  cycling  Don_River  habitats  landscapes  linearity  Meadoway  neighbourhoods  outdoors  parks  philanthropy  public_spaces  ravines  Rouge_Park  Scarborough  Toronto  TRCA  urban  wilderness  green_spaces 
july 2019 by jerryking
Robert Moses, Pedal Pusher? | By Thomas J. Campanella - WSJ.com
June 25, 2012 | WSJ | by THOMAS J. CAMPANELLA.

The rollout this summer of New York's first bicycle-share program will be the most visible achievement yet of the city's capable commissioner of transportation, Janette Sadik-Khan. Funded by Citigroup and Mastercard, the Citi Bike System will make available 10,000 bicycles for rent and return at any of 600 stations throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. With Citi Bike, Ms. Sadik-Khan has spun a gossamer new transportation web across much of the city, a healthful and sustainable alternative to getting around by car.
New_York_City  urban  urban_planning  bicycles  rentals  Citigroup  Mastercard  Robert_Moses  transportation  rollouts  sharing_economy  bike_sharing 
august 2012 by jerryking
globeadvisor.com: Behind the wheels
October 6, 2011 | Report on Small Business | Malwina Gudowska.
Dan Britton's plan to avoid working for The Man panned out beautifully for 22 years. But with Chariot Carriers becoming a yuppie phenomenon and attracting global suitors, his freewheeling days may soon be over.
entrepreneur  small_business  bicycles  children  family-owned_businesses 
october 2011 by jerryking
Ravine bike trail network
Apr 9, 2011 | The Globe and Mail. pg. A.16 | Mark Bell.
ProQuest  ravines  Toronto  bicycles 
april 2011 by jerryking
A sporting chance
April 30, 2010| Glove Advisor | John Lorinc
How can Canadian manufacturers survive in a ruthlessly low-cost world?
The sports industry shows that a high-quality niche is not just
defendable-it's exportable

John Lorinc
John_Lorinc  manufacturers  sports  kayaking  bicycles  mountaineering  sportswear  hockey  high-quality 
april 2011 by jerryking
globeadvisor.com: Cracking the challenging European market
September 2, 2010 | Globe & Mail | CATHERINE McLEAN
Special to The Globe and Mail
A wide variety of languages, laws and consumer needs can be obstacles to
working across the pond. A Calgary maker of bicycle carts rides tandem
with a German partner, and gains valuable insights
bicycles  diversification  exporting  market_entry  Europe  consumer_needs 
september 2010 by jerryking
Toronto's worst intersection?
Jun. 14, 2010 | The Globe and Mail | John Lorinc.
Toronto  John_Lorinc  bicycles  traffic_congestion 
june 2010 by jerryking
The brand association base: A conceptual model for strategically leveraging partner brand equity
Nov 2004 | Journal of Brand Management Vol. 12, Iss. 2; pg.
105, 19 pgs | by Henrik Uggla. The co-brand Bianchi-Ducati mountain
bike represents a visible balance between the leader brand (Bianchi) and
the partner brand (Ducati); see Figure 2.
brand_equity  branding  Ducati  motorcycles  bicycles 
december 2009 by jerryking

Copy this bookmark:





to read