Vancouver Bike Share Plans Still Rolling After Supplier Bankruptcy

The Globe And Mail | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada British Columbia

If the company selected to roll out Vancouver’s bike-share system can’t come through because of problems with its financially troubled bike suppli...

What Happens To Vancouver's Bike Sharing Now?

CBC | Posted 03.23.2014 | Canada British Columbia

The impending bankruptcy of Montreal-based bike-sharing company Bixi has one Vancouver city councillor questioning the City of Vancouver's plans for a...

Bixi Bankrupt

CP | Posted 03.22.2014 | Canada Business

MONTREAL - Montreal's bike sharing service, Bixi, has gone bust.Bixi has filed for bankruptcy protection, but Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says the se...

Ten Reasons Why the City of Toronto Should Put the Brakes on the Bixi Bailout

Candice Malcolm | Posted 02.05.2014 | Canada Politics
Candice Malcolm

On behalf of taxpayers who would rather see our money go to real transit strategies, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation says "let Bixi fail." We've compiled ten reasons for why the City of Toronto should put the brakes on the Bixi bikes bailout.

Vancouver Bixi Hitting The Brakes?

CBC | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada British Columbia

The City of Vancouver says that its promised bike share program is temporarily on hold following reports of financial trouble for the private company ...

Who Owns The Roads?

CP | Benjamin Shingler, The Canadian Press | Posted 10.11.2013 | Canada Travel

MONTREAL - A high-profile ticketing blitz, a string of deadly accidents, and a dispute over the rules of the road this summer suggests Montreal cyclin...

Vancouver Bixi Bike Share Takes Taxpayers For Ride

Jordan Bateman | Posted 01.07.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Jordan Bateman

Vancouver's Bixi public bike-share program may sound like good public policy but in the end, it will be taxpayers who will get taken for a ride. Why are they paying for bikes when the car shares have proven transportation co-ops and businesses can be sustained without taxpayer dollars?

Montréal, By Bicycle

Sarah Deveau | Posted 09.04.2012 | Canada Travel
Sarah Deveau

I returned to Montréal 20 pounds heavier, determined to ignore the siren's song of squeaky cheese, mustard slathered rye bread and Métro trains. Seeing Montréal in the spring, summer or fall by bus, train or even foot is a travesty. To explore the city like a local, a bicycle is the only way to roll.