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Bike Share Toronto Shifts Into a Higher Gear

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Cyclists are now able to tour more of Toronto

The Bike Share Toronto network, which launched in 2011, recently expanded outside the downtown core with 120 new stations. Using a mobile app, riders can now check out and return bikes at stations as far west as Dundas West, as far east as Main Street and as far north as St. Clair. Funded in part by Metrolinx, the expansion introduces rental racks near many transit stops encouraging commuters to get active.

Originally published in Issue 4, 2016 as Urban Update: Tour de Toronto.

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