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Electric Bicycles Pose Dilemma For Toronto

City is asking, via online survey, what their views are on electric-assist bicycles and mopeds.

Published: 14-Apr-2013

Shunned by cyclists and too slow to keep up with motorists, electric bike riders have long struggled to carve out a place on Toronto’s streets.

And the battle is about to get even more fierce.

As the city reviews its bylaws governing the operation of e-bikes, the transportation service department is requesting public input on where these vehicles fit in Toronto’s transportation mix.

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