Thanks to the Toronto Star for getting a jump on the Ontario cycling strategy, that is to be released today (and is discussed in this Record website story).
Not to sound ungrateful, the synopsis doesn't sound a lot different from the material that was being circulated last November when I posted on it.
Our government leaders keep recycling the basic ideas -- shared roads, respect for cyclists, enhanced education programs -- without committing any actual bucks to back up the talk.
It would be flip to say "Change takes change", but the change we'd be talking about is more than pocket change. Infrastructure changes cost millions, and it isn't clear where that can be found in a minority government facing a deficit.
At least there's a hashtag: #CycleON. Could have been #TalkON.