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Bambrick on Bikes: Velo City Global

Toronto's not the only city in the world struggling to accommodate the needs of cyclists - as well as drivers and pedestrians - on roads that are busier than ever. But some cities seem to have travelled further down that path than orthers. Our cycling columnist Yvonne Bambrick, phones in from Velo-City Global,the world's largest international cycling planning conference. Listen audio (runs 5:37)

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