Volunteers collect data re number of cyclists in TO's downtown core

TorontoStar.com: You might have seen them out on the sidewalk Tuesday morning, on the edges of downtown along Spadina, Jarvis, Queens Quay and Bloor, with clipboards and video cameras, counting. A platoon of volunteers, doing the work they think the city should be doing.

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Urban planner Gil Meslin crowdsourced a group of volunteers to count the number of cyclists coming into Toronto's downtown core on Oct. 3, 2017. The city has not updated its numbers in several years. The count will continue for two more days.  (NICK LACHANCE FOR METRO TORONTO)  

Urban planner Gil Meslin crowdsourced a group of volunteers to count the number of cyclists coming into Toronto's downtown core on Oct. 3, 2017. The city has not updated its numbers in several years. The count will continue for two more days.  (NICK LACHANCE FOR METRO TORONTO)