Toronto Canada Considering Lane Splitting

A motorcyclist splits the one and two lanes of the east bound 101 freeway near White Oak Ave. (Photo by Dean Musgrove/Los Angeles Daily News)

Add Toronto to the list of cities considering allowing lane splitting/lane filtering for motorcycle riders.


Lane filtering allows motorcycle riders to get in-between the lanes/cars while at a red light. Lane splitting is riding in-between the cars that are driving slow due to traffic. Currently, neither one is legal in Toronto.

The Canadian Motorcycle Association is on board and believes it will help alleviate traffic flow while at the same time keeping motorcycle riders safe.

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