Campaigns for connecting Toronto with protected bike lanes
It’s time to bring cycling infrastructure to Scarborough that works for people of all ages and abilities. This means protected bike lanes on major roads that connect to homes, businesses, schools, and other bike lanes.
Connect Thorncliffe Park & Flemingdon Park
Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park need to be connected with protected bike lanes, not just to each other, but to the rest of the city.
Bloor has led the way for bike lanes on major roads from Broadview to Runnymede. Bridging the gap from Runnymede with protected bike lanes west to existing bike lanes around Six Points in Etobicoke is the next step to make.
It’s time to get Scarborough connected with protected bike lanes. With support from local businesses, residents, and community groups, Scarborough can have streets where cycling is easy.
Eglinton for Everyone
Completing protected bike lanes now — by the time the LRT opens in 2022 — will allow for recovery to begin sooner and proceed faster while promoting healthy living.
Kingston Road is a natural connection between East York, Scarborough, and the communities nearby. It's time to connect the businesses, schools, and jobs with protected bike lanes.
Protected bike lanes on Sheppard Avenue would transform connectivity north of the 401. It would be the beginning of a network of protected, connected bike lanes on major roads in North York.
Let’s connect Steeles Avenue to Lake Ontario, not with just a road, but with a place that helps the communities it runs through thrive. Let's connect it with protected bike lanes.
Let’s make sure all Major Road Openings continue, are expanded, and the ActiveTO bike lanes aren’t ripped out faster than they were installed: sign this petition in support of keeping, expanding, and improving ActiveTO.