The way we advocate has changed a lot during COVID-19. Cycle Toronto continues to advocate for our major campaigns, including bike lanes on Bloor, Danforth, Yonge, and Eglinton. In addition to continuing to advocate for infrastructure on these streets, we are also calling for a rebalancing of space on our streets for temporary active transportation routes.
ActiveTO is proposed to rebalance Toronto’s streets and create more space for people biking. Read about what we'd like to see from this plan.
Toronto deserves a bold vision for a recovery that is green and just. Read our letter to the Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild.
On Thursday, May 14, the City of Toronto announced their first batch of ActiveTO projects. We're tracking what's proposed.
Bike shops are essential services. Many, but not all, are open during the COVID-19 pandemic - find out which ones using this webpage and map.
As public health guidelines have evolved to include only shopping for groceries once per week this has become difficult for many. Grocery shopping by bike can allow you to get all the supplies you need for a week and beyond.
From leafy trails to rustic bridges, there are many examples of cycling infrastructure all across the city. Here are some of our favourites.
Carmen Jones is an oncology nurse who is cycling to work at a hospital during the pandemic. Carmen started commuting by bike to work a few years ago and now, she's doing it to practice physical distancing.
Rosa picked up cycling as part of rehab for a knee injury, fell in love with riding, and has only increased her number of trips since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tim Willison and TTLMakerspace provide solutions for healthcare workers with the help of bikes. Tim and the staff of TTLMakerspace organize contactless drop offs of raw materials and pick up the finished PPE by bike!