Bikes Mean Business!
Pictured above: Bells on Danforth Ride, 2015
Bike lanes are good for business, period. But have you ever wondered why?
Come out to this bike-friendly pub night, where local business owners, residents, councillors, and planners come together to discuss the economic impacts of bike lanes on the Danforth. Organized by Cycle Toronto's Danforth Loves Bikes Campaign, this will be an evening full of good discussion, good food and drink, and good times! We can't wait to see you there. Join the discussion on our facebook event page and let us know you're coming!
MC: Yvonne Bambrick, Executive Director, Forest Hill Village BIA, and Author of The Urban Cycling Survival Guide.
Paula Fletcher, City Councillor - Ward 30: Toronto-Danforth
Mary-Margaret McMahon, City Councillor - Ward 32: Beaches-East York
Matthew Lynch, Vice President – Global Partnerships & Initiatives at the World Council on City Data housed at the University of Toronto’s Global Cities Institute
Nancy Smith Lea, Director, Toronto Centre for Active Transportation
Jacquelyn Hayward Gulati, Manager, Cycling Infrastructure & Programs, City of Toronto
John Maxwell (our host!), Owner of Allen's and Dora Keogh's
Billy Dertilis, Owner of Red Rocket Coffee and Chair of the Danforth Mosaic BIA.
Jared Kolb, Executive Director, Cycle Toronto