The harrowing stretch of Bloor from Sherbourne Street the Prince Edward Viaduct has been upgraded as part of ActiveTO!
With a climate emergency and health crisis — nearly all youth aren’t active enough and over half lead sedentary lifestyles — running in the background of a pandemic, cycling matters.
Last Wednesday, Miguel Joshua Escanan’s young life was taken while riding his bike on Avenue Road, metres beyond the end of ActiveTO bike lanes (and where a speedway begins).
Over the long weekend, Councillor Ford suggested cancelling ActiveTO — eliminating space for people.
We're expanding our educational offerings in languages other than English including a new series of videos in Cantonese.
Nita is a mother of two and had not started cycling until recently — like many, commuting in overcrowded buses during the pandemic led her to start biking to work.
These communities are not connected to the rest of Toronto with good infrastructure, nor are they connected to each other. Students, parents, teachers and other community leaders have been advocating for safer roads and protected bike lanes.
The current redesign of O’Connor Drive is an example of how City Council’s own policies were not taken into account.
Bike lane upgrades between Spadina and Avenue and the protected intersection have been delayed until a spring 2022 start
Our previous Yonge Loves Bikes campaign has now be rebranded to Move365 Connect Yonge - connect neighbourhoods from Steeles Ave to the Lake.