Leaside Life: Cycling campaigns put Leaside in a sweet spot
"Until recently, those of us living north of Bloor could only look on with envy at the network of safe cycling routes in the city core. Through Move365 Connect, Cycle Toronto aims to bring more protected and connected cycling infrastructure..."
Kingston Road Should Have Protected Bike Lanes: Hear from the community
Hear from community champions on what effect protected bike lanes on Kingston Road will have.
BlogTO: People in Toronto furious that Eglinton LRT construction overlooked one critical thing
"The bike lanes coming to Eglinton will not be protected and instead just marked the old fashioned way — by a bit of paint."
Council is talking about ending bike theft this week
Having your bike stolen can cause you to stop travelling by bike as much or altogether — the costs of replacement and temporary transportation, sense of invasion, lack of recourse, and inability to prevent further thefts is often too much to bear.
Cycle Toronto Job Postings
Join our staff team!
Essential Cycling Tips in Spanish
We're expanding our educational offerings in languages other than English including a new series of videos in Spanish.
Bloor Street East bike lane upgrades: Sherbourne Street to Prince Edward Viaduct
The harrowing stretch of Bloor from Sherbourne Street the Prince Edward Viaduct has been upgraded as part of ActiveTO!
Federal candidates must support cycling
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.
Tragedy on Avenue Road not an Anomaly
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).
Let’s make ActiveTO permanent
Over the long weekend, Councillor Ford suggested cancelling ActiveTO — eliminating space for people.