There is a lot of work ahead in 2022, but Cycle Toronto’s team of staff, volunteers, and local partners are ready to meet this moment. Through our advocacy, we make the change we want to see in our city. We don’t build bike lanes; we get them built.
Five essential cycling tips everyone should know
he City is proposing adding a raised, protected bikeway separated from car lanes with a concrete curb and more
The City is proposing big improvements for Sheppard Avenue and the preliminary designs show potential for Sheppard to become one of the best bikeways in Toronto with wide, fully-separated bike lanes and many protected intersections.
Now, with your support, the City's project team is proposing a raised bikeway separated from car traffic by a concrete curb and extending the Port Union bike lanes north over the 401!
Keeping ActiveTO bikeways and committing to install about 100 km of meaningful bikeway projects across the city in three years is a strong step forward
It’s time for O’Connor Drive to be redesigned as a complete street — safer and healthier for everyone. Following an 81 year-old’s life being taken on O’Connor near Pape Avenue, local Councillors Fletcher and Bradford are working with local residents...
Upgrades are being proposed to one of Toronto’s oldest and busiest bikeways — College Street between Manning Avenue and Bay Street.
All the cycling updates and highlights from the last month
City Council’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee (IEC) will debate several items that could help improve healthy and affordable movement in Toronto. The following items on the agenda are in particular need of support.