The shoulders of our city, where COVID-19 is hitting the hardest, remain places that only transit and driving, if you can afford it, are viable, as they have received no pandemic response cycling infrastructure.
Today is one for the history books! Toronto City Council just passed the largest package of cycling infrastructure in our city’s history; 40 km of bike lanes to be installed in a little over a month.
This is an important first step to building an equitable cycling network across our city. We’re excited to see cycling infrastructure accelerated as our pandemic response and look forward to seeing our network grow to fill the gaps
Quiet streets and major street closures have been announce, but no bike lanes yet
Tim & TTLMakerspace provide solutions for healthcare workers with the help of bikes
ActiveTO to rebalance Toronto’s streets and create more space for people biking
COVID-19 has changed the way we use our public space. This street is a blank slate where we can imagine and plan for a better future.
Last week, City Council met for the first time since the pandemic began. Let them know where you'd like to see your city improved.
Cycling and Vision Zero projects move forward during Council’s first emergency meeting.
Cycle Toronto opposed Enbridge Gas' proposal to use Queens Quay and jeopardise MGT to replace a natural gas line