Safe and Active Streets for All: Campaign Coalition Press Conference

Today, we stood alongside, and aligned with our coalition partners as we held a press conference outside of City Hall to release the results of our survey.

By Maggie Crawford on Oct 17, 2022


People in High Park

Cycle Toronto Meets with Mayor John Tory to Diffuse Tensions in High Park

Press release on Cycle Toronto's meeting with Mayor Tory over High Park ticketing of cyclists.

By Maggie Crawford on Aug 10, 2022

  Vision Zero, TOPoli

People in High Park

Cycle Toronto Calls on Mayor Tory To Meet With Cycling Community

Toronto cyclists and road safety advocates have grown increasingly alarmed by the recent and escalating tensions between cyclists and police in High Park.

By Maggie Crawford on Aug 05, 2022


Cycle Toronto Advocacy Forum 2020

Review: July 7th Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting

Cycle Toronto's recap of the July 7th Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting.

By Maggie Crawford on Jul 08, 2022

  TOPoli, ONPoli, IEC, cycling advocacy, advocacy

Bike Riders On Lake Shore

City Council Update: ActiveTO and Lake Shore West of the future will not be the same

While ActiveTO was created as a pandemic response, we know that something magical happened that will last far beyond the pandemic.

By Maggie Crawford on Jun 16, 2022

  ActiveTO, Lakeshore W

Dozens of people with bikes pose for a group photo in Nathan Phillips Square

Senior Partnerships & Engagement Manager - Job Posting

application period extended to June 26

By on Jun 01, 2022

  job posting

People ride bikes on a trail surrounded by greenery

Bike Month Contest 2022

By Maggie Crawford on May 31, 2022


Sign reads "space for people" beside people riding bikes

We need to talk about Lake Shore West

The roadway on Lakeshore West is fundamentally dangerous by design.

By on May 20, 2022

  Keep ActiveTO, ActiveTO

Open Letter to Toronto Police Service RE: Remarks in Toronto Sun

We wrote a letter to Traffic Services in response to problematic comments and uninformed solutions made by a TPS officer in a recent Toronto Sun article. Dangerous roads cause harm, but so does spreading a false narrative about what would make them safer.

By on May 11, 2022

  Police, Toronto Police Service