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Expanding ActiveTO Major Road Openings

We're calling on the City to reintroduce ActiveTO Major Road Openings and expand them equitably. Where are we proposing and how can you help.

By Ry Shissler on Mar 03, 2021

  ActiveTO, Major Road Openings, active transportation, action alert

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ActiveTO, Bike Lanes, and Low-Stress Cycling

If you’ve had a chance to ride your bike in any of the new bike lanes installed last summer through ActiveTO, it’s easy to see just how much more comfortable these streets are to ride your bike on. Now, a new research paper backs this up.

By Ry Shissler on Feb 25, 2021

  Facts and Figures, ActiveTO, Keep ActiveTO, bike lanes, COVID-19, Research

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Cycling Educators Wanted

Cycle Toronto and CultureLink are looking for Cycling Educators to deliver programs online and across Toronto.

By Ry Shissler on Feb 25, 2021

  jobs, Work, cycling educators, CultureLink, StreetSmartsTO

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Board of Directors - Call for Nominees - 2021

Nominations for Cycle Toronto’s Board of Director candidates are now open! Nominations close Monday, March 1, 2021 at midnight.

By Ry Shissler on Feb 05, 2021

  Board of Directors, membership, AGM, Annual General Meeting

A realistic rendering of Yonge street shows a vibrant patio scene. People ride bikes in a protected bike lane amidst lush trees.

Supporting YongeTOmorrow

The YongeTOmorrow project will be voted on by Toronto City Council later today and we expect it to pass. At time of posting, 15 Councillors have pledged their support for a redesign of Yonge Street downtown that puts people before cars.

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Breaking Barriers to Biking with Christopher McGarrell & ManDemCC presented by MEC

Parry Sound. That’s where Christopher McGarrell had to go to purchase his new bike this summer. It was more than a two hour drive to pick up something that helps him have fun, get some exercise, keep his spirits up, and move around the city.

By Ry Shissler on Jan 28, 2021

  Bike Month, Advocacy Forum, ManDemCC, encouragement, Community

A cross section of Yonge Street with bike lanes, wide sidewalks, subway lines and four lanes of car traffic.

REimagining Yonge Passed at City Council

City Council, including the Mayor, voted 18-5 in favour of moving forward with the REimagining Yonge project. This will see Yonge Street in North York transformed when it is rebuilt as a “complete street.”

Cycle Toronto Move 365 is more than just bikes. A teal and black colour scheme prevades. The "V" in "Move" is stylized to look like a map pin. A map is in the background.

Move365: Your gift will unlock our potential

As we saw with bike lanes being ripped out in Scarborough while bike lanes connecting Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park still have not been built, there is more work to be done. That is why we are launching Move365.

Cycle Toronto Move 365 is more than just bikes. A teal and black colour scheme prevades. The "V" in "Move" is stylized to look like a map pin. A map is in the background.

Move365: Supporting people with more than bike lanes

Our commitment to Move365 is about more than bike lanes. It’s about building relationships and supporting people. With bike lanes being removed from Brimley Road in Scarborough this past week, I’m reminded of bike lane removals on Pharmacy & Birchmount

By Ry Shissler on Dec 08, 2020

  Move365, Equity, Community, Community Engagement, Scarborough, Brimley

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