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
Ring & Post November: Winter is Coming
Riding a bike is a year-round activity and this winter it could be easier than ever to ride your bike in Toronto.
Brimley Bike Lanes to be Ripped Out
Councillor Crawford and Deputy Mayor Thompson joined City staff in announcing they would be tearing out the protected bike lanes on Brimley Road in Scarborough ASAP.
#GivingTuesday Fundraising: Move365 is more than just bikes
Move365 is an education and encouragement campaign that will co-power community leaders with the knowledge, expertise, and tools to create possibilities and change transportation infrastructure in their communities
REimagining Yonge in North York
The REimagining Yonge Street Environmental Assessment is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for residents of North York Centre and surrounding neighbourhoods to shape their future.
Snow Big Deal: Could snow clearing improve this winter?
We need to respond rapidly and adapt quickly to make our city safe and accessible this winter due to the pandemic.
Ring & Post October: Keep Active, Toronto
ActiveTO brought us Quiet Streets, Major Road Openings, and temporary bike lanes. Now, we need your help to keep ActiveTO and help expand it in the future.
Bike Month Bingo: Completing every square
One of our Bike Month Bingo participants was so enthusiastic about the contest that they completed every single bingo square. Here is what Emma had to say about their experience:
Council Votes: Midtown Yonge bike lanes in 2021?
We may see a Destination Danforth-style temporary bike lane on Yonge St — but we need your help to make sure it happens
Cycling Recommended for Recovery and Rebuild from Pandemic
Reflecting on a summer of advocacy and looking forward to how we can build a just and equitable city for all