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A person rides a bike past people dining streetside

First Batch of 2022 Bikeways and the Yonge street pilot gets extended until 2023!

The past two days have been huge for fans of cycling and active transportation initiatives at City Hall!

Person riding their bike down Yonge Street protected bike lanes

ACTION: Support the midtown Yonge Complete Street pilot!

Opponents are calling on City Council for its removal, but these bike lanes are a crucial step towards building better streets that work for everyone.

By Sonam Vashisth on Mar 25, 2022

  Midtown Yonge, Connect Yonge

A man examines a bike wheel while his student looks on.

Cycling Educators Wanted

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

By Taneisha Lawrence on Mar 05, 2022

  jobs, Work, cycling educators, CultureLink, StreetSmartsTO

Call for Nominees for Cycle Toronto Board of Directors, 2022

Nominations for Cycle Toronto’s Board of Director candidates are now open! Nominations close Tuesday, March 3, 2022 at midnight.

By Sonam Vashisth on Feb 08, 2022

  Board of Directors, membership, AGM, Annual General Meeting

Harbord bike lane in Toronto covered in Snow

Winter cycling shouldn’t be this hard

Review of inconsistent and incomplete snow clearing in bike lanes from the past week

Ry on their way to Tommy Thompson park, and their view from their bike ride at the park

My first bike ride was in the middle of winter and I loved it!

What I discovered about winter cycling in Toronto is that the biggest difficulties are the ones that are there all year long

By Sonam Vashisth on Jan 19, 2022

  cycling through winter, City of Toronto

Taneisha wears a bike helmet outside Union Station

What does it take to get someone on a bike?

This year, I was excited to lead our effort to bring cycling engagement activities to all 25 wards in the city — a first for our organization. Through pop-up bike safety stations, Get Lit! bike light giveaways, and educational workshops...

By Ry Shissler on Dec 24, 2021

  Accelerate Our Advocacy, Stories

Multi-couloured Toronto sign at night with a water fountain in front of it

2020 ActiveTO Permanent, 100 km of New Bikeways in Three Years

Yesterday was a big day for cycling at City Hall — loads of cycling initiatives were approved!

Sonam stands beside her bike as the sun sets over Lake Ontario

What does it take to build a culture of cycling?

When I moved to my new neighbourhood earlier this year, the culture of cycling was readily apparent; I could walk down the street and see people riding bikes in large numbers. I could see people like me getting around not just for fun, but...

By Ry Shissler on Dec 14, 2021

  Accelerate Our Advocacy, Stories

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