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Tell your councillor you need safe streets now

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.

Council Approves Cycling Projects, Creating Space for People Walking, Cycling

Cycling and Vision Zero projects move forward during Council’s first emergency meeting.

By Kevin Rupasinghe on May 01, 2020

  City Council, Toronto City Council, Vision Zero, COVID-19, Rebalancing Streets

Protecting the Martin Goodman Trail: Enbridge won’t dig up Queens Quay

Cycle Toronto opposed Enbridge Gas' proposal to use Queens Quay and jeopardise MGT to replace a natural gas line

By Michael Longfield on May 01, 2020

  Enbridge Gas, Construction, Queens Quay, Martin Goodman Trail

Cycling Infrastructure Outside the Core

From leafy trails to rustic bridges, there are many examples of cycling infrastructure all across the city. Here are some of our favourites.

Open letter to Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild

Toronto deserves a bold vision for a recovery that is green and just.

By Michael Longfield on Apr 29, 2020

  COVID-19, Rebalancing Streets

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High Visibility: Biking to the Frontline featuring Rosa Phillip

Rosa picked up cycling as part of rehab for a knee injury, fell in love with riding, and has only increased her number of trips since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

By on Apr 24, 2020

  High Visibility, COVID-19, road rules

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Tips for Shopping by Bike

As public health guidelines have evolved to include only shopping for groceries once per week this has become difficult for many. Grocery shopping by bike can allow you to get all the supplies you need for a week and beyond.

By on Apr 17, 2020

  Shopping, Groceries, COVID-19, How to

Two images of the same women on a bike. One has a sign that says "Just a nurse biking to work"

High Visibility: Biking to the Frontline featuring Carmen Jones

High Visibility is a profile series of Toronto bike riders. Carmen Jones is an oncology nurse and our first subject.

By on Apr 14, 2020

  COVID-19, High Visibility

Ring & Post: April 2020

Riding through a pandemic, bike lane construction, Bike Month, essential businesses, and more!

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Which Toronto Bicycle Shops Are Open?

This is a list of bike shops with modified hours

By mark romeril on Apr 03, 2020

  COVID-19, Esssential Businesses

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