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.
The city is seeking feedback on proposed cycling connections on Martin Grove road between Eglinton Ave and Dundas St W
Bike Month is back from May 30 to June 30! We’ll be kicking things off with Ride A Bike Day on May 30, featuring the return of the popular Bike to Work Group Commute to City Hall.
The Communications Assistant will provide support to a number of portfolios and projects at Cycle Toronto including copy editing, social media, event promotion, and updating website content and more.
Be sure to ask your candidates questions about whether they will commit to moving these initiatives forward at Queen’s Park:
The past two days have been huge for fans of cycling and active transportation initiatives at City Hall!
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.
Cycle Toronto and CultureLink are looking for Cycling Educators to deliver programs online and across Toronto.
Nominations for Cycle Toronto’s Board of Director candidates are now open! Nominations close Tuesday, March 3, 2022 at midnight.