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Bill 57 is a recipe for more congestion

Bill 57 proposes removing walking and cycling considerations from the Metrolinx Act.

Riding for Safe Streets in 2018

The results are in: it's time to #BuildtheGrid!

This municipal election has been a whirlwind. Here's a recap, and a glimpse of how we'll be working with our newly elected Council over the next four years.

families enjoying the 2018 ride for safe streets

Ring & Post: October 2018

#BuildtheGrid election campaign updates, along with Get Lit! announcements and highlights from our biggest Ride for Safe Streets yet.

Build the Vision: map of results by ward

#BuildtheGrid: is your Councillor in?

Find out how your Councillor responded to our three questions about building the grid.

Get Lit is back!

We'll be out Tuesdays in October in locations across the city to help cyclists stay visible when riding at night.

Bike Law team at 2017 Ride for safe streets

Why Bike Law Rides for Safe Streets     

Bike Law is presenting the 2018 Ride for Safe Streets. Find out how they're working to support people who have been seriously injured while cycling, and their families.

By sarah bradley on Sep 19, 2018

  Ride for Safe Streets, RFSS, Bike Law, safe streets, safe cycling, advocacy, fundraising

Our amazing 2017 Canvass team

Ring & Post: September 2018

Read highlights from our #BuildtheGrid election campaign, along with exciting fall announcements.

32 Spokes responds to The Sun's critique of the Woodbine bike lanes

One of our ward groups, 32 Spokes, responds to Ms. Levy's critique of the City's counting methodologies and explains why the Woodbine bike lanes hold promise.

Election advocacy updates

When it comes to the municipal election, the waters may still be muddy - but we're ready to hit the ground for our #BuildtheGrid campaign

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When motor vehicles are weaponized

Earlier this week we saw a CBC video showing a disturbing incident on the Martin Goodman Trail. Here are our thoughts on how the person driving should be charged.

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