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Proposed Borden-Brunswick Contra-Flow will connect neighbourhoods from Queen St to Bloor St

Building quiet, neighbourhood routes can create new cycling routes

By Tamara Nahal on Feb 19, 2020

  infrastructure, cycling infrastructure, quiet neighbourhood routes

A room full of people in chairs

Board of Directors Nominations and the Annual General Meeting

Nominations for Board of Director candidates will open Monday, February 10, 2020 and close Saturday, February 22, 2020 at midnight.

By ry.shissler@cycleto.ca on Feb 07, 2020

  AGM, Board of Directors, Nominations, Annual General Meeting

People riding bikes in a protected bike lane

Bicycle Infrastructure in Our Near Future

Here's a lookahead at what bike infrastructure we could see on Toronto's streets soon.

By ry.shissler@cycleto.ca on Jan 30, 2020

  bike lanes, Cycling Network Plan, Eglinton, Bloor, Danforth, Etobicoke, Scarborough

Multi-coloured sticky notes with comments are placed on large maps of Danforth Ave

Danforth Complete Streets Study Drop-in

Hundreds of local residents and businesses came by showing an appetite to discuss the future of Danforth related to density, business development, and transportation.

Road safety advocates pose in the cold

Poll shows overwhelming concern for road safety and support for lanes

An Ekos survey of poll of 809 Toronto residents released last week confirms that nearly 9 out of 10 Torontonians are concerned about road safety.

Bloor West rendering with protected bike lanes

Bloor West Bikeway Extension Drop-In

The Bloor West Bikeway Extension drop-in provided a huge amount of information. Here are our thoughts.

Cycle Toronto New Executive Director

Announcing Cycle Toronto’s new Executive Director

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Keagan Gartz is Cycle Toronto’s newest Executive Director.

By ry.shissler@cycleto.ca on Jan 09, 2020

  Staff announcements, Executive Director

Cyclists gather todether for the Coldest Day of the Year ride

Ring & Post: December 2019

Monthly snapshot of everything cycling in the city, including our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.

By ry.shissler@cycleto.ca on Jan 03, 2020

  Ring & Post, Pregnancy, Bloor, Yonge, Public Consultations, Volunteer Appreciation Night, snow removal

Riders participating in Bike to Work Day

Cycle Toronto's 2019 Year in Review

2019 was a big year for cycling in Toronto, and bodes well for the next decade. We wanted to share our highlights with you as we head into the new year.

By ry.shissler@cycleto.ca on Dec 24, 2019

  2019, year in review, Bloor, Danforth, Family Handbook, Road Rules Videos