Etobicoke Creek Trail between QEW and Marie Curtis Park

Guest post: Biking for Recreation vs. Transportation: The suburban cycling experience

Reflections on living in "the in between" and getting around by bike in west Toronto

By Laura Fylyshtan on Aug 05, 2020

  Suburban Cycling, ActiveTO, cycling infrastructure, infrastructure

ActiveTO Next Stop: Overlea?

Destination Danforth can’t be the last stop for ActiveTO. Residents of Thorncliffe and Flemingdon Park are still waiting: will there be cycling improvements on Overlea?

By Tamara Nahal on Jul 30, 2020

  ActiveTO, Overlea, Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park

Bloor West rendering with protected bike lanes

ActiveTO is here; what about the Bloor West Bikeway Extension?

The Bloor W Bikeway Extension is coming soon. Learn about improvements, installation timing, and other details.

By on Jul 17, 2020

  Bloor Loves Bikes, Bloor West, Bloor St W extension, Bloor, bike lanes, City of Toronto

A swath of blue paint runs through a construction zone. A sign reads "Greektown on the Danforth"

Danforth bike lanes are coming… now. Let’s make them permanent.

The Danforth really can have it all! It may have seemed like the bike lanes on Danforth were a long way off but we expect them (and more) to be completed soon...

Colourfully painted low concrete walls. One has the Toronto City logo on it in blue.

Ring & Post: A Summer Bike Boom in TO

We're seeing safe infrastructure roll out faster and better than ever before in Toronto.

By on Jul 15, 2020

  Ring & Post, Ring and Post, newsletter, cycling infrastructure

Ossington Station with a bike rack and bicycle in front

Cycling and transit: complementary forms of mobility

Bus-only lanes could make transit more accessible in Toronto; let’s unite cycling and transit to expand mobility across the city

By Michael Longfield on Jul 14, 2020

  transit, mobility, multi-modal, TTC, complete streets, COVID-19

Bike Match WCN

Women's Cycling Network Bike Match Program

Donate a bike and give more people the freedom and ability to ride

By on Jul 13, 2020

  Bike Match, Women's Cycling Network, Cycle Don Valley Midtown, Overlea

Concrete curbs and bollards separate a bike lane from a wide boulevard. A magnificent building is in the background

Growing ActiveTO Bike Lanes

ActiveTO temporary bike lanes are here and they don’t look like the bike lanes we are used to in Toronto. Here’s what we’ve seen so far and what we’re expecting very soon.

People walk and cycle on Bayview St

What's next for ActiveTO Major Road Closures?

Reviewing the success, where new major road closures could happen, and reflecting on the opportunities and limitations of ActiveTO

By Michael Longfield on Jul 02, 2020


Suspension bridge at night

The City Needs To Hear From You to Build a Better Toronto

Fill out the survey from Recovery and Rebuild Office

By on Jun 29, 2020

  TORR, COVID-19, bike lanes, ActiveTO, active transportation