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.
Our Interim Executive Director is expecting big changes in 2020, and we’re not just talking bike lanes.
The City says that it meets the winter maintenance levels for bike lanes. But is that enough?
It’s Giving Tuesday, and the launch of our annual Street Smarts drive where we raise funds for high-quality cycling education programs, such as The Bike to School Project.
December 3rd marks the return of our annual Street Smarts drive where we raise funds to deliver our cycling education programs to people across the city. So, we want to share our cycling education goals for 2020 goals.
Monthly snapshot of everything cycling in the city, including our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.
On November 7th, we and many other bike lane supporters attended the first public meeting on the Danforth Complete Street Study. Here are all the important details in case you missed it.
The City is rebuilding downtown Yonge Street
Fall is well under way. Leaves are on the ground, nights are longer, and we already got our first snowfall. This time of year the conditions change often. It’s important to be prepared and stay safe. Here are our shoulder season riding tips.
Monthly snapshot of our advocacy, education, and encouragement work.