Message to Toronto's Budget Committee: The funding is there. Let's get serious about building the Cycling Network Plan
Member Paula shares her deputation to Toronto's Budget Committee on January 10, 2018.
Let's focus on making our streets safer - not cherry-picking facts to pit roads users against one another
Here's our response to a series of antagonistic op-eds published in the Financial Post.
Our education and outreach programs are often people’s first positive touchpoint with cycling in Toronto. Find out how we made an impact last year and where we're going in 2018.
While the City has committed to clearing a priority network of cycling routes, the plowing system in place today isn't adequate.
Rates of biking to work are up throughout the city centre as well as in pockets in the inner and outer suburbs.
CensusMapper has released bike to work maps from 2016. Here's our take on what these numbers mean.
One year after the Bloor St bike lanes were made permanent, we're looking back on how the Bloor Love Bikes campaign helped secure this victory.
Want to learn more about cycling advocacy in Toronto? RSVP and join us on November 19.
Find out more at our volunteer orientation session on Saturday