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.
Reviewing the success, where new major road closures could happen, and reflecting on the opportunities and limitations of ActiveTO
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Town Hall: Brimley is getting an ActiveTO Bike Lane!
It has been nearly a month since ActiveTO was first announced, and we’ve seen much of our recent advocacy work come to fruition.
As an organization we are taking pause to reflect on who we are and who we want to be. We acknowledge that we have not created safe and inclusive spaces for Black and racialized communities, Indigenous Peoples, and other marginalized groups.
The shoulders of our city, where COVID-19 is hitting the hardest, remain places that only transit and driving, if you can afford it, are viable, as they have received no pandemic response cycling infrastructure.
Today is one for the history books! Toronto City Council just passed the largest package of cycling infrastructure in our city’s history; 40 km of bike lanes to be installed in a little over a month.
This is an important first step to building an equitable cycling network across our city. We’re excited to see cycling infrastructure accelerated as our pandemic response and look forward to seeing our network grow to fill the gaps
Quiet streets and major street closures have been announce, but no bike lanes yet