A photo of LakeShore Boulevard West shows that the eastbound lanes have been opened up to people to get around using active transportation. Many people are seen cycling on the road.

Advocacy Success: ActiveTO being extended into October

Email the City of Toronto to show your support!

By Tamara Nahal on Sep 29, 2020

  ActiveTO, Major Road Openings, Quiet Streets

Support for protected bike lanes climbs to 84%. Image of rising graph with bikes on it.

Support Growing for Toronto Bike Lanes

Nearly 85% of residents now in favour

By on Sep 21, 2020

  media release, press release, Protected Bike Lanes, Equity, ActiveTO, David Suzuki Foundation

A realistic rendering of Yonge street shows a vibrant patio scene. People ride bikes in a protected bike lane amidst lush trees.

City’s proposal for protected bike lanes along downtown Yonge unveiled

This week, the City of Toronto unveiled its final recommendations for the design for the future of downtown Yonge Street from College Street to Queen Street. This project has been years in the making, and we are encouraged by the recommended vision for do

By Kevin Rupasinghe on Sep 03, 2020

  Yonge, Yonge Tomorrow, Downtown, action alert, pedestrian priority, Protected Bike Lanes

A man stands holding an ice cream cone in front of the store Uncle Betty's

Are you joining in for #BikeFridays?

#BikesLoveYonge’s newest campaign encourages Torontonians to buy local and bike local with #BikeFridays

By Tamara Nahal on Aug 21, 2020

  Midtown, Yonge, #BuyLocalBikeLocal, #BikeFridays

Several FedEx cargo bikes with riders are lined up next to a Cycle Toronto cargo bike. A person in plain clothes gives instructions

Benefits of Cargo Bike Parcel Delivery

As more businesses adopt bicycles for deliveries that means less vehicles on the road reducing emissions, congestion, delivery costs, and risk of injury to vulnerable road users.

By on Aug 14, 2020

  Cargo Bike, Parcel Delivery, workshops, Guest Post, Curbside Cycle

Where should we expand ActiveTO? Here's what we've heard

We asked you to send us your ideas on where you’d like to see Major Road Openings, temporary bike lanes, and accelerations of the Bike Plan.

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...