Changes are afoot at City Hall
We're keeping a close watch on all the changes at City Hall resulting from Premier Doug Ford’s cut to local representation. We want to support our members in ensuring that our community is making the most of Toronto's new governance structure.
From #MinimumGrid to #BuildTheGrid
Since the municipal election in 2014, Cycle Toronto has called for a grid of protected bike lanes across our city. In the time since then, we have had mixed success at City Council. We’ve made hard-won gains including protected bike lanes on Richmond and Adelaide, the approval of a 10-Year Cycling Network Plan, and permanent bike lanes on Bloor, but progress has been frustratingly slow.
We're welcoming a new term of Council.
On October 22, 2018, Torontonians elected our Mayor and Councillors, who make crucial decisions affecting transportation in our city - including how we design our streets.
We collected responses to our three #BuildtheGrid questions, part of a 15-question #BuildtheVisionTO survey administered and analyzed by a coalition of road safety advocates.
It's time for change - on our streets, and in our legal systems.
After over 20 years of representing fallen and seriously injured cyclists and road violence victims, we have seen first hand the physical and emotional damage that these victims and their families have endured. These injuries and deaths were all needless and preventable.
Toronto's municipal election is approaching
On October 22, 2018*, we will elect Toronto's Mayor and councillors, who make important decisions affecting transportation in our city.
Do you hail from the orange zone on this map of Toronto, and passionate about a particular cycling or safety issue in your neighbourhood? If so, join activists from across Etobicoke for the fourth in a series of District Advocacy Summits*. These events are a great way to get connected with local bike advocacy projects in your area.