City Council will review an update to the City’s Cycling Network Plan, this fall. However, cycling shouldn’t be considered in isolation. Cycling, sustainability, and road safety need to be considered in all roadwork decisions.
On Thursday April 30, City Council met for the first time since the COVID-19 emergency began. In Council’s first ever virtual meeting only the most essential business was on the agenda. Fortunately, we have made clear that cycling is an essential matter!
Meet Becky Katz, City of Toronto Manager of the Cycling and Pedestrian Projects Unit
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.
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.
February 20, 2018
Dear Mayor Tory:
We are a coalition of individuals and organizations who care deeply about making Toronto’s streets safe, liveable, and vibrant for all. We are writing to express our support of the Transform Yonge option from Stage 1 of the REimagining Yonge project.
This letter explains our reasons for urging you to vote in favour of implementing the City staff-recommended Transform Yonge option, bringing a new vision for North York to life.