Sport and Transport: Growing a Culture of Advocacy
Does making riding a bike safer and easier for transport leads to more interest in sport--and vice versa?
What is 'safe', and safe for whom?
A panel discussing road safety, and some of the intersections therein.
2021 Advocacy Forum
The 2021 Cycle Toronto Advocacy Forum had six recorded sessions on topics including 'Communicating your Message', 'How Bike Lanes Get Built', 'Cycling Advocacy and Equity', and more!
Engaging with Businesses
Building cycling infrastructure on main streets makes it easier for people to shop locally. Read more about other case studies and how Cycle Toronto is working with business improvement areas (BIAs) to encourage residents to #BuyLocalBikeLocal: because Bikes Mean Business!
Engaging with School Communities
This guide, intended for families, educators, city staff, and cycling advocates, is a joint initiative between the Bike to School Project, CultureLink, Cycle Toronto, and the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank. It provides practical advice on how to get children and students involved and engaged in cycling infrastructure projects
#BuildTheGrid Advocacy Toolkit
This is a guide for volunteer organizing during the 2018 municipal election campaign. The #BuildTheGrid Advocacy Toolkit includes background on Cycle Toronto's election campaign strategy, tools and tactics that volunteers can use to take action now, and tips for keeping up the pressure after the election. Use this kit to take action in your neighbourhood today, and help us highlight the need for safe cycling infrastructure across Toronto.
In 2015, Cycle Toronto compiled a guide on effective ward advocacy. The guide, titled Propelling Change, outlines the basic function and structure of the Ward Advocacy Program. It serves as the key document to explain how Cycle Toronto and ward groups work together through trust and mutual benefit to achieve better cycling conditions across the city.