Ward 28: Toronto Centre-Rosedale

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Welcome to Ward 28 - we are in the heart of the city, and boast some of Toronto's best bike infrastructure, from the Sherbourne cycle track to the Lower Don Trail and most recently, the bike lanes on Richmond and Adelaide. Yet there is still a lot of work to do. Come out and get to know us. We are looking to grow our advocacy group, and what better way than by coming out and meeting us. We try to meet on the second Wednesday of the month at the Regent Park Community Centre (402 Shuter Street) - check our Facebook group for updates and details.

You can find us on Facebook , Twitter, Instagram or keep up to date by signing up for our newsletter.

Here’s some other great things happening in Ward 28:

Wednesday, August 15, 7-8 PM at the Parliament Street Library - Safe Cycling 101: Bike with Confidence  Cycle Toronto will guide you through everything you need to know about cycling in Toronto. Topics include road rules, safe riding techniques, equipment, choosing your route and more

Monday, August 20, 7-8 PM at the St. Lawrence Public Library - Safe Cycling 101  Presented by Cycle Toronto. Learn basic road rules safe riding techniques, how to safely make right and left turns and more dso you can enjoy your city riding.

Thursday, August 23, 7-8 PM at St. James Park - Please join us with our special guest cyclists, the Barry family of Mariposa Bicycles, for a short ride to The Royal Canadian Bicycle Club (c1891). Upon returning to St. James Park, we will be greeted by the folks of Charlies FreeWheels and we will see a screening of Breaking Away sponsored by the Bike City exhibit at St. Lawrence Market Gallery. Bike-powered smoothies & 2 for 1 tickets to Bike City exhibit will be available. Check out the details at our Facebook Group or on our Google Calendar

View our Events Calendar here

Of course, we still have ongoing priorities for the year including:

  • More tabling at local events
  • Checking traffic light actuators and improving safety at intersections
  • Advocating for more bike parking
  • Ongoing advocacy to improve the Shuter Street bike lane.