On November 27, 2019 Dr. Beth Savan, University of Toronto, and Yvonne Verlinden, TCAT, shared their insights from the work on Increasing Cycling In Canada Guide.
Communities can take tangible action to grow cycling as a viable transportation option for Canadians. The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT), Clean Air Partnership’s active transportation project, has released this guide with ten recommended actions for municipalities looking to increase cycling. The research was undertaken over the last five years in collaboration with the University of Toronto, McGill University and Simon Fraser University.
• PDF of Presentation
• “Increasing Cycling in Canada: A Guide to What Works”, offers municipalities ten recommended actions to grow cycling in their communities.