Here at TCAT we facilitate workshops, organize forums, and speak to professionals and the public about active transportation through presentations in Toronto, across Canada and internationally.
Join us the next time we’re out presenting, facilitating or hosting and learn more about our work.
Hart House at the University of Toronto
TCAT is thrilled to announce that the 2011 Complete Streets Forum, our fourth annual active transportation policy conference, was a resounding success. Despite an uncertain political climate and a very rainy start to the day, over 200 engaged delegates from communities around and outside the Toronto region came together to learn, share, and connect with leading active transportation experts. It was a diverse crowd, with about half representing the public sector, and approximately 20% each from the private and non-profit realms.Read More >>
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
The Complete Streets Forum 2010 took place on April 23, 2010 at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto. There were also pre-conference activities that took place on April 22, 2010 at various locations. The Complete Streets Forum was organized by the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT), a project of the Clean Air Partnership, in… Read more »Read More >>
St Michael's Hospital
Nancy Smith Lea, TCAT Program Director, has been selected to speak in a session titled “Bicycles and Urban Well-Being”, at St. Michael’s Hospital Clinical and Population Research Rounds. Nancy will be be speaking about road blocks to improving cyclists’ safety, including the reallocation of road space from on-street parking to bike lanes. Key findings… Read more »Read More >>
Novotel Toronto Centre
With the generous support of our sponsors, the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation and theClean Air Partnership are pleased to once again host this one-day policy conference. Join leading thinkers, practitioners and decision-makers who are on the fast track to creating bikeable communities. Bike Summit 2009 will be held on Thursday May 28th at the… Read more »Read More >>
Southeast Corner of Bloor & Spadina
Following-up on our successful event in September, Bikes as a Public Good: What is the future of public bikes in Toronto?, Torontonians will get a real live feel for what public bikes might look like on our city streets. The recently launched Bixi system in Montreal will be demonstrating their platform station and specially designed… Read more »Read More >>
Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue at St. George
Bikes as a public good: What is the future of public bikes in Toronto? Come Learn about public bike programs from cycling experts and policy makers. We want you to tell us what a public bike program in Toronto should look like at our forum this fall!Read More >>
St Lawrence Hall, Toronto
Share international and Canadian best practices and perspectives on putting policy into action Build local, regional and provincial momentum and leadership for bikeable communities Engage key stakeholders on how to effectively implement policies and strategies to realize and maximize the value of bicycling for transportation, health, tourism, recreation, economic development, energy conservation and the environment.Read More >>