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.

Active Neighbourhoods Canada: Young Urbanist Summer Camp

Event Date: August 25, 2014
Event Time:
Event Location:

Flemingdon Health Centre
10 Gateway Boulevard, Toronto

    Dear residents and friends of Thorncliffe and Flemingdon;   As part of the Active Neighbourhoods Canada Project, we are hosting a Young Urbanist Summer Camp for youth that are interested in learning about public space and active transportation issues. This design focused camp will build understanding about citizen’s roles in city planning and… Read more »


Street Sense and Public Space in Thorncliffe & Flemingdon Park – Janes Walk

Event Date: May 4, 2014
Event Time: 1PM
Event Location:

Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada

Take a stroll through your community and imagine the possibilities for the future! This walk will start in Thorncliffe, take a dip into Flemingdon and finish up in the ravine system nearby. Along the way we’ll be discussing the ideas for improving local public spaces as well as pedestrian and cyclist safety, which were developed by residents during the 2010… Read more »


Complete Streets Forum 2013

Event Date: May 27, 2013
Event Time: 8AM
Event Location:

Hyatt Regency.

2013 Complete Streets Forum is TCAT’s sixth annual active transportation conference taking place on May 27, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency in Toronto. The Share the Road Cycling Coalition Ontario Bike Summit 2013 will take place on May 28-29th at the same location. We are pleased to offer joint registration for both conferences at a… Read more »


Ontario Youth Bike Summit

Event Date: October 7, 2013
Event Time: 1:30 p.m.
Event Location:

North York Civic Centre

Ontario’s first Youth Bike Summit was coordinated by Share the Road in Toronto, October 6 & 7, 2013. Participants from across the province joined us for two days of speakers, workshops, bike riding, advocacy training and engaging with Members of Provincial Parliament


Mobility Pricing Solutions

Event Date: November 9, 2011
Event Time: 7:00pm
Event Location:

Toronto City Hall, Toronto, Ontario

Why are mobility pricing measures a contentious issue? Even though a recent poll found that most GTA residents support a downtown congestion charge, building consensus for new road tolls is no easy task. Yet this month there is not one but two stellar events focused on how to pay for the mobility solutions we need in Toronto and the rest of the GTA.


University of Toronto Lecture on Complete Streets

Event Date: November 23, 2011
Event Time: 12PM - 1PM
Event Location:

University of Toronto

Robert Imrie, Professor of Geography at King's College London, will be in Toronto to give a lecture titled "Designing for Complete Streets: the inter-relationships between vision-impairment and space sharing". The talk will be happening on Nov 23rd from 12 to 1pm at the University of Toronto, Rehabilitation Sciences building. See here for details.


Ontario Good Roads Workshop

Event Date: October 26, 2011
Event Time: 8:00am
Event Location:

Courtyard Marriott in Brampton

Kevin Behan, Clean Air Partnership Director of Research, will present TCAT’s “Benchmarking Active Transportation in Canadian Cities” report at the Ontario Good Roads Association one-day workshop on Vulnerable Road Users. Other invited speakers include Steve Kemp from York Region who will present on pedestrian safety and Tom Smahel who will be presenting on “Bicycle Crashes:… Read more »


Cities Centre: Toronto Talks Mobility

Event Date: November 9, 2011
Event Time: 7PM - 9PM
Event Location:

Toronto City Hall

University of Toronto Cities Centre is organizing "Toronto Talks Mobility", a two-day free public gathering of transportation experts, activists, politicians, and citizens to kick-start a campaign for transportation solutions for the greater Toronto and Hamilton area.