In September, TCAT's staff and volunteer steering committee took part in a day-long strategic planning and capacity-building exercise, facilitated by Charlotte Young, to help the organization focus on the priorities that will make the most impact in the coming years.
This was our first strategic planning process since TCAT became a Centre at the end of 2011. As a result, we have updated TCAT's vision and mission statements to align with our current and future projects and initiatives.
These statements serve not only as a constant guide for our staff and volunteers, but represent to our stakeholders and partners our collective desire for better cities, and our unwavering resolve to help create them. Simply put, this is why we're here, doing what we do.
Vibrant cities with clean air, a healthy population, and a transportation system that prioritizes walking and cycling.
TCAT advances knowledge and evidence to build support for safe and inclusive streets for walking and cycling. We believe that active transportation plays a critical role in creating environmentally and economically sustainable cities.