The Toronto Star: Bike plan misses benchmarks

Posted on November 16, 2007

TCAT’s Tammy Throne was featured in a recent Toronto Star article on Toronto’s Bike plan missing its benchmarks. Read the full article here.

Spacing: Convincing councillors to fund bike infrastructure

Posted on November 12, 2007

Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) was featured in Spacing’s recent article. The article focused on Toronto’s budget committee meeting, which is taking place on November 13th, 2007. Read the full article here.

National Post: The Pedestrian Issue

Posted on October 20, 2007

TCAT’s Chris Oullette was featured in a recent National Post article on walkability. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Star: Bikes could put Toronto on the map

Posted on October 17, 2007

“Bike tourism could help put Toronto on the map, especially if developed before other North American cities” TCAT’s Tammy Thorne recently published an article for The Toronto Star on bike tourism. Read the full article here.

The Globe and Mail – Memo to cyclists: don’t get bowled over

Posted on November 6, 2006

Glen Murray, former Winnipeg mayor and speaker at a news conference held by TCAT was featured in the latest Globe and Mail article. In this article, Glen Murray offers advice on how to push for more bike lanes and trails. Read the full article here.

The Toronto Star: Cycling’s future hangs on election

Posted on October 3, 2006

A letter written by Martin Koob, one of TCAT’s co-founders, is published in the Toronto Star about a new coalition of more than 16 community groups and businesses that endorses a practical vision for improving active transportation in Toronto. Read the full letter here.

The Toronto Star: Cyclists call on city to deliver goods; from a courier’s ‘green zone’ plan to more bike lanes

Posted on June 18, 2006

One of the first media articles profiling the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT), “a new organization that promotes cycling and walking in Toronto.” “We’re four years into the city’s bike plan and there hasn’t been enough progress,” says Martin Koob, one of the group’s founders. “The next council will have to get the bike… Read more »