Community and city planning organizations around Canada are doing their bit to see that their residents have a voice in shaping their neighbourhoods. The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) in Toronto has been pioneering efforts in this regard for some years now. TCAT is a project of Clean Air Partnership (CAP), a registered environmental charity. Their overarching vision is to create vibrant cities with clean air, a healthy population, and a transportation system that prioritizes walking and cycling, as active transportation plays a vital role in engendering environmental and economical sustainability in cities.
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