In 2018, TCAT, in partnership with 8 80 Cities, Cycle Toronto, Friends and Families for Safe Streets, and Walk Toronto launched #BuildTheVisionTO: Safe and Active Streets for All. Mayoral and council candidates were surveyed ahead of the 2018 Toronto municipal election to gauge their commitment to 15 road safety priorities for building streets where people of all ages and abilities can get around actively, sustainably and safely.
In 2014, TCAT partnered with Toronto Environmental Alliance, Cycle Toronto, Walk Toronto and Canada Walks to set out 12 priority election priorities for walking, cycling and public transit. See these priorities in Building a Toronto That Moves.
In 2010, with another municipal election on its way, TCAT once again provided a detailed analysis of concrete steps that the city can take in all areas of its operations to improve walking and cycling in the next term of council from 2010 to 2014. TCAT’s 2010 platform titled Action 2014: Taking the Next Step was released on April 16, 2010.
On November 1, 2006, a coalition of over 20 Toronto environmental, health and transportation groups came together to form the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) and to develop a joint Active Transportation Platform. This platform identified actions that the next City Council could take to support active transportation (cycling and walking).