2018 Election Survey Results
The The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT), in partnership with 8 80 Cities, Cycle Toronto, Friends and Families for Safe Streets, and Walk Toronto, surveyed candidates ahead of the 2018 Toronto municipal election, to gauge their commitment to 15 road safety priorities. One third of city council candidates and ten mayoral candidates responded to the survey. Their answers were overwhelmingly positive.
Read our press release for a summary of the highlights, or click the links below to see the detailed results. The election is October 22, 2018.
Snapshot:The 15 Priorities
Full report: #BuildTheVisionTO
Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians Toronto Chapter
Balance for Blind Adults
Bike Law Canada
Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre
David Suzuki Foundation
Doctors for Safe Cycling
Ryerson City Building Institute
Share the Road Cycling Coalition
Dr. Beth Savan, Principal Investigator, Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank, University of Toronto
Dr. Paul Hess, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto
TCAT has surveyed candidates on active transportation issues for every municipal election since its founding in 2006. Read more about our past election surveys.