The Joy Ride Project is bringing together cycling organizations from across Canada to address the equity gap in cycling. Co-led by award-winning placemaker and author Jay Pitter and Jamie Stuckless, the initiative will focus on building organizational capacity, engaging with equity-seeking groups to gain insights into their lived experiences and barriers to cycling, and co-creating a cycling equity framework to guide key aspects of cycling advocacy initiatives across Canada.
TCAT is proud to be a participating organization of The Joy Ride Project. “At TCAT we are passionate about walking and cycling and want to ensure that the benefits of active transportation are extended to all Canadians. We feel privileged to have this opportunity to participate in a national initiative to learn and work together to build equity and justice into transportation planning and public spaces.” said Nancy Smith Lea, Senior Advisor for TCAT.
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