TCAT has a vision of vibrant cities with clean air, a healthy population, and a transportation system that prioritizes walking and cycling. Established in 2006, TCAT’s work advances knowledge and evidence to build support for safe and inclusive streets for walking and cycling. We believe that active transportation plays a critical role in creating environmentally and economically sustainable cities.
TCAT has worked closely with the Clean Air Partnership (CAP) since its inception, became a project of CAP in 2008, and now guides the active transportation programming at CAP. Since becoming a project of CAP, TCAT evolved from a grassroots advocacy group into a research and education organization.
With over 25 years’ of experience working in settlement services in Toronto, CultureLink provides innovative services and creates new programs that best respond to the needs of newcomers. With a team of 50 staff members, speaking more than 30 languages, CultureLink works to build welcoming communities and to provide newcomers with the skills necessary for bright and successful futures.
Cycle Toronto is a member-supported organization that advocates for a healthy, safe, cycling-friendly city for all. Cycle Toronto pursues evidence-based transportation solutions and recognizes the power of grassroots community organizing to effect change.
The Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank is a multidisciplinary research project focused on increasing cycling as a primary transportation choice. As part of the University of Toronto’s School of the Environment, the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank is working to map cycling patterns, explore the economic benefits of cycling, and developing an integrated suite of tools for increasing cycling for transportation.