Green Your Commute
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Transportation accounts for about one-third of the greenhouse emissions (GHG) in Toronto. We have to change how we get around our city.
- 100 per cent of vehicles in Toronto will use low-carbon energy.
- 75 per cent of trips under 5 km will be walked or cycled.
Learn more about how we’ll #TransformTO and check out these sustainable commuting options.
Bike Share Toronto
With 270 stations and 2750 bikes, Bike Share Toronto makes it easy for residents and visitors to get around town and explore the city.
Bicycle User Group Network
Designed to encourage and support cyclists who want to improve cycling in their workplace, neighbourhood, community, or school, the Bicycle User Group (BUG) Network offers free information on everything from how to fix a flat tire to how to prevent bike theft.
Toronto Cycling Map
Use this map to plan your route to work, school, or simply get out and enjoy the city. The maps are available (while supplies last) at Civic Centres, libraries, community centres and bike specialty shops, or you can download the map.
Toronto Cycling App
Get real-time stats on your speed, distance, calories burned, and greenhouse gas offset when you download this app, and you’ll help to improve cycling infrastructure in the City at the same time.
Toronto Bike Month
Designed to celebrate cycling, Bike Month kicks off with Bike to Work Day and the annual group commute to Nathan Phillips Square on the last Monday in May. Hundreds of cycling events take place across the city during Bike Month.
Learn how to ride more safely, with safety videos and information.
Accredited CAN-Bike Cycling courses can help you learn to ride or improve your cycling skills.
Find the City’s Parks and Trails maps and other helpful maps here.
Discovery Walks is a program of 12 self-guided walks that link city ravines, parks gardens, beaches and neighbourhoods. Signage along some of the routes provides information on the area’s heritage and environment.
Self-Guided Walking Tours
The City offers many self-guided walking tours. You can download and print the maps and walk details.
Toronto Greeters Program
Toronto wants the world to discover all our city has to offer. And how better to do that than by putting the world in touch with the people who know and love Toronto the best. Toronto Greeters offer free visits to Toronto’s vibrant neighbourhoods and themed districts so you can discover the real Toronto guided by the people who live here.
Smart Commute works with employers and property owners to promote sustainable commuting options – cycling, walking, public transit, and carpooling – to employees and tenants.
Vehicles are the source of approximately one-third of Toronto’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Switching passenger, freight and transit vehicles from gasoline and diesel to electric and other low-carbon fuels is a central part of the City’s plan to reduce GHG emissions 80 per cent by 2050. The transition to electric and other low-carbon fuels will also significantly reduce local air pollutants that affect the health of Toronto residents.
Learn more about Electric Vehicles.