I first heard about CycleWR when I was running as a candidate in last Fall's municipal election. I had the opportunity to go on a candidate ride through my ward with a CycleWR volunteer who shared her experiences as a cyclist in our ward. You can read more about that experience here.
The most recent edition of the CycleWR newsletter highlights several surveys and opportunities for cycling and active transportation feedback, some of which end soon so check them out today!
I continue to follow along with CycleWR's work because I believe creating safe, equitable, and accessible transportation options is essential to strong and healthy communities. You too can stay up-to-date by subscribing to their mailing list or following them on Twitter. Or, why not head out to one of their upcoming volunteer info session/bike social events and talk to them in person? #365ofgoodWR