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Walking and Cycling

  • Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC)
  • Shifting Gears – Cycling Master Plan Review
  • Promoting a Walking and Biking Culture in Port Credit and Mississauga South
  • YouTube video re: Cycling in Port Credit on Waterfront Trail
  • Contested Streets: Breaking the Gridlock (Movie)

 

Mississauga Cycling Advisory Committee (MCAC)

  • If you are interested in any aspect of cycling in Mississauga, visit the MCAC website for news, events, maps and interactive features to enhance your understanding of the issues and the challenges involved for increasing safety and connectivity for cyclists in this City.  Learn about the 200km of trails we have now, and get out on your bike!

Shifting Gears – Cycling Master Plan Review 

  • The City of Mississauga has developed a new Cycling Master Plan, approved by Council in 2010.  Click here for the City’s webpage including access to the Master Plan documents.

Promoting a Walking and Biking Culture in Port Credit and Mississauga South

  • TOPCA members participated in a Walk and Bike Workshop on Jan. 17, 2008, sponsored by VIVA Port Credit (TOPCA is a member group), and facilitated by Walk & Bike for Life, a non-profit group (also a member of VIVA PC) that is now located in Port Credit.  Click here to view the Workshop report, entitled: Walking & Bicycling: Creating a Great South Mississauga Community (Community Led Action Plan, March 2008).

Contested Streets: Breaking the Gridlock (Movie)

YouTube Video re: Cycling in Port Credit

  • Feel like biking around Port Credit?  Check out the YouTube video called 'My Peaceful Bike Ride' (NOT!) which features the Port Credit Harbour area, Saddington Park and Rhododendron Gardens.  Hilarious and true look at the serious issue of our crowded multi-use Waterfront Trail.  Maybe you'll see yourself!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXE0bp5bN68.   

    Feel like talking about it?  Go to the Mississauga Cycling website and read the new article 'The Transportation Food Chain' along with the response sent in by Port Credit resident 'Keith', the video's creator.  Join the forum!