TCAT is advised by a Steering Committee who were either chosen at a general meeting of TCAT supporters or appointed to fill a vacant seat. Steering Committee members are requested to commit to at least a two-year term. A brief bio of each of the current Steering Committee members is included below.
The Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) is requesting proposals from qualified firms or individuals for Web/IT Development Services.
Are you an experienced web/IT developer? Do you know an experienced web/IT developer?
If so, please take a look or forward this Request for Proposal.
You can download the request for proposal at the link below:
TCAT has today launched a website that offers a comprehensive overview of the cycling and pedestrian issues that need to be addressed during the upcoming municipal election on November 13, 2006.
The website profiles the TCAT plan for active transportation that is the result of consultation with environmental, health and transportation groups from across Toronto. The plan is practical yet visionary and lays out how the next City of Toronto Council can make active transportation a central part of transportation planning.