Get Involved

Want to support cycling in the Region of Waterloo? There are many ways to get involved!


To sign-up for email updates on cycling-related volunteer opportunities click here.

Read the Region’s Transportation Master Plan

You can read Moving Forward – the Region of Waterloo’s Transportation Master Plan.

Moving Forward integrates the Region’s 2014 Active Transportation Master plan and makes recommendations to accelerate and integrate the active transportation network in the Region of Waterloo.

The Cities of Cambridge, Kitchener, and Waterloo have their own transportation master plans based on Moving Forward that to help guide decisions for City street networks and trails.

Write to an Elected Official

Consult this link for a guide to writing an effective advocacy letter.

Visit the Municipal Contacts page to reach your City Council Members.

Regional Council Members can be contacted here.

Members of Provincial Parliament can be contacted here.

Join an Advisory Committee

Kitchener Cycling and Trails Advisory Committee

Cambridge Cycling Focus Group

Waterloo Advisory Committee on Active Transportation

Region of Waterloo Active Transportation Advisory Committee 

Groups Advocating for Cycling


CycleWR is a new cycling coalition that advocates for cycling in Waterloo Region to be a safe, respected, convenient, and everyday mode of transportation for people of all ages and abilities.


The Tri-Cities Transport Action Group was founded in May 2009 by a group of like-minded citizens from the Region of Waterloo with the idea that people should be able to walk, cycle, and take transit to everywhere they need to go, with dignity.

Share the Road 

The Share the Road Cycling Coalition is a provincial cycling advocacy organization working to build a bicycle-friendly Ontario.

Cycle Toronto 

Cycle Toronto (formerly the Toronto Cyclists Union) is a diverse member-supported organization that advocates for a healthy, safe, cycling-friendly city for all.

Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank 

Multidisciplinary, multi-sector research project focused on increasing cycling as a primary transportation choice.