Changing Corridors, Changing the City

Better living through better urban and suburban bicycling

Jacquelyn Hayward Gulati
Jacquelyn Hayward Gulati is the manager of cycling infrastructure and programs at the City of Toronto, where she plans cycle tracks, bike lanes and trails, bike parking spaces, and cycling-promotion activities. She has over twelve years of experience in sustainable transportation and transportation-demand management in the municipal and non-profit sectors. Jacquelyn was previously the manager of cycling at the City of Mississauga, where she helped to create 60 kilometres of cycling routes over four years.