The way we get around in the city affects us all, and our choices are affected by how our city is designed.

What moves you? This is one of the most important questions you can ask yourself! Your answer will define where you live, where you work, who your friends are, how you spend your free time, your sense of belonging, your mental health, your physical health...

We can all agree that we could do a better job with the way we design our cities. In order to change it is important to start doing things differently. Understanding how individual choices and system design are interrelated can help everyone make better decisions aligned with their own values.

WMY? project consists of a few parts:

- A panel discussion on May 11, 2019, from 7-9pm, at the Baker’s Dozen, London, Ontario (see below for more details).

- An ongoing series of short Youtube videos, wherein Londoners who choose not to use cars as their main mode of transportation share their stories.

- An online map of the episodes

- An ongoing survey to learn more about what moves us (coming soon)


Five Londoners share stories about the different ways they get around in the city. How do you get around? What moves you? Join the conversation.

It’s a free admission event but you need to register in advance to secure your spot and get a chance to win some door prizes!

This event is supported by the London Environmental Network and the City of London, and was inspired by Small Steps Studio.


There are many ways you can get involved

  • Attend our event

  • Share your story. (Contact us at luis@londoncyclelink.ca to schedule an interview.)

  • Watch and share the short videos on our Youtube channel.

  • Download and print our poster and colouring page.