The City of Toronto's Cycling Infrastructure and Programs unit is hosting a Public Open House on proposed upgrades to the existing multi-use paths in Trinity Bellwoods Park. It will be important for cyclists and pedestrians to attend and share their feedback on the proposed realignment and resurfacing, both with City staff and fellow park users.
Date: Wednesday, February 24
Time: 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Trinity C.R.C., 155 Crawford St., Assembly Hall
We are pleased to share with you the final draft of TCAT's new platform titled "Action 2014: Complete Streets and Active Transportation". Once finalized, the new platform will be uploaded to the TCAT website in an easy-to-read on-line format. For now, if you would like to review the final draft you can download it in PDF format here. Please provide any final feedback to TCAT by Wednesday Jan 20th.
Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto are jointly undertaking a major study to determine the future of the eastern portion of the elevated Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard from approximately Lower Jarvis Street to just east of the Don Valley Parkway at Logan Avenue.
Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the City of Toronto, completed a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study for the revitalization of Queens Quay in Toronto’s central waterfront. The purpose of the study was to create a plan for Queens Quay that successfully accommodates the various users – pedestrians, transit, cyclists, automobiles, recreational – while enhancing landscape and the public realm; and to develop and evaluate a number of alternative solutions and design concepts for pedestrian, transit, cycling, and automobile improvements along Queens Quay.
In August 2008, the City of Toronto initiated a Class Environmental Assessment Study for a pedestrian and cycle route/bridge over the railway corridors north of Fort York. This bridge is intended to provide a key link between Stanley Park to the north and the western area of the Fort York grounds to the south, improving connections to the waterfront.
Asya Bidordinova, a UofT graduate student, is looking for participants in a survey that is part of her Master of Science in Planning thesis in the UofT Geography Department and Program in Planning. Both cyclists and non-cyclists commuting to the UofT St. George Campus on a regular basis are invited to participate in this survey.
This online survey is anonymous. It will take about 10 minutes of your time. To participate in the survey, please follow the link.