King St. West at Bay St. to Yonge and Eglington Ave. via Lascelles

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King St. West at Bay St. to Yonge and Eglington Ave via Lascelles

King St. West at Bay St. to Yonge and Eglington Ave via Lascelles


Tags: Bay St., Eglington Ave., Heath St., King St. West, Lascelles, Yonge,

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King St. West at Crawford to Young and St Clair – redux

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King St West at Crawford to Young and St Clair redux

King St. West at Crawford to Young and St. Clair - redux


Tags: King St. West, Crawford St., Yonge, St. Clair, Heath St.,

Biking Toronto Member, Bikeroo, and leckyf suggested some changes to this route. This ‘Redux’ gets around TTC infrastructure along St. Clair near Bathurst and finds a new route to Heath St.

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King St West at Crawford to Yonge and St Clair

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King St West at Crawford to Young and St Clair
Tags: King St. West, Crawford St., Yonge, St. Clair,

Biking Toronto Member Bikeroo added this change to the route using the gmap-pedometer map making application.
Alternate way to Heath  King St West at Crawford to Young and St Clair

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Dufferin Subway Station to Dufferin and Steeles


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Thanks to Biking Toronto member, Todd Tyrtle for making this map.
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Dufferin Subway Station to Dufferin and Steeles Todd Tyrtle 03 24 10 m holloway march 25 2010
Tags: commute, Dufferin, Eglington, safe, Steeles, Yonge,

Todd Tyrtle added these comments:

“I had a few minutes this evening and put in the new route to work. I tweaked it a little from what I originally planned and it works pretty well. The only dicey parts of it are the 401 crossing. Making a left on to Wilson’s a pain and can take some time. Most folks up there ride the sidewalk and hardly anyone walks so I tried that this morning and it was much easier. From Finch on to the end is another part where though it isn’t legal and I can’t officially encourage it, I will say that everyone I’ve ever seen on that road is on the sidewalk. With a 70 (80?) km/hr speed limit and folks who go faster than that routinely I wouldn’t recommend the road to anyone. And there’s no good way around it either. *Other* than that it’s pretty safe. While the route I posted earlier today was prettier, this one’s definitely way less stressful.”

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Dufferin and Steeles to Yonge and Eglington


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Thanks to Biking Toronto member, Todd Tyrtle for making this map.
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North York Dufferin and Steeles to Yonge and Eglington Todd Tyrtle 03 24 10 m holloway march 24 2010
Tags: Dufferin, Eglington, Steeles, Yonge, commute,

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Toronto: Eglington Avenue and Avenue Road to College St. and University Avenue

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Tags: Avenue Road, bicycle, bike, biking, College, commute, Eglington Avenue, mapping, map, route, Toronto, University Avenue, wiki,

Thanks to “Opinionated Lizz” for her Question in Twitter:

And Joe for responding at Biking Toronto Blog:

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Greenwood and Dundas St. East to King St. West and Spadina, via King St.

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Thanks to Biking Toronto member “Dawn”, for making this map. :)

Dawn asked me if there was a commute route that avoids King St. through the core. My solution is a map via Queen’s Quay.

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Tags: Dundas St. East, Greenwood, King St. West, Spadina,

Dawn is the first cyclist (besides me) to create a map for the Bicycle Route Mapping Wiki Project. Thanks Dawn!

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Greenwood and Dundas St. East to King St. West and Spadina via Queen’s Quay

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Dawn a Biking Toronto member asked me to make a map that would avoid King St. through the core (see her map), because it is really dangerous most times of the day – especially at the rush hours when she commutes to work.

This is my solution, it adds 1.6 km to the commute but as soon as your at the bottom of Sherbourne St. you can smell the lake and feel the waves; the air is clean and it’s a good way to start your day – very relaxing. It’s a good way to end your day as well – you can stop for a coffee at Tim Horton’s at 207 Queen’s Quay West at the foot of York St., sit at the Ferry Docks and watch yur ship come in ;). It’s beautiful down there. :)

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Tags: Dundas St. East, Greenwood, King St. West, Queen’s Quay, Spadina,

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