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Help Make Separated Bike Lanes on Wellesley-Hoskin a Reality

Via Cycle Toronto:

Join us next Tuesday September 11th from 4:30pm – 7:30pm for the second public meeting on bike lane upgrades to the Wellesley-Hoskin corridor at Seeley Hall – Trinity College (6 Hoskin Avenue, University of Toronto Campus). Help make separated bike lanes in Toronto a reality!

Cycle Toronto is calling on cyclists and everyone who lives, works or plays along Hoskin Ave and Wellesley St to attend Tuesday’s meeting, the second of two public meetings for stakeholders. The second public meeting will explore options for the development of detailed designs and is an important opportunity for all stakeholders to have their say on proposed upgrades to the corridor.

The City needs to hear from you!

Given the important impacts that would result from proposed changes, City staff are consulting extensively with property owners, residents along Wellesley Street and Hoskin Ave and the general public. Physically separated bike lanes connected in an overall network have been demonstrated to dramatically increase the number of cyclists using the facilities.

Show your support for separated bike lanes  and attend the second public consultation on the Wellesley-Hoskin bike lane upgrades!

Learn more about physically separated bike lanes.

Click here to learn more about the public meeting.

Event date:  11 September, 2012 – 16:30 – 19:30
Location: Seeley Hall – Trinity College
Wellesley-Hoskin Corridor

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