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EVENT: Oct. 2 – Re-Visioning Yonge Cycling Workshop


As an initial step in the revisioning of Yonge Street, Cycle Toronto is facilitating a community conversation that will result in a comprehensive, high level gap analysis. We’ll be reviewing the whole of the Yonge Street corridor – from Steeles to Lake Ontario.We’ll start our conversation at the workshop by identifying safety hotspots and barriers to safe cycling. This will lead to a vision of the Yonge corridor transformed into a more complete neighbourhood street, with safe, connected cycling routes.

Date: Wed, Oct. 2

Time: 6:30-9pm


Councillor Karen Stintz (Ward 16)
Councillor Josh Matlow (Ward 22)
Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27)

Contact: midtown@cycleto.ca


Northern District Library, Room 200, 40 Orchard View Boulevard

Full details: Re-Visioning Yonge Cycling Workshop | Cycle Toronto.

  • Concerned

    To even think you could talk about a bike lane and Yonge St. in the same breath is totally absurd. This city was not made for bikes and cars to share the same space.. You must think in terms of separate bike paths away from congested streets.

  • You’re right… Yonge street was made for horses and pedestrians, then bicycles, and finally cars after they were eventually invented.. Bikes should have separated space, ON streets.