Green P Pedal ‘N Park Locations Throughout Toronto

Earlier, I told you of my recent discovery of sheltered, well-lit bicycle parking in a Green P lot in Yorkville.

Yes, the Toronto Parking Authority is in fact also providing parking for bicycles.

Even better, there is absolutely no cost for using these spots. Simply lock and go.

I contacted the TPA and they’ve provided a list of all Green P lots that currently have bicycle parking. Click on the lot name for maps and more information from the Green P site:

Carpark 1 (20 Charles St.)
8 stands (16 spaces) at the West and NE part of the Garage

Carpark 5 (15 Wellesley St. E.)
2 stands (4 spaces) at the NW Walkway

Carpark 15 (37 Yorkville Ave.)
6 rings (12 spaces)  at the  west wall

Carpark 26 (37 Queen St. E.)
1 stand (2 spaces) adjacent to the NW elevators

Carpark 51 (365 Lippincott St.)
2 stands (4 spaces) near the SW corner of the parking lot

Carpark 52 (40 York St.)
1 rack (7 spaces) outside York St. entrance

Carpark 58 (9 Bedford Rd.)
2 stands (4 spaces) near the TTC generators, West edge of the carpark on Bedford Rd.

Carpark 68 (20 St. Andrew St.)
2 racks (14 spaces) outside southern entrance on St. Andrew St. –  7 stands (14 spaces) southern corner

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Duncan rides bicycles in the city of Toronto and contributes to the main blog of BikingToronto as well as writing and taking photos for his blog Duncan's City Ride.

Comments

  1. I think Toronto Parking Authority should change those signs so its not a Tour-de-France style rider on the bike.

  2. Good point. Actually, I think we need to get the icon guy a bike in the first place. He’s just making due with a couple of hula-hoops right now.

  3. True… It looks like a rhythmic gymnast… getting ready to throw a hoop in the air.

    No bike has handlebars that go through the front wheel (although that may be interesting…).

  4. Thanks for the list. I’m hoping to see more Green P Parking lots add bike parking. It would be a nice alternative to on street parking on the ring posts.

    Sometimes, it’s hard to find a decent spot to park my bike, so this’ll be good.

  5. Yeah, I was familiar with bike parking at a couple of these locations, but not all. The city has done an excellent job installing thousands upon thousands of post and rings for temporary bike parking. But it’s certainly becoming clear that this just isn’t enough for particularly popular areas. And, throw a special event into the mix and you’ve got a lot of people either walking aimlessly looking for bike parking, or hanging their bikes from fences and trees.

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