Archive For The “Don Valley” Category

Milkman’s Lane Reconstruction Information Session

By | September 7, 2011

via the City of Toronto: Milkman’s Lane is a 300m, 3m wide gravel surface trail in Rosedale entering the Don Valley from South Drive near Craigleigh Gardens Park. The trail is well-used by hikers, dog-walkers, cyclists and joggers and connects the community to the Don Valley trail network and the Don Valley Brick Works. It [...]

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Tues, June 28th: Trails and the Brickworks Event

By | June 23, 2011

This post is courtesy of Paul Young of the Public Space Workshop: If you have tried to get to the Brickworks or Rosedale Valley Road by bike or on foot you know the challenges.  This workshop will highlight work underway to improve connections and it will identify additional priority improvements. If you want to learn [...]

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Mountain Bike Bridge Sabotage in the Don Valley

By | November 29, 2010

Alarming news out of the Don Valley… a series of bridges constructed by off-road and mountain bike cyclists are being sabotaged… with the clean lines of a sawzall saw being evident: Timothy Charles, founder of the Toronto Off-Road Biking Association, said the supporting beam of the bridge appears to have been deliberately cut partway through [...]

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  1. Weekly Wrap-Up: Bridge Sabotage and Streetcar Death
  2. New Bathurst Bridge To Have Bike Lanes
  3. Metrolinx Ignoring City, Wants a Strachan Ave Super-Bridge

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Solo Ride

By | October 28, 2010

via Xander N’Dante on flickr Related posts:Wet Ride, Shiny Streets

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  1. Wet Ride, Shiny Streets

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Evergreen Brick Works Helps Usher In Cycling Infrastructure on Bayview

By | September 29, 2010

Evergreen Brick Works recently held their grand opening, and while events and a market have been held at the site all summer, access by bicycle has been somewhat limited. Bayview, a street where the speed limit increases to 70 km/h (meaning 90 km/h to far too many drivers) in front of the Brick Works also [...]

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  1. London Invests £111 Million in Cycling Infrastructure
  2. 2010 Toronto Cycling Map has Bike Boxes
  3. BikesandTransit Helps You Get to Free Outdoor Movies in Port Credit

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