Archive For The “leslie street” Category

The News Cycle for Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011

By | November 8, 2011

Cycling safely toward a better city [Toronto Star] Mostly an article with Gil Penalosa of 8-80 Cities about what is needed to make Toronto a great cycling city (hint – it’s things other cities like NYC, London, Montreal and Vancouver are doing) Bixi Toronto Newsletter – November 2011 [Bixi] The November edition of Bixi Toronto’s [...]

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Making Leslie St. Safer for Cyclists and Pedestrians

By | November 25, 2010

On Saturday, Nov. 20th, a group of people in South Riverdale got together to have a look at the safety features (or lack thereof) for pedestrians and cyclists on the stretch of Leslie Street between Lake Shore Boulevard and Queen St. The street will be reconstructed when the TTC builds their new streetcar car barns [...]

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  1. Reminder: Leslie Street Reconstruction Meeting Tonight
  2. Public Comments about Leslie Street and Eastern Avenue Bikelanes
  3. Does TTC Environmental Assessment for Lakeshore Facility ignore Cyclists?

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Does TTC Environmental Assessment for Lakeshore Facility ignore Cyclists?

By | October 3, 2010

The TTC is planning on building a substantial “Barns” facility on the southeast corner of Leslie St. and Lake Shore Blvd., and has just completed an Environmental Assessment. Paul Young of the South Riverdale Community Health Centre has sent along his review of the EA: As you may know SET BUG and Bike Sauce have [...]

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  1. New Unwin Bridge Coming for Martin Goodman Trail
  2. SmartCentres and their Dumb BigBox Parking Lot Plan for the Lakeshore Multi-Use Path
  3. Public Comments about Leslie Street and Eastern Avenue Bikelanes

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