Archive For The “trails” Category

The News Cycle for Friday, Feb. 10, 2012

By | February 10, 2012

Rush hour parking hogs to face $150 fine [The Star] Motorists should be dinged $150 for parking on busy streets in rush hour, or blocking a bicycle lane any time, city council decided. The city must now seek court approval before it can increase the fine from the current $60 for parking during rush hour — [...]

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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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Hydro Corridor Multi-Use Trail Construction Update

By | January 12, 2011

I mentioned Cyclometer, the City’s cycling newsletter in Monday’s post about the nice maps and photos compiled of biking infrastructure projects started or completed in 2010, and thought I’d highlight another item from the latest issue, namely the construction progress of multi-use trails in Hydro and Rail Corridors in Scarborough and North York. I’ll paste [...]

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