Mar 21, 2010 @ 9:17
Dawn, a Biking Toronto reader, contributed a map to this blogs sister site, the “Toronto/GTA Bicycle Route Mapping Wiki“. It’s the first outside contribution to the project.
Thank You Dawn, your a Saint.
If you make a map but you don’t use Twitter, just leave the maps URL link here in comments – I’ll post it in the Wiki.
Or, if your not a map making type person, request a route: let me know what you will be doing (Safe Commute, Recreation with the kids, or Fast! and Dangerous!). Just leave a note here in comments and I’ll make a map for you.
Dawn left me a message in the comments box after she made her map at the Sport Distance Calculator:
Dawn’s Bike Route to work
Created by : Dawn
Departure city : Toronto
Direct link to this route :
Commentary by creator :
“My current bike route, but would like a less busier one once I get to Yonge.”
King Street West is Busy! I avoid it if I can.
Dawn’s map, on the left is fast and direct; mine, on the right is safe, relaxing, but fairly efficient I think. My route is 1.6 km longer but the reduced stress makes it feel shorter.
Each map here in the blog has a link in it that goes to it’s page in the wiki – so just click on the map for a larger view (opens in a new tab/window).
Posted: March 21st, 2010
Author: michael holloway
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