Trinity Bellwoods Multi-use Path Upgrade Open House: Feb 24

The City of Toronto’s Cycling Infrastructure and Programs unit is hosting a Public Open House on proposed upgrades to the existing multi-use paths in Trinity Bellwoods Park. It will be important for cyclists and pedestrians to attend and share their feedback on the proposed realignment and resurfacing, both with City staff and fellow park users.

Date: Wednesday, February 24

Time: 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Location: Trinity C.R.C., 155 Crawford St., Assembly Hall

In the fall and winter of 2008-09, the City of Toronto worked with local cyclists to identify ways to improve cycling conditions in the west end of downtown. Two routes identified through this process (10 Argyle-Robinson, and 29A Strachan-Shaw) require connections through Trinity Bellwoods Park.

To provide these connections through the park, the City is proposing to upgrade the existing multi-use path through realignment and resurfacing. The purpose of the proposed changes is to improve bikeway connections while making the paths safer and more comfortable for all path users, including pedestrians. Detailed drawings will be on display at the Open House.

For more information click here. If you are unable to attend the open house and would like to provide feedback, a comment form will be posted online during the week of the Open House.

Posted On: February 9, 2010