Danforth is ideal for cyclists because it’s flat and lacks streetcar tracks. It’s also wide, meaning it could accommodate bike lanes while still making room for automobiles. Parking wouldn’t be a problem because there are plenty of Green P lots in the area — eight from Broadview to Pape alone. Besides, only a small proportion of visitors travel to the Danforth by car — just 19%, according to a 2014 study from the Centre for Active Transport.
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