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Re-Visioning Yonge Cycling Workshop

Toronto needs a safe cycling route along the Yonge Street corridor. Cycle Toronto is hosting a workshop in conjunction with city councillors to consider possible routes either on Yonge or nearby streets all the way from the lake to Steeles. Interested cyclists are invited to participate. Come to Northern District Library, October 2nd at 6:30 p.m. Details at http://cycleto.ca/event/yonge-workshop

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  • David B.

    I cannot make it but I'm interested to hear how the meeting goes

    October 1, 2013

  • David B.

    Interesting. I have biked from downtown to Yonge and Finch many times. There's no easy path for a bicycle and passing the 401 going uphill is not fun. Maybe I can join and say something. I would like bike lanes or maybe even a dedicated bike path or trail close to or on Yonge St.

    1 · September 22, 2013

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