Denison-Bellevue Contraflow Bike Lane Installation
Beginning this fall, the City of Toronto will be installing a contra-flow bike lane on Denison Avenue extending to Bellevue Avenue and on Wolseley Street between Queen Street West and College Street.
Approved by Council in 2017, this contra-flow bicycle lane responds to the Council request to consider provision of a north-south connection between the College Street bike lanes and Richmond-Adelaide separated cycle tracks. Parking boxes will be striped on the west side of the cycling route first. East side on-street parking will be unavailable for the week in the active work area.
There will be impacts on traffic and parking during construction as on-street parking is being flipped to the west side of Denison and Bellevue for the installation of the contra-flow lane on the east curb lane of the roadway, with the exception of Carr to Grange where parking remains on the east side. The net total of car parking spaces will increase along this route.
Start Date: October 24, 2017*
End Date: October 31, 2017
*Timeline is subject to change and is heavily weather dependent.
Click here to view the detailed installation notice.