The City of Toronto is proposing to install a bikeway on Argyle Street from Ossington Avenue to Shaw Street. A combination of "contra-flow" bike lanes, shared travel lanes, and a change to the direction of motor vehicle traffic will provide a legal eastbound and westbound bike route on Argyle Street and connect to existing popular bike routes on Shaw Street and Argyle Street west of Ossington Avenue. Changes to the direction of Halton Street, Bruce Street, and Rebecca Street are also proposed to maintain motor vehicle access into and out of the neighbourhood. This work is part of the City's Council-approved Ten-Year Cycling Network Plan to connect, grow and renew infrastructure for cycling routes across the City.
We invite you to attend a drop-in consultation event to learn more about the proposal for the Argyle Street Bikeway and share feedback. If you are unable to attend, the materials will be posted online the day after the meeting. Contact us with any accessibility requests.
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019.
Time: Drop in anytime between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Location: The Gladstone Hotel, Ballroom, 1214 Queen Street West
For more information, view the meeting notice here.