St. Lawrence – Distillery Cycling Connections

If we are committed to creating safer streets, we must invest in expanding our network of safe cycling lanes across our communities.

The City of Toronto is proposing to install cycling infrastructure on The Esplanade, Mill Street and Berkeley Street (from The Esplanade to Shuter Street) as well as associated improvements for pedestrians and motor vehicle traffic. A number of options will be developed and presented to the community for feedback and input. A final recommendation will be submitted for approval to the Infrastructure and Environment Committee and City Council in 2020, followed by implementation in late 2020 or 2021.

This work is part of Cycling Network Plan Update approved by City Council in July, 2019 which builds on the Ten-Year Cycling Network Plan to connect, grow and renew cycling infrastructure across the City. The Network Plan includes both a long-term overall proposed network and three-year Near-Term Implementation Program. Please visit the Cycling Network Plan and map of existing bike routes for more information.

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