Wellesley-Hoskin Bike Lane Upgrades - 2nd Public Meeting
Please join us for the second of two Public Meetings on bike lane upgrades to the Wellesley-Hoskin corridor happening on Sept 11 from 4:30-7:30pm at Seeley Hall at the University of Toronto.
Transportation Staff are now studying the Wellesley Street, and Hoskin Corridor to develop some possible designs for how these bicycle lanes can be improved. Staff have already done extensive research in the development of recommendations for improvements existing bicycle lanes for Sherbourne Street, and so some of the lessons learned from Sherbourne may be considered for the Wellesley-Hoskin Corridor.
Cycle Toronto encourages members and non-members alike to attend the second of two public meetings for stakeholders to contribute to this project, and discuss how they think Wellesley St. and Hoskin Ave should be improved.
Physically separated bike lanes connected in an overall network have been demonstrated to dramatically increase the number of cyclists using the facilities. Learn more about physically separated bike lanes here.
Go to the City's website to learn more about the public meeting.