City Cycling Survey Seeks Submissions

In Weston we can cycle down to Lake Ontario and beyond on what’s now called the Pan-Am Path. Travelling north isn’t so smooth as there is a gap between St Phillips Road and Cardell Avenue involving a life-threatening trip along Weston Road.

The gap between St Phillips and Cardell Avenue. Taken from Pan Am Path site.
The gap between St Phillips and Cardell Avenue. Taken from Pan Am Path site.

The City is working on bridging the gap plus it is committed to adding 100 Km of protected lanes and 100 km of bicycle boulevards by 2018.

Taken from Pan Am Path site.
The entire Pan Am Path. From Pan Am Path site.

In addition to this, they are working on a 10-year plan to improve Toronto cycling facilities and would like citizen input in order to steer their priorities.

It’s probably a good idea for Weston residents to express their views. Take the survey here.