Overview - Eglinton Crosstown LRT - Design Cocepts and Features
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I agree with you there. I like your blog a lot too. Hope to hear from you more often at concerned citizens. perhaps share your blog too.
I am also for walkable communities, depends what I can walk to though. For example... I wouldn’t like to have a walkable, right next door bordello, but that is just me, I am sure some might like it
You can find a PDF of the proposal here:
They will be including bike lanes on the extension of Davenport Road, but not on St. Clair Avenue W.