If the Cycle Toronto Ring & Post newsletter brought you to us, you might be curious what the story is, so let's give you a bit of background. Ward Advocacy in action? Yup, for sure! The massive project at the TTC Leslie Barns has kept some members of our group very very busy. Detour signs, … Continue reading Ward Advocacy in Action? yes!
Month: April 2015
Ward 30 Bikes celebrates Earth Day!
We'll be celebrating Earth Day at the South Riverdale Health Centre. The SRHC has lots on:· Aboriginal Drumming Circle· Community Clean-Up by COUNTERfitHarm Reduction Program· Tai Chi Demonstration· Bike Safety Check (3-5:30)· Seedling Planting & Kids Craft· Herbal Tea Tasting· Music & Food· Walk to the Ship Channel (5:30-7)· Info Tables & Lucky DrawsYou can find … Continue reading Ward 30 Bikes celebrates Earth Day!
W30B Jane’s Walk: Connecting Riverdale to the Lake – A Quick Start Proposal
Join Us! Sunday, May 3rd at 10:00 am - Leslie Grove Park (corner of Queen and Jones).Ward 30 Bikes members Michael Holloway and Don Merriam will lead a walking description and discussion of Ryerson University, School of Urban & Regional Planning, Advanced Planning Studio Fall 2014 Class Report, "Connecting Greater Riverdale to the Lake".In the … Continue reading W30B Jane’s Walk: Connecting Riverdale to the Lake – A Quick Start Proposal
Janes Walk: Complete Streets (happening in Ward 30!)
Janes Walk is coming up in a few weeks. Here is a great walk happening in our Ward: Complete Streets: the policies and designs that make Toronto's StreetsThe walk will start on the Danforth and go right down Logan, a street for dear to usDetails:Saturday May 2nd 11am sharpStart point: Pape Subway station, Lipton Ave.Walk … Continue reading Janes Walk: Complete Streets (happening in Ward 30!)
Lost Rivers of East Toronto mark possible Canals on the Port Lands; Connect the City to the Lake
I've done more work on the “Canals on the Port Lands” idea that I represented during the July 23-24, 2014 Shipping Channel Charrette organized by City Planning - and in all the phases of the Port Lands Acceleration Initiative (PLAI) public consultation process. The idea is to pinpoint the most effective and sustainable starting points … Continue reading Lost Rivers of East Toronto mark possible Canals on the Port Lands; Connect the City to the Lake