Tag: Pedestrians

Martin Goodman Trail Unwin Connection

The Martin Goodman Trail (MGT) is part of a larger network of over 300 km of trails within the City of TorontoThe Unwin Avenue section of the MGT will fill in a missing link to complete a 20 km trail along Toronto’s waterfront from the western to the eastern beaches.This connection was identified in the… Read more »

City to complete Martin Goodman Trail

By Clare Rayment, Staff Reporter, Toronto Star Sat., May 12, 2018 The city will fill in the final gap in the Martin Goodman Trail, the waterfront path that runs along Lake Ontario from Rouge Park in the east to the Humber River in the west, Mayor John Tory announced on Saturday. Speaking at a news… Read more »

City of Toronto announces upcoming construction to complete the Martin Goodman Trail

On May 12th Mayor John Tory joined Councillor Paula Fletcher (Ward 30 Toronto-Danforth), City staff and representatives from the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and CreateTO at Tommy Thompson Park to announce the plans to complete a section of the Martin Goodman Trail along Unwin Avenue this summer. This section of the Martin Goodman Trail… Read more »

City installs pedestrian signals at DVP on-ramp from Bloor Viaduct

MAR 20, 2018 BY DAVID NICKLE   TORONTO.COM Getting onto the Don Valley Parkway from the Bloor Viaduct may become a little slower for cars — but thanks to a new signalized pedestrian crossing, walking between the viaduct and the Broadview/Danforth intersection is set to become much safer. The signals at the northbound on-ramp to the DVP from the… Read more »