A detailed analysis of Toronto’s highways and railways, and their impact on walkability.
Category Archives: Active Transport
Public Review Update: Toronto’s Regional Trail Strategy
About a year ago, I reviewed a draft version of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) Trail Strategy for the Greater Toronto Region (Trail Strategy). I focused on the parts of it within the City of Toronto, and suggested: The TRCA published a final Trail Strategy, which was endorsed by their board on SeptemberContinue reading “Public Review Update: Toronto’s Regional Trail Strategy”
Pan Am Path: An Update on our Legacy
Reviewing the Pan Am Path, and the gaps that have been filled or remain after the 2015 games.
Golf: The Scourge of Ravines
An evaluation of Toronto’s golf courses and their need / potential as parkland.
Public Review: A Regional Trail Strategy for Toronto
The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has released a draft of the Trail Strategy for the Greater Toronto Region (Trail Strategy). As someone who has accumulated over 1,000 kilometres of hiking experience across Toronto, I wanted feedback based on these experiences, specific to the proposed regional trail network within the City of Toronto, andContinue reading “Public Review: A Regional Trail Strategy for Toronto”