King/Liberty Cycling Link

The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Schedule “C”) to determine possible locations for the construction of a pedestrian/cyclist link through the CN/CP railway corridor between Atlantic Avenue and Strachan Avenue, along with a workplan for achieving this pedestrian/cyclist link. A pedestrian/cyclist link would result an enhanced pedestrian and cyclist environment, allowing for improved access between the communities north and south of the CN/CP railway tracks.

The study area is bounded by Queen Street West to the north, CN railway corridor to the south, Strachan Avenue to the east and Atlantic Avenue to the west.

The study team is planning the first Public Open House (see attached notice) for Tuesday, March 9, 2010 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Liberty Market Building, 171 East Liberty Street, Tenant’s Lounge, 2nd Floor. The entrance is off East Liberty Street beside the Bank of Montreal. Members of the public will be invited to drop in to view information displays, provide their comments and speak one on one with project staff.

king-liberty-flyer-final-feb-19-2010.pdf