The Oriole Park Association

Log in
  • Home
  • News
  • ActiveTO Midtown Complete Street Pilot : Bloor to Davisville

ActiveTO Midtown Complete Street Pilot : Bloor to Davisville

April 15, 2021 12:33 PM | David McMahon (Administrator)

ActiveTO Midtown Complete Street Pilot



Artistic rendering of the complete street pilot project for Yonge Street between Bloor St. and Davisville Ave. There are two lanes of vehicle traffic, protected bike lanes, curb lane cafes and people walking on the sidewalk.Artistic rendering of the proposed Complete Street with people cycling in protected bike lanes, people driving in travel lanes and people enjoying curb lane CaféTO patios at Yonge St. and Woodlawn Ave. E. looking southbound.

Get Involved

Virtual Public Meeting

Listen to a project overview, ask questions and provide feedback on how the street will look and function on April 27.

Give your feedback in a Virtual Public Meeitng on April 27 or a business loading survey on the ActiveTO Midtown Complete Street Pilot.. RIGHT CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW AND OPEN IN NEW TAB

Register Opens in new window .

Complete the Survey Opens in new window

About the Pilot

In April 2021, Toronto City Council approved the installation of a temporary Complete Street Pilot on Yonge Street between Bloor Street and Davisville Avenue as part of the City’s Pandemic Mobility Recovery Strategy.

Yonge Street is proposed to be transformed into a complete street through the CaféTO and ActiveTO programs, which were both created in 2020 as quick-start COVID-19 response programs. CaféTO provided urgent support to hundreds of local restaurants and ActiveTO has connected the City’s cycling network like never before.

The pilot will provide support for local businesses and surrounding communities by expanding outdoor patio areas, improving safety and comfort for everyone, and providing a safe and protected bike lane along the Line 1 subway.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software