IMPORTANT -ACTION REQUIRED BY DECEMBER 10.2023
We have received the following 2 surveys from the City of Toronto .
The most important is survey #1 relating to new bicycle routes in the City for the period 2025-2027.
We currently have an existing route on Lascelles but the plan appears to include Duplex as well as Yonge Street north of Chaplin and Davisville.
Please respond to at least Survey #1 as this issue is important to our community. There is an interactive map where you may make comments.
The Bicycle Lobby is strong and supported be City Council.
Unfortunately, our previous encounters with the City on this issue have not been productive and we have felt that our (as well as other Ratepayers Groups were not taken seriously or that they listened to our concerns.
PLEASE CIRCULATE TO YOUR NEIGHBOURS OR OTHERS IN YOUR CIRCLE.
If you have comments please send them to Councillor Josh Matlow Josh.Matlow@toronto.ca and copy the OPA at email@example.com.
SURVEY #1 MOST IMPORTANT FOR CHAPLIN ESTATES!!
Expanding Cycling Network: Have your say now!
The City of Toronto wants to hear from you to help us make recommendations on which bikeways to build, upgrade and study in 2025 to 2027.
More people are cycling now than ever. The City helps make traveling by bike safer by building bikeways, like physically separated cycle tracks, bike lanes, neighbourhood routes, and multi-use trails. The City is planning where to build and upgrade bikeways next, and we want your input.
Learn more how you can get involved in person or online by visiting:
SURVEY #2 GENERAL ON TYPES OF SMALL TRANSPORT
City of Toronto public survey on micromobility (e.g. bikes, e-bikes, scooters, etc)
The City of Toronto is seeking your feedback and the input from your members on new forms of mobility called micromobility on City streets and bike lanes. These include bikes, e-bikes, scooters and more. The public survey is now live on the city’s website and will be open until December 13.
The results from this survey will be used along with other public engagement, research and input to develop a city-wide strategy for micromobility, including what new forms of mobility might be allowed in future on streets and/or in bike lanes. For more information, please visit our webpage.
Kindly circulate the following blurb to your members:
We need your input to shape the future of micromobility in Toronto! The City is seeking feedback from residents to develop a citywide strategy that addresses micromobility, vehicles that include bikes, e-bikes, scooters and more. Help guide the future of micromobility and fill out the survey today https://s.cotsurvey.chkmkt.com/micromobility