View Design For New Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge

Dear Liberty Village Residents,

The City of Toronto is in the final stages of detailed design for the new pedestrian / cycling bridge to be constructed over the Metrolinx Union Station Rail Corridor, from Douro Street to the western leg of Western Battery Road.

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We invite you to view the latest drawings and information on our recently updated web page:

www.toronto.ca/king-liberty-bridge

Let us know what you think of this design for the King-Liberty Pedestrian / Cycling Bridge. Although we are at the 90% design stage, there is still some opportunity for minor changes. So tell us what you think could be improved.

Email your comments by September 7, 2017 to Jason.Diceman@toronto.ca

You are also invited to attend a public drop-in event to view these materials in print, discuss with the project team, and provide your feedback in person:

Place: 150 East Liberty Street (use south entrance)
Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017
Times: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Materials to be presented at the event are the same as what is presented on the web page.

www.toronto.ca/king-liberty-bridge

2 Comments on View Design For New Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge

  1. waste of money. This bridge should be a roadway connecting Pirandello with Shaw to alleviate the congestion at East Liberty and Strachan. The roadway could obviously be also used as a pedestrian bridge with sidewalks along the roadway. The more and more condos going up in Liberty and taller the traffic will soon be a nightmare in the area caused by poor planning. One example is that Strachan should have been upgraded to 2 lanes in each direction, but this is now almost impossible.

  2. The John above me is so wrong and a bit clueless.

    I’m also named John, but more roads means more traffic and a pedestrian bridge is great. It will move a lot more people on bikes and feet than a road would encouraging those cyclists and walkers to drive instead.

    It’s 2018 not 1958

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