#railpathTO Exhibit Coming to the Urbanspace Gallery

We are happy to announce that SvN’s #railpathTO exhibit will be moving to the Urbanspace Gallery at 401 Richmond St. W. from 4 – 20 September, 2014. It will be presented alongside the ongoing Tapping the Potential of the West Toronto Rail Corridor exhibit, prepared by U of T architecture and urban design graduate students led by Ken Greenberg and Gaston Soucy. Images from the walking and biking tours conducted during the Gladstone Grow Op weekend and shared using the #railpathTO hashtag will also be part of the show. The official opening for both exhibits will be on Thursday, 4 September from 6:00 – 9:00 pm.

About the West Toronto Railpath: The City of Toronto is working on a planning and design study for the extension of the West Toronto Railpath running along the Kitchener (Georgetown) GO Transit rail corridor in the West End of the City. Phase 1 of the West Toronto Railpath opened in 2008 and has gained much interest from local community users and tourists alike. It extends from Cariboo Avenue to Dundas Street West – a distance of approximately 2.1 km. Phase 2 of the Railpath is proposed to extend this multi-use trail by approximately 3.2 km to the Stanley Park / Bathurst St area, intersecting a wide range of Toronto neighbourhoods – Junction Triangle, Brockton, Beaconsfield Village, West Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods, Niagara, Roncesvalles, Parkdale, Liberty Village and Fort York.

In addition to SvN, the project team conducting the environmental assessment study for the West Toronto Railpath Extension includes:

Cycling Infrastructure and Programs, Transportation Services – City of Toronto
Cole Engineering
Victor Ford and Associates
Montgomery Sisam Architects
Public Workshop

To get involved in the study and share your comments with the City, visit the City of Toronto website.

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