riding on Woodbine

Toronto, 2017.08.28

Today I had the pleasure of riding up the length of the new cycle lane on Woodbine Avenue - a great ride! Formerly a no-go zone on a bike due to the heavy, stop-and-go traffic, it's now easy with a wide lane between the curb and parked cars that are kept apart from the cyclist by a buffer that prevents dooring.

I rode from Kingston Road up to Cosburn Avenue, a goodly run of the full length of the new cycle lane. At Cosburn I took the older lane on that street across to Donlands Avenue, a total distance of nearly 5km with dedicated cycle lanes.

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