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    Hindu Prarthana Samaj (62 Fern Avenue) - Renovation

    not that i could find
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    Brampton Queen & McVean | 115.2m | 34s | Bramcon | Icon

    You do not need more highway space for more people if you create places to live, work, and study in close density. Brampton has a chance to densify without the 413 that is slowly slipping away.
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    Toronto Ontario Line 3 | ?m | ?s

    Well, it's bay through to Victoria, which might seem like a short distance but contains important start/end destinations like the Eaton centre, st michaels hospital, some theatres, and the old city hall. Navigating through the pedestrians at rush hour while walking your bike slows down the...
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    Toronto Ontario Line 3 | ?m | ?s

    As a biker frequently taking Queen St downtown, it's frustrating to see that we were not considered in the shut down of queen between bay and Victoria for the OL. I wonder whether it would have really been that project-limiting to save 4ft of roadway for bikes to move through the intersections...
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    Toronto GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    In the Netherlands, many of the grates for sewers are vertically installed along the bike lane curb. I wonder if the city could emulate that if extending curbs, providing drainage to the existing system without having to relocate the sewers entirely...
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    Toronto GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    Maybe this is demonstrating my complete lack of knowledge in construction and structural engineering. But why would they have to disrupt the retaining walls to fill in some of the existing road on Bloor Street running underneath the overpass (the part with bike lanes) with concrete up to the...
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    Toronto GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    I mean yeah, I suppose cost is always it, isn't it. Didn't they completely tear down the grading of the old sidewalks and then re-pour the concrete? I wasn't suggesting regrading the whole underpass though, just the bike lanes on either side.
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    Toronto GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    I know it's too late but every time I go under the Kitchener GO and Barrie GO trains on Bloor, I wonder why the sidewalks were not expanded to accommodate a grade separated protected bike lane as opposed to having the bike lanes run right beside the cars under the passes. Especially because they...
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    Toronto GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    Any idea when we can expect to hear from the province on whether they will fund it? Haven't seen anything about it yet. So sad to see it delayed yet again, the project seems to be a victim of being the cheapest/least complicated of the 5 proposed stations - fortunately plans for increased...
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    SmartTrack (Proposed)

    This kind of finger pointing at the City of Toronto is not helpful. You could just as easily point the finger at GTA municipalities with massive populations of commuters who live somewhere cheaper but come into Toronto to use our highways, roadways, transit, and public services daily at no cost...
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    Toronto 1319 Bloor West | 105.3m | 31s | KingSett Capital | Hariri Pontarini

    The linked website is no longer available. Anyone know how much the developer committed? Now that there are questions whether the GO station will even be built, does anyone know what happens to the promise to contribute to construction costs for the station?
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    Toronto 1293 Bloor West | 104.6m | 28s | RioCan | Kirkor Architects

    Would be great if the city gets them to build an entrance that connects to the Lansdowne subway station on the southwest corner of Bloor and Lansdowne. It would widen the sidewalk and get all pedestrians that will be connecting from the new Bloor Lansdowne GO station off the ground level...

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