The Globe&Mail: West Toronto Railpath Extension

If plans to extend the two-kilometre-long West Toronto Railpath to its full six kilometres come to fruition, it could become a veritable bike commuter's superhighway running all the way from the Junction neighbourhood directly into the downtown core.

When finished, the corridor could function as a bike commuters' superhighway.

Mike Foderick, one of the founders of the Friends of West Toronto Railpath, emphasizedunderlines how important it is to make use of Toronto's underused industrial corridors for recreational purposes.

The Toronto Railpath, a 2.1-kilometre narrow road that runs beside the railroad north from Dundas Street West and Sterling Avenue to Cariboo Avenue and Osler Street.

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