The MVA trail is very popular from Queen street to the weir. Spadina which is the roadway adjacent to the trail is plagued with noisy and prolific vehicles that are using the road way as a speed track. Significant traffic calming is required in this area so that cyclists and pedestrians are not crunched together on the trail. Bikes are permitted on the roadway but it is only one lane that cars and bikes are supposed to share. This only frustrates motorists even more and they make it very uncomfortable for the person who is cycling. New attractions very close by have also increased the traffic to access the Kinsman park and the Nutrien WonderHub (children's museum) as well as a new development along the river for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. Poorly planned. No creative solutions to take the opportunity to make this a very safe and pleasant experience for active transportation.
From mall toward paved path to 42nd Street/Circle Dr bridge
Adjust the street to accommodate more pedestrians and cyclists, and enable them to maintain safe physical distancing.
Put a buffered bidirectional bike lane on on the south side of Taylor Street by removing the parking lane from Eastlake to Arlington.
The MUP that runs between the sound wall and the freeway south from Taylor Street terminates at Delaronde Cresent. The MUP should be continued all the way to Boychuck Drive. The catwalks that would connect to the MUP it from adjacent crescents already exist.
No walking or biking across rail tracks from 33rd St to 51st St. The city has known about this for decades. There are plans. They are NEVER IMPLEMENTED!
Incomplete pilot project. Removed it. No replacement. It's never going to happen it seems.
Extend bike lane
Pedestrians will never walk the block to legal crossing at La Ronge Rd.
Pave paths that ate worn into the grass. This is very bad in the winter.
Path needs to be paved into alley behind
Everyone uses path to alley behind Luther Care. Pave and maintain please