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March 3, 2000
City Hosts Seminars and Releases New Cycling Map
The City of Toronto's Cycling Committee with staff from Urban Development
Services, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism and the Works departments,
will host a booth, seminars and release a new cycling map at the 14th Annual
Toronto International Bicycle Show from Friday, March 3 to Sunday, March 5.

The display booth located in Hall B of the National Trade Centre, Exhibition
Place will be open Fri., March 3 (noon to 9 p.m.), Sat. March 4 (10 a.m. to 8
p.m.) and Sun. March 5 (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Seminars are scheduled on Fri.,
March 3 (2, 4 and 6 p.m.), Sat., March 4 (11 a.m., 2, 4 and 6 p.m.) and Sun.,
March 5 (11 a.m., 2 and 4 p.m.).

Toronto Parks and Recreation will release its brand new Toronto Cycling Map at
the largest bike show in Canada. The map provides details on the many
designated bike lanes, signed bike routes, as well as bike trails in parks.

The Toronto Cycling Committee (TCC) welcomes the public's input on the Master
Cycling Plan Study, to visit the display booth and talk to TCC members about
bicycle safety and the City's many services and programs such as the Road and
Trail Safety Ambassadors, CAN-BIKE and Bike Week.

The Road & Trail Safety Ambassadors are a team of safety experts who provide
safety information to all road and trail users - cyclists, pedestrians, in-line
skaters, and motor vehicle drivers. They operate throughout the City from four
base locations: north, south, east and west.

The Toronto Cycling Committee is a citizen body that works with community
groups and City Council to build a social, physical and economic infrastructure
that supports and encourages bicycle use in Toronto.

For more information, call (416) 392-7592. For a free copy of the Toronto
Cycling Map, call (416) 338-0338, or visit the City's web site at:

Media Contact
Access Toronto
(416) 338-0338



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