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May 7, 2004
City distributes new cycling map
  
Members of the public can now pick up the 2004 City of Toronto Cycling Map at
City Hall, civic centres, community and recreation centres and bike shops.

The free Cycling Map provides a wealth of information for cyclists - from how
to get around the city to how to become more involved in the cycling community.
The map illustrates the City's Bikeway Network, comprised of bicycle lanes,
shared roadway routes and off-street paths, and also suggests informal routes
in areas of the City where the Bikeway Network is still under development. Also
included is information on cycling safely, avoiding collisions, preventing
bicycle theft and details of the City's cycling programs, including Bike Week
and the Cycling Ambassadors.

The map is a joint project of City staff and the Toronto Cycling Committee. The
comprehensive map is a component of the Toronto Bike Plan, the City's plan to
"shift gears" and create a more bicycle-friendly Toronto.

For more information, call 416-392-7592 or visit the City's cycling Web site at
http://www.toronto.ca/cycling.

Media contacts:
Dan Egan, Works and Emergency Services, 416 392-9065
Sean Wheldrake, Urban Development Services, 416 392-1143 or
416 988-4569 (cell)



 

 

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