We invite you to explore the proposed route and help shape what will become Toronto's premiere piece of cycling infrastructure. Join us on a series of guided walking and cycling tours that promise to reveal the landscape of the rail corridor. Guided tours will depart from the Gladstone lobby at:
You can also download maps for self-guided walking and cycling tours here:
Tours are expected to take approximately one hour and will return to the Gladstone.
Images, objects and stories harvested from the Railpath will be shared as part of the Gladstone Grow Op show and be used to develop the design of the extension. Please share your photos, ideas, impressions and suggestions on twitter or instagram at #railpathTO
You'll need to turn on your location services for your shared content to be part of the exhibition. If you're unsure of how to activate this, see the links below for more information:
You can also email us at railpathTO@regionalarchitects.com.
Join us at the Gladstone Hotel for the second annual Gladstone Grow Op exhibit starting at 7PM on Friday April 25th.
Tickets are $10.
Please contact Grow Op at the Gladstone for more information.
regionalArchitects is a unique architecture, planning and urban design practice with strong roots in public engagement. We believe that placemaking through site-specific installations and community engagement can tell stories that resonate with citizens and visitors in dynamic and insightful ways.
The West Toronto Railpath Extension Gladstone Grow Op Exhibit is brought to you by:
The City of Toronto is working on a planning and design study for the extension of the West Toronto Railpath running along the Kitchener (Georgetown) GO Transit rail corridor in the West End of the City.
Phase 1 of the West Toronto Railpath opened in 2008 and has gained much interest from local community users and tourists alike. It extends from Cariboo Avenue to Dundas Street West - a distance of approximately 2.1 km.
Phase 2 of the Railpath is proposed to extend this multi-use trail by approximately 3.2km, reaching the Stanley Park / Bathurst St area, while intersecting some of Toronto’s most vital neighbourhoods – Junction Triangle, Brockton, Beaconsfield Village, West Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods, Niagara, Roncesvalles, Parkdale, Liberty Village and Fort York.
The consultant team conducting the environmental assessment study for the West Toronto Railpath Extension includes:
To get involved in the study and share your comments with the City, visit City of Toronto website.