Great to see. #BikeTO #CycleON #BikeBrampton @STRCanada @EMcMahonBurl @kemosite
Visualizing data helps us better understand how we move
Awesome to see my friend Anthony’s work profiled.
84-year-old Trent University graduate thanks GO Transit for the commute
More pedestrian access coming to The Ex
Former NHL goalie and hockey analyst Glenn Healy marks 25 years as GO Transit commuter
Definitely sharing this post with Dad. A hockey fan and a train fan.
Running Light at the West Toronto Junction
Captured this CP Rail train leaving the MacTier Subdivision (aka “Sub”) and joining the North Toronto Sub on Friday evening.
Coincidentally, saw this thread by the Toronto Railway Museum on the neighbourhood and its railway connection. Great account to follow and the Roundhouse is a wonderful TO place to visit.
Scenes from Today’s #biketo ride & the Challenge with Social Media
Wonderful bike ride this morning to Hummer Bay. What a contrast to last weekend’s weather. Below are some pictures of what I saw along the way. The challenge with social media is that it can often bury pictures and memories in one’s timeline. So, by doing this blog post it’ll be easier for me to go back and remember today’s journey.
Final Phase 1 Update
Lower Don Trail Construction Updates
This is the final post for the Lower Don Construction Blog related to the Phase 1 improvements on the trail, which are now substantially complete with the reopening of the trail on September 23, 2017.
Thank you for following and contributing.
Here are some final updates, forward-looking comments, and ways you can continue to follow trail news and interact with us…
Rail crossing at Pottery Road
Many of you have provided valuable insights into the rail crossing by the new Pottery Road trail bridge.
- Thanks to your comments, this spring, new pavement markings will be applied to the trail leading up to the crossing as well as warning signage adjacent to the trail. The markings, saying “CAUTION [Rail symbol] CROSSING,” will alert riders to the crossing ahead.
- We are also working with Metrolinx to re-examine the P-gate arrangement at the crossing to see if further improvements can be made at…
View original post 461 more words
A Gallery of Throwback Thursdays for 2017
As a Christmas gift to all my readers here, this post is a gallery of the photos I put up on Twitter (@swanboatsteve) for “throwback Thursday” this year. I know that not everyone follows me on social media, and in any event, I wanted to assemble all of the photos in one convenient place.
There is no particular rhyme or reason to this collection beyond whatever happened to be a topic appropriate for the occasion.
Also, an apology to regular readers for the lack of updates, beyond promoting comments, recently. I have been distracted and many articles and ideas are marooned “in progress”. Over the holidays there should be no new political crises to attend to, and I hope to catch up.
Best wishes for the holidays to everyone!
View original post 15 more words