The Pan Am Path

The Pan Am PathToronto city council votes Tuesday to approve $1.9-million to support the Pan Am Path. The Pan Am Path is an ambitious bike route that would connect over 80km of trails across Toronto.

Starting at the Claireville Reservoir in the west end of the city, the Pan Am Path follows the Humber River down to the waterfront, traversing the Martin Goodman Trail to the Don River where it continues North before transferring to the Hydro Corridor in the East end of the city. The trail follows the corridor to Highland Creek where it ends at the shore of Lake Ontario, just a few minutes south of Rouge Park.

Here's the map of the Pan Am Path, which would be ready by the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.

I hope we build this path. We deserve it.

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My goal is to ride the whole thing (at once) before winter.

July 15, 2013 @ 12:29 PM

4x4 Time

Too have a walking, running, biking trail connecting the entire city would be pretty cool. 2 million as part of the Pan Am budget should be a slam dunk vote..

July 15, 2013 @ 3:21 PM

allan bowen

I commute to work from lakeshore and twelfth street to langstaff and jane for the past 6 years.I mostly use Royal York road and bike friendly side streets.I recently rode to a family members home and took main streets until I reach Bayviw extension I decided to take moor park dr over to mountpleasent dr. I DECIDED to follow the bike path 42 and enjoyed it very much I have been on vacation this past week and have decided to check out the bike trails here in the city and suronding area and yes the city are trying and some trails are good and some leaves you wondering what is this but it takes time I AM HAPPY FOR THE EFFORT.

July 16, 2013 @ 4:12 PM


Appears to be more Glee fans than cyclists here :(

July 17, 2013 @ 5:03 PM

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