The first map shows the relationship between potential station areas downtown and the PATH pedestrian network. The PATH is a network of climate controlled pedestrian walkways connecting a wide range of buildings and destinations to subway and rail stations in Toronto’s Downtown. The PATH Network, as it is now known, extends across the downtown from south of Union Station to north of Dundas Street, and from west of University Avenue to Yonge Street. The network passes through a wide range of privately and publicly owned buildings and properties. (Source: PATH Pedestrian Network Master Plan, January 2012) Find out more information about the PATH Master Plan.
The second map shows the relationship between potential station areas and cycling infrastructure in the study area, including existing and proposed bike lanes, shared roads and trails. Connections between potential station areas and the PATH and bike network are shown. – See more at: http://reliefline.ca/current-work/existing-conditions/path-and-bike#sthash.ZKRRbpDF.dpuf