Car gets stuck in TTC tunnel on Queens Quay – Toronto Star


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Car gets stuck in TTC tunnel on Queens Quay
Toronto Star
In November 2014, crews worked for hours to remove a car that got suck in. Rick Madonik / Toronto Star file photo. In November 2014, crews worked for hours to remove a car that got suck in the Queens Quay TTC tunnel. By: Stephanie Werner Staff Reporter

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A senseless skirmish in Toronto is a welcome reminder to share street space – Greater Greater Washington


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A senseless skirmish in Toronto is a welcome reminder to share street space
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The incident happened on Queens Quay, which runs along Toronto's waterfront and opened with space for pedestrians, cyclists, streetcars and automobiles in June. While local blogs have widely lauded the design, they have also noted its unique challenges.

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Two invasive Asian carp found near Toronto’s waterfront – MetroNews Canada


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Two invasive Asian carp found near Toronto's waterfront
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Two male fish, both fertile, were discovered this week in contained ponds at Tommy Thompson Park near Toronto's waterfront. One fish, over a metre long and weighing almost 40 pounds, was found Monday. The second one, a bit smaller, was caught …

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Cyclist-pedestrian fight highlights confusion along new Queen Quay lanes – Toronto Star


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Cyclist-pedestrian fight highlights confusion along new Queen Quay lanes
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Since unveiling the new Queens Quay in June, Waterfront Toronto received numerous comments from cyclists, pedestrians and drivers who said they don't know how to use the street, said Andrew Hilton, the spokesperson for Waterfront Toronto. “It seems
Pedestrian, cyclist filmed in physical altercation on Queen's Quay bike lane Canadian Cycling Magazine (blog)
Cyclist punched in the face after altercation with pedestrian along Queens QuayGlobalnews.ca

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Cyclist-pedestrian confrontation highlights Queen’s Quay growing pains – MetroNews Canada


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Cyclist-pedestrian confrontation highlights Queen's Quay growing pains
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“The new Queens Quay is, I would say, an exceptional success,” he said. Since unveiling the new Queens Quay in June, Waterfront Toronto received numerous comments from cyclists, pedestrians and drivers who said they don't know how to use the street, …
Pedestrian, cyclist filmed in physical altercation on Queen's Quay bike lane Canadian Cycling Magazine (blog)

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Cyclist-pedestrian fight highlights confusion along new Queen Quay lanes – Toronto Star


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Cyclist-pedestrian fight highlights confusion along new Queen Quay lanes
Toronto Star
Since unveiling the new Queens Quay in June, Waterfront Toronto received numerous comments from cyclists, pedestrians and drivers who said they don't know how to use the street, said Andrew Hilton, the spokesperson for Waterfront Toronto. “It seems

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Pedestrian, cyclist filmed in physical altercation on Queen’s Quay bike lane … – Canadian Cycling Magazine (blog)


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Pedestrian, cyclist filmed in physical altercation on Queen's Quay bike lane
Canadian Cycling Magazine (blog)
Opened on June 19 along Toronto's waterfront, the new Queen's Quay bike lanes are certainly easy on the eyes, hugging the summertime lake shore with an attractive parallel route for pedestrians and cyclists. After months, even years, of construction …

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The unfulfilled promise of the Toronto islands – Toronto Star

The unfulfilled promise of the Toronto islands
Toronto Star
This is the other thing you see down there these days: the mass embrace of a revitalized waterfront. With this summer's completion of the new Queens Quay, and after decades of disappointment, the city-side central waterfront is now officially terrific.

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Queens Quay revitalization project complete – Daily Commercial News


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Queens Quay revitalization project complete
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The $128.9 million Queens Quay revitalization project was funded by the federal, provincial and city governments through Waterfront Toronto, explains a release. The City of Toronto provided $65.2 million, the province $14.5 million, the federal
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Pedestrian punches cyclist in the face for running Queen’s Quay red light … – MetroNews Canada


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Pedestrian punches cyclist in the face for running Queen's Quay red light
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An angry pedestrian was caught on video confronting a cyclist on the new Queen's Quay bike lane at Lower Simcoe, eventually punching him in the face. Pedro Marques said he … Related: Why is Hamilton's bike sharing scheme more popular than Toronto's?
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