DTAH has been working with The City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation as well as with consultants Workshop Architecture, Dillon Consulting, ASI Heritage and A.W. Hooker, to deliver one of Toronto’s future great places: The Green Line.
The project will transform disconnected land in the Dupont hydro corridor into a beautiful, continuous park and trail, connecting multiple communities and becoming a citywide destination. The park will stretch 5km from Earlscourt Park to the Annex, linking neighbourhoods that are currently low in green space with off-street routes for cycling and walking.
Learn more about the project by joining the Jane’s Walk on May 6th. The free walking tour is inspired by Jane Jacobs, and encourages the public to explore their cities, and connect with neighbours.
Brent Raymond, Partner at DTAH will lead the Green Line Walk, divided into two sections (east and west), and will present the findings from Phase 1 of the study, which focuses on environmental and archaeological assessments and identifies opportunities and constraints along the corridor that will inform the overall conceptual master plan of the Green Line.
Visit the Jane’s Walk website for more information and register for these free events: