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Originally Posted by FBinNY View Post
Statistics tell a broad story, but there's nothing like specific local knowledge to give them meaning.

I don't live in Toronto, but than you on behalf of anybody who rides there.
I think you will get even more meaning behind those markers if you compare them to traffic congestion during rush hour.


Parklawn & Lakeshore: Bike trail ends there and riders need to make a left onto lakeshore. The intersection is moderately busy to start with, since it is an exit point to Gardiner Hwy, but there are also streetcar tracks on that section of lakeshore to complicate things further.
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