Category Archives: Don Valley Cable Car
DVP was closed, Prince Edward Viaduct was lit blue, sun had set. Advertisements
Here’s the article from the Globe and Mail. The event at the Brickworks is coming up on April 21st.
Vancouver is also looking at a gondola as a means of transporting people to SFU. http://www.translink.ca/en/Plans-and-Projects/Rapid-Transit-Projects/Burnaby-Mountain-Gondola.aspx
This isn’t the Half Mile Bridge across the Don in Toronto. It;s the Kinzua Sky Walk in Pennsylvania. This old railroad structure continued all the way across the valley however a tornado with a somewhat rusty structure meant half of it … Continue reading
Written by Nick Tunnacliffe, Cambridge ave resident. Nick is a retired Urban and Regional Planner. I attended the public meeting held on 8 March at Estonia House and have the following comments. I spend part of my year in Puerto … Continue reading
Last Thursday’s meeting hosted by Bullwheel, moderated by Lura Consulting, was well attended by the community with about 150 participants. In addition to Bullwheel, The City and Evergreen Brickworks were there as well. Steve Dale’s presentation took us through their thinking … Continue reading
This is not the easiest view of the Viaduct to get. It’s taken looking south east from halfway up the DVP on-ramp which is not the most pedestrian friendly spot to get to. However it is one of the most … Continue reading
It’s interesting that the developers took the trouble to create two cards.