In case you missed it, the first Open Streets TO of 2017 was held on the morning of Sunday, August 20. The event closed down parts of Bloor and Yonge streets to car traffic in favour of pedestrians, cyclists, joggers, rollerbladers, scooter-ers and everyone in between. Check out a few photos from the day!
Nothing like an Open Street obstacle course at Sweet Pete's.
Cycle Toronto volunteers, always smiling and ready to talk cycling in the city.
Cycle Toronto garnering public input on where bike lanes should be in the city.
Thanks to all the volunteers who made the event possible!
Imagine if everyday was open streets!
Photos by Allison MacKeller.
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