PATH Extension

What you need to know about the new PATH extension

A new footbridge connects the PATH all the way to Queens Quay
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Up for a lunch-break adventure? A brisk 15-minute walk from First Canadian Place through Union Station and the Air Canada Centre will take you to the new PATH extension. And you can take that all the way to…another food court.

But if you’re wearing your outdoor shoes, you can skip on down to the waterfront (we live beside a lake, remember?) to stretch your legs and breathe in a bit of non-recycled air. Plus, the extension itself is pretty cool — one of the sections of indoor footbridge sits above a Gardiner offramp. Another bridge lies just eight inches below the Gardiner’s underbelly, offering a construction worker’s-eye view of the crumbling in real time. 

New PATH Extension

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This story is from our Spring 2015 issue.

 

 


Photo by Braden Alexander