Over the last few weeks, I have had some communications with Adam Giambrone and his staff. They informed me about the Dupont St. bike lanes that are being planned, and announced it publicly on Wednesday evening at a meeting of the South Junction Triangle Residents Association.
According to Chris Gallop (Adam Giambrone's constituency assistant), the current timeline for implementation is: "The report is going to the Works Committee next Tuesday, City Council at the end of the month, and if approved they should be installed by approximately the end of the summer."
Here is the map (PDF) of the proposed Annette and Dupont St. bike lanes, including the on-street parking configurations.
More background and design details about Annette, St., Dupont St., Pharmacy Rd. (Scarborough), and others can be found in this document (PDF) too.
I also just received this email from the City's Bike Plan people this afternoon:
The Transportation Services report which, among other bikeways, recommends bicycle lanes along Annette Street between Runnymede Road and Dundas Street West, and along Dupont Street between Dundas Street West and Lansdowne Avenue, will be considered by the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday, June 4, 2008, at Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 1. The meeting will begin at 9:30 am. The report, referenced as PW16.2, can be accessed via the following link:
If you wish to make a deputation on this item, contact the committee secretary, Ros Dyers, at email@example.com or 416-392-8018 before noon on Tuesday, June, 3, 2008. For more information on making a deputation please go to the following link: http://www.toronto.ca/city_council/deputation.htm
If you want to help support the installation of these bike lanes, please make sure you write to the following people before noon on Tuesday, and reference agenda item PW 16.2.: