A vision to create a 5km linear park in Toronto’s Dupont hydro corridor


A “brilliant proposal” whose “time has come.” — Toronto Star editorial, October 2015

The Green Line is a vision to transform the hydro corridor that runs five kilometres from Earlscourt Park to Spadina Road into a connected linear park and trail.

It is a project of Park People, in partnership with the Friends of the Green Line and Workshop Architecture.

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The Green Line runs through several neighbourhoods that the City has identified as low in parkland.

Rendering: Workshop Architecture

Rendering: Workshop Architecture

The land in the hydro corridor consists of a series of underused urban spaces that offer an opportunity to create new green spaces and connect communities from Davenport Village into the Annex.


By building community partnerships to improve public space along the Green Line, hosting fun events to highlight the potential of the corridor, and working with the City of Toronto on tangible progress, we can realize the vision of a connected Green Line park.

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title image by Sammy Tangir