The O train pathway, now known as the the Trillium path (or was it Bikeway?) saw the first directional bike signs, but the arrows are missing. And some asphalt too.
Cool update: it was announced just before the open house that the entire path will be paved afterall. Some money was found.
There will be an open house public meeting for the O-Train Trillium path extension from Young to Carling Avenue, on May 13, from 6 to 8.30pm, at St Anthony Hall (on the pathway). The city proposes construction for this fall. The path will be widened, landscaped, and partially paved.