Green P grows Greener
TORONTO, April 23, 2014 /CNW/ - Inspired by Earth Day, the Toronto Parking Authority will host an event to announce Green P's new "Growing Green" initiatives and highlight current green commitments.
|What:||Green P Grows Greener: Join city officials and Toronto citizens to celebrate TPA's commitment to a cleaner, greener environment.|
Friday April 25, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
|Where:||Yonge - Dundas Square|
The event to showcase "Growing Green" initiatives including:
- Green P+ (plus) Program: Green P+ lots & garages are Community Hub spaces designed, built and operated to meet or exceed community needs over and above that of a regular Green P space, such as community reflective architectural designs and assignable space for community use.
- The introduction of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in collaboration with Precise ParkLink at select Green P parking lots
- An Art Contest to select art to be be displayed at the Yonge - Dundas Electric Vehicle charging station - in collaboration with Arts for Children and Youth
- The newly announced Bike Share Toronto program: the event will be advanced by a Bike Share Toronto bike ride beginning at Nathan Phillips Square (just west of the front door) at 11:30 am, ending at Yonge - Dundas Square. A limited number of Bike Share Toronto bikes will be setaside for those wishing to join the ride to the event.
SOURCE The Toronto Parking Authority
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Rita Mezzanotte, TPA Communications