Like this?The trail is planned to run along the north side of Eglinton from Jane, then cut up through Pearen Park to Pearen street behind the houses along Eglinton. Or at least that was my understanding. Not sure why they are saying that it terminates at Glenvalley.
There will still be a small gap between the trail and the Eglinton Connects plan, which ends at Weston Rd. not sure how that gap is planned to be closed.
There is excess space (around 3m) and wider lanes that can be reduced on the north side of Eglinton that we can use to put a raised or protected two-way cycle track.
Meeting Weston Road, the Southbound to Westbound slip lane would have to be removed or blocked, which is a plus. Then meeting the crosswalks, there would be a mixing zone cautioning cyclists to take it slower.
Westbound cyclists would simply continue in to the trail, Eastbound cyclists would turn right then left to continue east.
This method doesn't remove lanes and uses existing space.