Complete Streets Forum 2010

 

The Complete Streets Forum 2010 took place on April 23, 2010 at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto. There were also pre-conference activities that took place on April 22, 2010 at various locations.

The Complete Streets Forum was organized by the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT), a project of the Clean Air Partnership, in partnership with Transportation Options and the City of Toronto with the generous support of our sponsors.

Building on the success of TCAT's Bike Summit 2008 and 2009 which sold out in advance both years, the Complete Streets Forum expanded the mandate and scope of TCAT's annual active transportation policy conference.

Leading experts presented about innovative, creative solutions for designing and implementing safe and inviting streets for everyone, including pedestrians, cyclists, public transit users and motorists. Registrants strategized with other stakeholders about how to effectively address common opportunities and challenges in balancing the needs of all road users.

Visit here to see the program agenda.

The forum featured speaker presentations providing policy and project updates, implementation case studies, best practices in planning, and evaluation of urban opportunities. Over 200 delegates attended from across Ontario representing transportation planners, urban design firms, municipal and provincial government, industry, public health professionals and established non-profit organizations.

Download the event flyer here.

Download a delegate briefing distributed at the Forum here.

Comments from Bike Summit 2009 Attendees

  • Best conference I've ever been to!
  • Great job… love the international speakers!
  • Very good event, interesting presentations, well-timed and on time. Congratulations, job well done!

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