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Complete Street Transformations

Posted on April 14, 2016
Complete Street Transformations in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region is a book featuring nine  projects from municipalities throughout the region which involved redesigning streets to make more space for one or more of pedestrians, cyclists, or transit riders. In each ...Read More

Active Transportation Plan Scan for the Clean Air Council

Posted on December 2, 2015
Source: Vancouver's Transportation Story: Our journey towards complete streets (Dobrovolny, 2013) Since 2001, the Clean Air Council (CAC), a network of 27 municipalities and health units from across the Greater Toronto, Hamilton and Southern Ontario area have been working collaboratively ...Read More
Complete Streets Forum 2015

Complete Streets Forum 2015 Summary Report

Posted on November 19, 2015
This is a summary report of TCAT's eighth annual Complete Streets Forum that took place on October 1, 2015 at the University of Toronto. This beautifully designed summary report is an opportunity for Forum participants, presenters, and anyone who wasn’t ...Read More

Complete Streets Evaluation Tool

Posted on March 19, 2015
Complete Streets Evaluation: Understanding Complete Streets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region was developed based on a review of Complete Streets documents from 26 municipalities across North America, and informed by a focus group comprised of local experts. The Tool ...Read More

Complete Streets Catalogue

Posted on December 18, 2014
The Complete Streets Catalogue: Understanding Complete Streets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region features projects from 19 municipalities that reflect the diversity of Complete Streets approaches being implemented by municipalities across the region. The catalogue uses examples to illustrate how ...Read More

Smith Lea: Healthy Streets: A Jurisdictional Review

Posted on October 21, 2014
In May 2013, Toronto City Council recommended that city staff develop Complete Streets Guidelines to help reshape Toronto streets. In advance of the development of these guidelines, Toronto Public Health commissioned three new reports: 1) Healthy Streets: Evidence Review, 2) ...Read More