The City of Toronto is holding a public open house Wednesday, March 28, 5:00- 8:00 pm to present the draft Wayfinding System Strategy. The open house will include a question and answer period, and one-on-one discussions with team members. Toronto's wayfinding project began in October 2011, and will propose a pilot system to City Council this spring.
Chicago's mayor is aiming to construct 160 km of protected bike lanes during his term. Construction has progressed rapidly since his election; the first protected bike lane was installed within 30 days.
Even though rural communities may not rank on the Walk Score, walking and biking is sometimes as, or even more, common, as in urban centres. The data comes from the latest report from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization seeking to transform former rail lines into network of trails.
Registration for this year's Forum, to be held April 23, will open in less than a week! The forum will be an exciting opportunity for sharing the latest research, best practices, and future of Complete Streets.
The City of Toronto recently held a public meeting to present recommendations from city staff to build new connections within the existing multi-use trails system. The deadline to provide comments is Friday, February 24. Material from the city's public meeting is available online, with instructions to submit input.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s Forum, on April 23, will be hosted at Evergreen Brick Works. The LEED Platinum buildings nestled within Toronto’s ravines will be an inspiring venue for sharing the latest research, best practices, and future of Complete Streets.
Stay tuned for transportation updates for all travel modes. We are coordinating additional shuttles, a guided bike ride, a walking tour from nearby transit, and carpooling.
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From the University of British Columbia School of Population & Public Health's Cycling in Cities research program, Kay Teschke will be giving an on-line lecture on "The impact of transportation infrastructure on the risk of injuries to cyclists." She will discuss the results of an injury s