TCAT releases a second set of Complete Streets Case Studies
In summer 2012, Sam Schahar, the recipient of a Metcalf Sustainability Internship at TCAT, conducted survey-based research in Grey and Bruce Counties, Niagara Region and the City of Mississauga. TCAT’s objective was to investigate the status of Complete Streets in these jurisdictions and to gain a better understanding of the barriers to implementing Complete Streets policy and projects. These case studies were released on Oct 31, 2012.
This is the second set of case studies developed by TCAT. The first set of case studies, released as part of the Complete Streets Gap Analysis: Opportunities and Barriers in Ontario, featured three Canadian municipalities that have made progress towards adopting Complete Streets policies: the City of Thunder Bay, the City of Waterloo, and the City of Calgary.
Both sets of case studies can be found here: http://www.completestreetsforcanada.ca/case-studies