After an animated and rewarding year of design, consultation, meetings, and debate, Complete Streets by Design is a wrap! Please join TCAT on Thursday March 29th from Noon to 1 p.m. for a special lunch & learn free session as we unveil this useful resource.
Webinar log-in instructions here.
To attend in person, the seminar location information is:
Knowledge Innovation & Technology Lab
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto
252 Bloor St. West, 3rd Floor
(directly above St. George subway/Bedford exit)
With funding from the Toronto Community Foundation, TCAT produced the Complete Streets by Design resource to show how six Toronto streets could look and feel if redesigned as Complete Streets. Applying established Complete Streets principles to Toronto streets in both urban and suburban contexts moves the concept of safe and comfortable streets for all road users from an abstract goal to imaginable reality. By providing visually compelling before and after street sections, plans, and photo collages, this tool is intended to be useful for professionals and the general public alike.
Elana Horowitz, Chris Hardwicke, and Nancy Smith Lea, members of the design and advisory team, will present what was learned throughout the process and highlight how the final product can be used. Copies of the resource will be available free of charge to anyone who attends.