New TCAT Report: Community Engagement & Active Transportation

TCAT released a new report today titled “Community Engagement & Active Transportation: Two Demonstration Projects in Toronto” describing a year-long project, part of the Healthy Canada by Design CLASP initiative, to identify interventions to improve walking and cycling in Toronto. Throughout 2013, TCAT worked closely with Toronto Public Health in two very different Toronto communities (the Annex and Black Creek) to create a three-stage community engagement method involving key informant interviews, capacity building workshops, and community consultation events.

To get a snapshot of the year’s findings, read TCAT Director Nancy Smith Lea’s blog posting on the CLASP website. Or download the full report here.

Posted On: March 24, 2014