This conference walking tour is free for Complete Streets Forum registrants on a first-come first-served basis. Register here.
Please note some aspects of this conference program are still under development and may be subject to change.
Walking Tour: Ground Level Perspectives on Complete Streets
Date: October 1, 2015
Time: 7:15 – 8:15 am
Location: Southeast corner of Spadina and Bloor (across the street from the TTC Spadina Station) at 7:00 a.m
Registration Limit: 30
Tour Leader: Adam Popper, Complete Streets Project Manager, Transportation Services, City of Toronto
A challenge facing cities around the world is how to make our streets reflect the kinds of places we want to live. This walk is about connecting the big ideas with the details. Using Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood streets as examples, we will walk through and talk about different types of streets, how we prioritize uses, and where Toronto’s street design is headed. Led by the City of Toronto’s Complete Streets Project Manager, this walk is for anyone who wants to know more about how the City makes decisions about its streets, and to understand more about how to think about them as complete or incomplete. The walk will be one hour in length ending at the Complete Streets Forum, Hart House, University of Toronto.