Toronto’s approach to developing their Complete Streets Guidelines are on full display at City Hall this week. Consultation work to date has included a public meeting, moving conversations through Six Points and North York, and a survey soliciting feedback on the draft guiding principles.
The display panels available for viewing in the City Hall rotunda explain the Complete Streets approach in the Toronto context, including the draft guiding principles.
Kudos to Transportation Services for leading this work to make city streets safer for all road users.
Visit the project website to watch for the next phase of work and opportunities to provide more feedback in the fall. Visit TCAT’s Complete Streets for Canada website for more new Complete Streets updates from across Canada.