Metro: New guide launched to make it safer for Toronto kids to walk to school

Today Metro News featured the Guide to Safer Streets Near Schools: Understanding Your Policy Options in the City of Toronto, a new resource created to help school communities and residents improve traffic safety in their neighbourhoods.

“Nancy Smith Lea, the director of Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT), said the resource can help parents navigate red tape at City Hall and improve safety in their neighbourhoods.

“We both really need to get more people walking and cycling but we really need to make it safer at the same time,” Smith Lea said.”

Read full article HERE.

Posted On: September 26, 2016