TCAT invited to present at the Walk21 Conference in the Netherlands

TCAT has been invited to present its current research on community-based walkability audits at the upcoming Walk21 Conference in the Netherlands. This research, commissioned by the City of Toronto, teases out issues relevant to community-based walkability audit tools – tools administered by community members, without the need for formal training.

Although in practice, there are many examples of community walkability audit tools, the literature pertaining to this subset of audit tools is extremely limited. The purpose of this research is to address these gaps.

Additional key findings include:

TCAT is currently working on drafting a prototype of a community-based walkability audit tool for the City of Toronto.


Posted On: June 15, 2010