In the May 11, 2016 Greater Toronto Area Edition, NRU’s Peter Pantalone reviews TCAT’s new book: Complete Street Transformations in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
“While there is no broadly agreed upon definition of what exactly constitutes a complete street, there is strong evidence that a diverse range of interventions can facilitate significant public benefits. These include increased active transportation mode share, improved safety and service levels for all road users and value-added social, economic and environmental impacts. This is a key finding of the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation’s recent publication, Complete Street Transformations in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.”
Read the full article here.