On March, 2012 TCAT released Complete Streets by Design: Toronto streets redesigned for all ages and abilities to show how Toronto streets could look and feel redesigned as Complete Streets.
Applying established design principles to urban and suburban Toronto streets moves the concept of safe and comfortable streets for all road users from an abstract goal to imaginable reality. By providing visually compelling before and after street sections and photo collages, this tool is intended to be useful for professionals and the general public alike as well as generate conversation about Complete Streets in Toronto.
Two versions of the full report are available for download in two formats below (side-by-side spread or single sheet). The six redesigned street sections (four of arterial streets, and two residential) are also available online on the Complete Streets for Canada website.
Arterial streets re-imagined :
- Danforth Avenue at Logan Avenue
- Eglinton Avenue East at Commonwealth Avenue
- Jane Street at Highway 401
- Yonge Street at Shuter Street
Urban residential street re-imagined:
- Logan Avenue at Withrow Avenue
Suburban residential street re-imagined:
- Seneca Hill Drive