Complete Streets for Canada

policy and design hub for building safe and inviting streets for all


The City of St Albert has recently begun the process of developing Complete Streets guidelines and an implementation strategy.

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The City of St Albert

After 18 months of construction, this iconic Vancouver bridge was reopened on October 21, 2017.

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Main Street, Ottawa, is the most recent street profiled on our growing list of Complete Streets examples. This two-year long extensive redevelopment is the first major arterial road within the City of Ottawa to be converted into a Complete Street.

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Recent updates for Ontario, Québec, and the Maritimes to the Complete Streets for Canada map added new 24 municipalities with Complete Streets policies or approaches.

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La Ville de Québec

Last week, as the City of Toronto launched its new Vision Zero Road Safety website, another important document that could also have a significant impact on the safety of our streets was released at the same time.

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City of Toronto

Taking a look at the challenges and opportunities of Complete Streets in rural areas

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TCAT launches a new book showcasing Complete Street transformations in the Toronto Area

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Tamara Nahal