Complete Streets for Canada

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


The City of Greater Sudbury, the largest city in Northern Ontario, is the most recent Canadian municipality to adopt a Complete Streets policy. And it may be the first that used a standalone Council resolution to do so.

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Greater Sudbury

Streets have limited space. What trade-offs will you make? This interactive workshop tool can help you imagine the possibilities.

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The future of Complete Streets? A public discussion on Toronto's waterfront.

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Sidewalk Toronto

Where are we at with Complete Streets in Canada?

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City of Quebec

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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