Below is the latest Complete Streets news from across the country. Please be sure to check back frequently to see what’s new.
TCAT's Complete Streets Game 2.0 is now available for purchase! This fun, interactive activity is a great conversation tool for consultations and workshops. It encourages collaborative problem-solving around an age-old issue: streets have limited space. What trade-offs will you make?
The Complete Streets Game is a capacity-building workshop tool that enables participants to play with re-arranging and rebuilding their neighbourhood streets and to visualize what the opportunities and options can be.
Where are we at with Complete Streets in Canada? How far have we come? In January, nearly 500 practitioners from across Canada and the States joined in a webinar hosted by the American National Complete Streets Coalition (NCSC) to have these questions answered.
The City of St Albert has recently begun the process of developing Complete Streets guidelines and an implementation strategy. The first open house was held on November 15th 2017, to identify the community’s priorities and draft goals for the project.
After 18 months of construction, this iconic Vancouver bridge was reopened on October 21, 2017. At a cost of $35 million, the redesign shows a major improvement in safety function of the bridge and northern intersection following a Complete Streets approach.
Recent updates for Western Canada and the Prairies to the Complete Streets for Canada website added 9 municipalities to the map (6 in British Columbia, 2 in Alberta, 1 in Saskatchewan), as well as updates to 7 existing cities.
Recent updates for Ontario, Québec, and the Maritimes to the Complete Streets for Canada map added 24 new municipalities with Complete Streets policies or approaches (19 in Ontario, 3 in Québec, 1 in New Brunswick, and 1 in Newfoundland and Labrador).