Below is the latest Complete Streets news from across the country. Please be sure to check back frequently to see what’s new.
Following two years of extensive consultations, the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs released a major update to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe in May 2017. As part of the update, the province has adopted a Complete Streets policy, mandating that streets be designed for all users. This makes Ontario the first province in Canada to adopt a Complete Streets policy.
Complete Streets take into consideration all road users, including pedestrians, cyclists, and….equestrian vehicles?
The Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) held a launch event on Thursday, May 5th, for their new book, Complete Street Transformations in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region.
Take a look at the beautiful display panels about Complete Streets at Toronto City Hall lobby this week! Kudos to Transportation Services for leading this important initiative to make the streets safer for all road users.
The Toronto Centre for Active Transportation, a project of the registered charity Clean Air Partnership, will hold its 8th annual Complete Streets Forum taking place on October 1st, 2015 at Hart House on the St. George campus of the University of Toronto.
Construction for the first street in the District of Saanich (BC) to undergo redesign under Complete Streets has been completed and opened to the public as of May 2015. This project has been underway since 2012 (click here for 2012 blog post).