The City of Toronto is developing Complete Streets Guidelines to provide a holistic approach for how we design our city streets. This builds on many of the City’s existing policies, guidelines, and recent successful street design and construction projects. Complete streets are designed to consider the needs of all users, such as people who walk, bicycle, take transit or drive, and people of varying ages and levels of ability. They can also include sidewalk cafés, street furniture, trees, and many other uses.
This first public meeting will introduce the concept of Complete Streets for Toronto and will seek feedback on the Guidelines' emerging content.