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REVIEW: 2013 Complete Streets Forum

 

Dandyhorse has a great re-cap of the 2013 Complete Streets Forum:

Hundreds of practitioners, professionals and advocates gathered for the 2013 Complete Streets Forum on Monday May 27, 2013, at Toronto’s Hyatt Regency Hotel. This sixth annual event was hosted by The Toronto Centre for Active Transportation TCAT, a project of the Clean Air Partnership CAP.

Each year, the forum brings together delegates from diverse sectors, from engineering, urban design, and transportation planning, to policy makers, cycling advocates and emerging student leaders. Participants came from the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area GTHA and beyond, and while diverse in expertise, share a common vision – to improve our urban communities by creating better cycling and pedestrian environments.

Read full story: Roundup of the 2013 Complete Streets Forum | dandyhorse magazine.

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