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TCAT Letters

  • August 2014

    The City of Toronto is currently undergoing its five year review of its Official Plan and has prepared draft amendments that includes a new policy to incorporate a Complete Streets approach when streets are constructed, reconstructed or otherwise improved, and for full consideration of pedestrian and cycling infrastructure to be integrated into the design of all streets, neighbourhoods, major destinations, transit facilities and mobility hubs throughout the City.

  • July 2014

    As part of the City's 5-year Official Plan review, the Feeling Congested initiative is currently updating the City's transportation policies. On May 12, 2014 TCAT's Director Nancy Smith Lea responded to a survey in order to provide feedback about a sub-set of draft transportation policies proposed by staff in the following areas:

  • May 2014

    On May 27, 2014 TCAT made a submission to the Toronto Board of Health regarding their report "Advancing Active Transportation in Toronto: Findings from Four Demonstration Projects." TCAT was the lead on the community engagement of two of the four sites (Black Creek and the Annex) through funding from the CLASP initiative. TCAT made the following recommendations:

  • May 2014

    On May 27, 2014 TCAT made a submission to the Toronto Board of Health in support of their report titled "Actve City: Designing for Health". This is another in a series of excellent evidence-based reports published by Toronto Public Health that set the vision and provide the health rationale for building our city so that all Torontonians can be active.

  • May 2014

    On May 13, 2014 TCAT made a submission to Toronto's Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in support of the recommendation to extend the Simcoe bicycle lanes, and, in contrast to the staff recommendations, expresses support for bicycle lanes along Wellington Street West between Spadina Avenue and Yonge Street.

    On May 14, 2014 the committee adopted the Simcoe Street redesign and referred a motion for bike lanes on Wellington for consideration in the 2015 Bikeway report.