TCAT Creates Complete Streets Walk
A self-guided walk developed by TCAT's Neluka Leanage and Nancy Smith Lea has recently been selected to be included in the City of Toronto Self-Guided Walking Tour Database. A self-guided walking tour is a walking tour without a guide, a fee, or a set date or time. It is an opportunity for an individual or group of friends to explore the city at their own pace while learning about their surroundings.
TCAT's walk highlights bicycle and pedestrian innovation in Toronto’s downtown core. Some of the streets included in the walk are more highly evolved than others from a complete streets perspective, but all of the selected streets make efforts to balance safety and convenience for everyone using the road. TCAT's Complete Streets Walking Tour, including a map, photos and short history of the streets on the walk, can be found here.
Check out all of the available walking tours on the All Walks page.