Creating a More Walkable Toronto, April 9

Posted on February 20th, by Move the GTHA in Map. No Comments

Creating a More Walkable Toronto: Strategies from Chicago and New York City

Date: Tuesday, April 9th

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Location: Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond Street West

Known as “Gridlock Sam,” Mr. Schwartz is a leading transportation engineer who has worked on Chicago’s Pedestrian Plan, New York City’s transportation strategies, and America Walks’ guide called “Steps to a Walkable Community”. Come join us and hear from Stephen Buckley, General Manager, Transportation Services, City of Toronto, and Sam Schwartz, keynote speaker, about creating a more walkable Toronto and strategies from Chicago and New York City.

Co-hosted by the Toronto Society of Architects and the City of Toronto’s Public Realm Section in Transportation Services.


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