Complete Streets Engagement Summary

09 Aug 2019

In the first phase of engagement for Complete Streets, a variety of engagement tactics were conducted to reach a broad cross-section of our community and hear from a variety of perspectives. Thank you to the 339 people who were directly involved in shaping Complete Streets.

Based on community feedback conducted by Wilfrid Laurier students, they recommend that the Complete Streets guidelines be made more understandable by simplifying wording and eliminating redundancies or by including comprehensive descriptions, and detailed visual aids. Their recommendations for street design include traffic calming, lower speed limits and adding features such as wider sidewalks, separated bike lanes, trees and greenery, benches, and better lighting.

To learn more, read the brief summary or the full report.

A full draft of the guidelines will be available for your comments later this summer.

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