Between 2020 and 2022, Green Communities Canada and the Human Environments Analysis Lab at Western University conducted extensive policy research on active travel to school, culminating in a final report titled: Evidence-based recommendations for policies to promote active transportation for school journeys.
Inspired by this report and its 57 enclosed policy recommendations, The Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) and Green Communities Canada (GCC) are hosting a workshop series to disseminate tactics for supporting active school travel in Ontario. The series will explore Ontario-based case studies where traffic calming measures enhance and encourage active school travel.
Date Friday November 25, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m to 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time
You can register by clicking on this link.
On November 25th, join TCAT and GCC for a webinar that will explore Ontario-based case studies where traffic calming measures have been harnessed to enhance and encourage active school travel.
TCAT will be joined by guest speakers:
- Reena Mistry, York Region District School Board
- Royce Bodaly, Councillor Ward 2 Northwest, City of Waterloo