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City Spaces for All: Exploring Accessibility Features.

Becky Katz, Sonya De Vellis, Igor Samardzic.

Experience Toronto from a different perspective as we explore various accessibility features designed to make the city more inclusive for everyone.

This walk takes you through several unique urban elements, including beveled curbs, integrated stops, and raised intersections, showcasing how these features promote accessibility and ease of movement.

We'll discuss the impact of these designs on the community, how they contribute to a more inclusive urban environment, and how we are addressing certain challenges.

This walk is perfect for anyone interested in urban planning, accessibility, or community engagement.

Details: City of Toronto Hat.

Walk Start:

15 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, (Brunswick Ave and College Street) (Harbord Village).

401 College Street Toronto, (Lippincott St and College St) (Kensington Market).

Walk End:

Becky Katz, Sonya De Vellis, Igor Samardzic.

Date: May 4

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.




Architecture and Urban Planning, Environment and Sustainability, Lived experiences and personal perspectives, People and Communities, Transit and Accessibility.


Breaks encouraged, Busy sidewalks, Dog-friendly walk, Family-friendly walk, Walk leader will use audio amplification.

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