Walk Toronto conducting Queen's Quay audit
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Walk Toronto Queen’s Quay Walking Audit

As Waterfront Toronto looks to develop the walking, cycling and transit infrastructure on Queen’s Quay east of Yonge Street, Walk Toronto has prepared a report on the issues facing pedestrians in the design of the already-developed western portion of Queen’s Quay. The report is based on a walking audit of the interface between pedestrians, cyclists, and transit and other vehicles at intersections from Spadina Ave. to York St., and was prepared by Mark Jacobs, a member of Walk Toronto’s steering committee.

While overall the Queen’s Quay walking and cycling paths are a welcome development, the report highlights issues with the design that are confusing to pedestrians and cyclists and dangerous to people with disabilities, and provides recommendations for solutions.

Read the report “Walk Toronto Queens Quay Walking Audit Report” (PDF)