New Resource to Help School Communities and Residents Improve Traffic Safety
A new resource created to help school communities and residents improve traffic safety in their neighbourhoods was published on September 23, 2016.
The Guide to Safer Streets Near Schools: Understanding Your Policy Options in the City of Toronto, is a collaborative project led by Katie Wittmann of Green Communities Canada and Monica Campbell, Assistant Professor in the Occupational & Environmental Health Division and Director of Healthy Public Policy at Toronto Public Health.
“The focus of these strategies is to increase active transportation as a way to prevent youth problems with obesity and chronic disease,” said Campbell.
The Guide was funded by the Healthier Cities and Communities Hub Seed Grant initiative, a consortium of three funding partners: Toronto Public Health, The Wellesley Institute and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health.
Click here to download the The Guide to Safer Streets Near Schools.
Click here to read more about the Guide on the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation website.
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