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TCAT Complete Streets – Call for Proposals

http://tcat.ca/completestreetsforum2012/rfp

Call for Proposals

Is walkability, bikeability, mobility, or livability part of your work? The Toronto Centre for Active Transportation is looking for presenters for the 2012 Complete Streets Forum.

In its fifth year, the goal of the upcoming Forum is to accelerate the implementation of Complete Streets across Canada. To achieve this goal, we invite proposals from everyone with experience creating streets that are safe, comfortable, and attractive for all road users including pedestrians, cyclists, public transit users, and motorists of all ages and abilities.

To ensure a comprehensive and balanced program, we are seeking speakers and participants from all related sectors including planners, transportation officials, public health professionals, engineers, urban designers, architects, landscape architects, developers, accessibility and mobility experts, emergency responders, taxi drivers, non-profits, and more.

Proposals should be evidence-based and relate to the planning, design, engineering, education, or evaluation of Complete Streets.

Deadline for submissions is 5 pm, January 20, 2012.

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