Places and Spaces

Access and the design of the natural and built environment

Places and Spaces refers to the design of the natural and built environment, access and mobility.

Comments threads from our planning workshop included: fair distribution of civic, social, educational and health services; access to urban agriculture, arts and culture, and water; transit; safe streets for many modes of transportation; vibrant and inclusive public spaces; diversity of housing options and types; access to affordable housing; incorporating nature, vistas, light, waterways; connecting communities to one another (food); building codes that embrace physical accessibility; distribution of washrooms in public spaces; programming parks and spaces.

Table 11: Access and Mobility
Table 12: Participatory Planning and Design
Table 13: Where and How We Live
Table 14: Where and How We Work
Table 15: Public Space

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