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In the media: Pedestrian deaths won’t end as long as Toronto panders to cars and drivers

Monday, March 12, 2018

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"It took 400 children dying in one year on the streets of the Netherlands to galvanize people to demand transformative change. The reaction to these tragic deaths was a movement to radically reorient cities away from cars, which has created some of the most liveable and pleasing urban spaces anywhere in the world. The question for Canadians is: How many more deaths will it take to create that kind of movement here?"

Read the full piece in the Globe and Mail.

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