The City does not have a Complete Street Policy but Action 4-3 from the Active Transportation Master Plan has a Complete Street Recommendations section.
Complete Streets Policy
Burlington’s Complete Street Framework will be part of the forthcoming Integrated Mobility Plan.
Revitalizing Caledon Streets Program is based on a “complete streets” approach and completed projects are listed in the webpage.
The Town is updating the Official Plan and is expected to provide further recommendations on Complete Streets initiatives.
Complete Streets planning is undertaken by municipalities within the Region.
Transportation Master Plan 2022 includes a Recommended Network drawing in Schedule 1 of the document. This map shows the overlapping priority networks (Cycling, transit, potential resiliency widening etc.) of the recommended road network for Guelph. Schedule 2 in the document depicts the pedestrian priority network for areas of the enhanced pedestrian realm. These specific streets can be considered “prioritized” for Complete Streets.
Active Transportation Master Plan, 2019, section 4 is a Complete Streets Recommendations section.
The City of Hamilton has developed a Complete Streets Design Manual, which was endorsed by City Council in July 2022. This manual provides a set of consistent guidelines and tools to inform the design, implementation, maintenance and monitoring of CLB Streets across the city. The Complete Streets Design Manual provides an expanded toolbox of ways to improve Hamilton's streets.
The City of Kingston is updating the current Walk ‘n’ Roll – Kingston’s Active Transportation Action Plan, 2018, and complete streets strategy will be incorporated.
London's Complete Streets Design Manual provides guidance towards the implementation of Complete Streets in London. The manual serves as a guide for practitioners, policy makers, and citizens involved in the process of creating the future plans and policies surrounding street design in the city.
The Complete Streets Guide, 2022 is in its fourth and final phase: Implementation. The Guide provides design considerations, parameters and example cross-sections for street design and operations. Among other design considerations, the Guide incorporates green infrastructure strategies within all new and retrofit street designs to improve the environmental health, comfort and visual appearance of Mississauga streets.
Oakville's Livable By Design Manual, 2019 has a section on the benefits of Complete Streets. The manual is scheduled to be updated in 2023 and will incorporated prioritization of streets and suggested projects.
The City of Ottawa has developed a Complete Streets Implementation Framework (internal document).
Transportation Master Plan, 2021 has a Complete Street Recommendations section.
The Region does not have a stand-alone policy but a process explicitly using a complete streets approach. Peel Vision Zero Road Safety, pedestrian and bike facility guidelines also support implementing the complete street approach. Region of Peel Official Plan has a Complete Street Recommendations section.
The City is updating the Transportation Master Plan, including a Complete Streets framework that will support the City’s transportation objectives in promoting sustainable modes of travel. A recent update was completed to the City’s Engineering Standards road cross-sections emphasizing accommodating sustainable modes.
Toronto's Complete Streets Guidelines provides a new approach for how the city designs its streets. Complete Streets build on many of the City’s existing policies, guidelines and recent successful street design and construction projects. The Complete Streets Guidelines provide an expanded toolbox of ways to improve Toronto’s streets.
Final guidelines expected to be presented in 2023.
Moving Forward Transportation Master Plan, 2019, has a Complete Street Recommendations section. Additionally, Council adopted the Regional Official Plan amendment to include 15-minutes communities.
The Downtown Whitby Pedestrian Action Plan was prepared as a standalone document to support a Complete Streets approach to Whitby’s downtown heritage neighbourhoods and surrounding areas. It has been incorporated into the broader Active Transportation Plan (ATP) as it shares many of the same objectives, principles and recommendations. It is also set to support future improvements and recommendations for Downtown Brooklin. In Table 10.7, recommendation 7 from the ATP: Prepare a Complete Streets plan for Dundas Street between Henry Street and Hickory Street and Recommendation 8a. from the ATP: Develop Complete Street policy and related guidelines specific to Downtown Whitby
Active Transportation Master Plan , section 2A, is a Complete Streets Recommendations section.