Spacing > “what are Toronto’s most promising arteries for transformation?”

(press.)  Here’s a follow-up Q&A to the first story – an interview with Claire Nelischer of the Centre for City Ecology and Anna Hill with Park People, “Infrastructure and our way of life: lessons from the Atlanta BeltLine.”

Excerpt: “AH: From what you’ve seen and heard during your time in Toronto, what do you think are Toronto’s most promising arteries for transformation into multi-use catalyst infrastructure projects? … RG: People from the outside can help to develop ideas and shape ideas, but it has to come from within. Because you’re the people who are walking these streets everyday and living it.”  >> More.

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