Beyond Gross: 2019 Laneway Summit

 
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On Tuesday May 7, from 6:30 - 9:30pm, The Laneway Project will host Beyond Gross — a public summit to launch a brand new set of public planning resources that will help transform Toronto laneways into shared places that enhance our densest and fastest-growing neighbourhoods.

Join us at MOCA at 158 Sterling Road as we unveil our new laneway analysis and typology framework and revitalization toolkit, created in collaboration with Shelagh McCartney of +together design lab and Ryerson University, our interactive digital map, and a helpful collaborative planning guide.

We’ll also chat with a panel of City and community leaders about what the resources will mean to their planning, operations, neighbourhoods, and constituents.

Moderator
Dylan Reid, Spacing Magazine

Panellists

  • Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam

  • Maili Sedore, Public Realm Section, Transportation Services, City of Toronto

  • Meg Marshall, Manager, Bloorcourt BIA, Bloordale BIA, College Promenade BIA, Ossington BIA

  • Brady Del Rosario, Danforth Village Residents’ Association

We can't wait to connect with Torontonians and launch a productive summer of laneway improvements in our neighbourhoods!

Panellists on stage at Laneway Forward: 2016 Laneway Summit

Panellists on stage at Laneway Forward: 2016 Laneway Summit

Thank you to our event sponsors:

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