Comment 89583

By Fred Street (anonymous) | Posted June 18, 2013 at 13:24:40 in reply to Comment 89567

Economic circumstance is certainly part of it, but it's the cumulative effect of health and socioeconomic variables such as those used in the construction of Code Red that I felt would be helpful in clarifying "complete streets" strategy. (It's hard not to see things like cardiovascular and pulmonary-related ER admission rates as a helpful indicator when developing what is, at least in part, an urban health strategy.)

Maybe Code Red data isn't sufficiently granular. It obviously has certain practical limitations. But there are certainly organizations such as the SPRC that would be able to offer valuable contributions to the wayfinding, and of course neighbourhood associations would have instructive input as well.

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