- Transportation Priorities and Investment for a Healthy Toronto (PDF).
This staff report to the Board of Health sets out population health and health equity criteria by which proposed revenue tools for new transit investments should be considered and provides input on how to prioritize transportation infrastructure investments in Toronto.
- The results of a screening-level, equity-based health impact assessment of funding tools being considered to support transportation expansion in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) are presented in
- Next Stop Health: Transit Access and Health Inequities in Toronto (PDF)
This report identifies options for addressing barriers to public transit use faced by low income Toronto residents, summarized in the staff report to the Board of Health.
- Road to Health: Improving Walking and Cycling in Toronto (PDF)
This report synthesizes the evidence on the health benefits and the risks associated with walking, cycling and physical activity related to the use of public transit, as well as economic assessments and specific strategies to increase the use and safety of active transportation in Toronto.
- The Walkable City (PDF)
This report summarizes the findings of a Residential Preferences Survey that gauges public demand for walkable versus more auto-oriented neighbourhoods, and links this information with travel choices, physical activity levels and body weight. The larger study this report is based on is included below in the CLASP section. The larger study this report is based on is included below in the CLASP section.
- The Medical Officer of Health submitted a letter (PDF) to the Office of the Chief Coroner in support of their review of cycling and pedestrian deaths in Ontario.