December 1, 2011
Willcocks Street—a side street on the downtown campus of the University of Toronto—was turned into a pedestrian zone last summer. Street furniture included tables, chairs, planters, astro turf, basketball hoops and painted leaves on the pavement. Weekend farmers markets also took place during the summer. It was highly successful- the University and the City are looking at making this one year pilot project a permanent fixture.

Willcocks Street—a side street on the downtown campus of the University of Toronto—was turned into a pedestrian zone last summer. Street furniture included tables, chairs, planters, astro turf, basketball hoops and painted leaves on the pavement. Weekend farmers markets also took place during the summer. It was highly successful- the University and the City are looking at making this one year pilot project a permanent fixture.

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