Lower Don Trail Master Plan


Services: Accessibility Consultant

Retained as Accessibility Consultant to provide accessible design review services as part the development of the Lower Don Trail Master Plan. DTAH led this master plan effort for the Lower Don Trail, a six kilometre long corridor extending from Pottery Road to the north to Parliament Street to the south.
As identified by DTAH:

"The intensification and development of new communities in the Lower Don Valley neighbourhoods will bring an estimated 80,000 new people into the core of the city. This new population will significantly increase the demands put on the Lower Don River valley lands as a place to recreate, commute and travel through."


  • 2015: Award of Merit - Visions and Master Plans, Toronto Urban Design Awards
  • 2014: Regional Honour, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects

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