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A top-down view of Sidewalk Labs’ Toronto HQ 307, with a cluster of people listening to a talk and several accessible tech installations. Toronto residents visited 307 for our third Open Sidewalk event in the fall of 2018 and explored projects and experiments that focused on allowing for accessibility and dynamic flexibility in the urban environment. (Image: Jenna Wakani)

CO-DESIGNING A MORE ACCESSIBLE COMMUNITY

Sidewalk Toronto
Jan 31, 2019 · 6 min read

Sidewalk Toronto

A home for updates, news, and insights on the Sidewalk…

Sidewalk Toronto

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Sidewalk Toronto

A home for updates, news, and insights on the Sidewalk Toronto project. All content on this page is produced by Sidewalk Labs. All opinions and views expressed here are those of Sidewalk Labs. See also: medium.com/sidewalk-talk

Sidewalk Toronto

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Sidewalk Toronto

A home for updates, news, and insights on the Sidewalk Toronto project. All content on this page is produced by Sidewalk Labs. All opinions and views expressed here are those of Sidewalk Labs. See also: medium.com/sidewalk-talk

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