Pedometer?is an electronic publication produced by the City. It reports on Pedestrian Projects and associated programs, such as Coordinated Street Furniture and Beautiful Streets. It is used as a forum to educate, inform, and increase awareness on matters relating to pedestrians and the public realm. Pedestrian projects and programs are important to help strengthen, celebrate, and ultimately elevate the quality of Toronto’s public spaces.
If you have a photo, which relates to pedestrian projects or related pedestrian programs run by the City of Toronto which you would like to submit, please send it for review by City staff. If your submission is suited to a news story to be published in?Pedometer, City staff will contact you on inclusion of your submission in this publication.
The mandate of?Pedometer?does not include the publication of pedestrian information, which is unrelated to City pedestrian projects.?There is no compensation for photo contributions made to this publication and the City reserves the right to crop or edit submissions. City of Toronto has no obligations to include submissions in any publications.