Why the sensor-laden rethink of Toronto’s waterfront is in trouble

Posted by Arun Shastri on Fri, Apr 03, 2020

Sidewalk Labs, an urban planning company in the Google family, unveiled a highly anticipated plan to redesign a 12-acre portion of Toronto’s waterfront last June. After decades of poor city planning had left this industrial section of Toronto devoid of residents and cut-off by a tangle of overpasses and bridges, residents wanted a more livable redesign. Waterfront Toronto was eventually formed to request concepts for the redesign. Sidewalk Labs was chosen to take the project on.

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