How Age-Friendly are Kingston’s suburban streets?

A comparative case study analysis of Kingston, Ontario

This is a masters thesis using a comparative case study approach to investigate how two suburban developments in Kingston, Ontario promote mobility for older people by assessing and comparing the age-friendliness of the pedestrian environment and existing public transportation infrastructure and services.

The thesis report references the WHO Age Friendly Cities and Communities program and Checklist of Essential Features of Age-Friendly Cities.

A report by Jenna Thibault submitted to the School of Urban and Regional Planning in conformity with the program requirements for a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning (M.PL.) School of Urban and Regional Planning Kingston, Ontario

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