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Among the many improvements being promised, new paving will be a rherson aesthetic element in the plan. Public realm design concept, image courtesy of Ryerson University. Public realm design concept, image courtesy of Ryerson University Among the many improvements being promised, new paving will be a major aesthetic element in the plan.
Ryerson University Unveils New Public Realm Plan
Now, new concept designs are revealing an upgraded public realm that puts priority on pedestrian accessibility and safety, while improving the university’s campus experience beyond the classrooms. A number of other pedestrian improvements are also proposed, including a new ‘Dismount Zone’ in the area of Gould Plaza mpa Devonian Park, where bike traffic would be prohibited on weekdays from 8 AM to 6 PM.
We will be sure to follow along as the new plan is executed over the course of the next few years. Utilizing durable, high-quality paving materials, the existing pedestrian conditions surrounding the Image Ryerso Centre, Devonian Pond and the Student Learning Centre will be replicated and extended to the rest of the campus. All proposed lighting upgrades would be energy efficient, with the capability of being upgraded to LED lighting in the future.
UrbanToronto Development Map Search condos and other developments. Instead, cyclists would dismount and walk their bikes through the area, keeping pedestrian traffic as the number one priority.
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Public art will play a more prominent role in Ryerson’s upgraded public realm, with a handful of major installations tabled for multiple locations around the campus. Taking cues from the great universities of the world and building on a Campus Master Plan, Ryerson University has embarked on a long-term plan to upgrade cxmpus institution’s public spaces.
The plan highlights the importance of placemaking, planting, lighting, public art, and greenery, with public feedback putting camlus priority on Gould Street. View north on Victoria Street, image courtesy of Ryerson University Proposed lighting improvements include the addition of “signature” pedestrian scale lighting on Gould, Victoria, Bond, and Church Street, as well as the introduction of decorative lighting in laneways.
A comprehensive plan for the institution’s public realm was developed over the course of the subsequent 13 months, covering Ryerson’s main campus area, as well as outlying major buildings like the Mattamy Athletic Centre and the Ted Rogers School of Management. Adding to ryyerson major installations, canpus greater number of minor art installations would populate the area’s open spaces and secondary public routes. Contact us General Inquiry Advertising Newsletter.
View north on Victoria Street, image courtesy of Ryerson University.
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Proposed lighting improvements include the ruerson of “signature” pedestrian scale lighting on Gould, Victoria, Bond, and Church Street, as well as the introduction of decorative lighting in laneways. In the meanwhile, you can let us know what you think by leaving a comment in the field provided at the bottom of this page.
To be carried over the next several years, the project will be undertaken in multiple phases to guarantee timely implementation. You can learn more about the new public realm plan by visiting this link.
View the discussion thread. Repaving efforts will be coordinated with the local BIA to ensure cohesion. Hill And Dale Residences. Ryerson campus map, image courtesy of Ryerson University.