Revitalizing the Ryerson campus: How construction improvements will make our campus greener, more accessible and pedestrian-friendly

If you notice some construction on Gould and Victoria Streets in the coming weeks, you may wonder what’s going on and why.

The work will be part of the Campus Core Revitalization project, designed to enhance the quality of safe, accessible spaces and implement infrastructure upgrades, resulting in a campus that’s greener, more easily accessible, pedestrian-friendly and connected to the community.

“As a key component of our Campus Public Realm Plan, this project really aims to create common outdoor spaces on campus where our community can come together and thrive,” said Deborah Brown, vice-president, administration and operations. “While addressing these needs, we are taking the opportunity to build accessibility into the design and to modernize our infrastructure. We want to create a defined campus core that encourages community connections and enhances the experience of being at Ryerson.”

Read the full article in Ryerson Today

Learn more about the Campus Public Realm Plan

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