Publications

Smith Lea, N. (2018). Vision Zero: Building Active & Safe Streets for All in Toronto. The Collections 22-24. Toronto: Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

Verlinden, Y & Smith Lea, N. (2018). Learning to be a Bicycle Friendly Driver: Driver Training Program for Safely Sharing the Road with Bicycles Feasibility Study. Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N., Verlinden, Y., Savan, B., Arancibia, D., Farber, S., Vernich, L. & Allen, J. (2017). Economic Impact Study of Bike Lanes in Toronto’s Bloor Annex and Korea Town Neighbourhoods. Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N., Mitra, C., Hess, P, Loewen, N. & Culp, D. (2017). Active Transportation Planning Beyond the Greenbelt: The Outer Ring of the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region. Clean Air Partnership.

Mitra, R., Smith Lea, N., Cantello, I. & Hanson, G. (October, 2016). Cycling Behaviour and Potential in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N. (2016). New book on Complete Streets: Nine redesigns that transformed urban space. Invited guest blog for Toronto Atmospheric Fund.

Smith Lea, N., Mitra, R., Hess, P., Quigley, B., & Loewen, N. (2016). Complete Streets Transformations in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N. (2015). Toronto Financial District: It’s Time to Embrace Active Transportation. Invited guest blog post for Toronto Atmospheric Fund.

Basinski, C., De Vellis, S., Smith Lea, N., Neudorf, J., McLaughlin, D. (2015). Complete Streets Policy & Implementation Guide for Grey Bruce. Grey Bruce Public Health Unit.

Mitra, R., Winters, A., Smith Lea, N. & Hess, P. (2015). Complete Streets Evaluation. Understanding Complete Streets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Clean Air Partnership.

Wolfe, C., Smith Lea, N., Mitra, R., & Hess, P. (2015) Complete  Streets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Ontario Planning Journal.

Smith Lea, N., Mitra, R., & Hess, P. (2014). The Complete Streets Catalogue: Understanding Complete Streets in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Toronto Public  Health. Healthy Streets: Jurisdictional Review. October 2014. City of Toronto.

Smith Lea, N. & Perrotta, K. (2014). Community Engagement & Active Transportation. Healthy Canada by Design.

Hess, P., Smith Lea, N., Bidordinova, A., Klassen, J. (2014). Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to the Implementation of Active Transportation Policies. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Teschke K, Reynolds CCO, Harris MA, Cripton P, Chipman M, Cusimano MD, Babul S, Becker J, Brubacher J, Friedman S, Hay D, Hunte G, Shen H, Smith Lea N, Winters M. (2012). The impact of transportation infrastructure on risk of injuries while cycling: I. Intersections. Vancouver: Velo-City Global 2012

Teschke K, Reynolds CCO, Harris MA, Cripton P, Chipman M, Cusimano MD, Babul S, Becker J, Brubacher J, Friedman S, Hay D, Hunte G, Shen H, Smith Lea N, Winters M. (2012). The impact of transportation infrastructure on risk of injuries while cycling: II. Intersections. Vancouver: Velo-City Global 2012

Smith Lea, N. (Fall, 2011). A (Transportation) Tale of Three Cities. Collections: 76-78. Toronto: Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

Smith Lea, N., Forkes, J. & Sztabinski, F. (2010). Converting On-Street Parking to Active Transportation in Toronto: Two Studies of Merchant and Patron Preferences. The Hague: Walk21.

Behan, K. & Smith Lea, N. (2010). Benchmarking Active Transportation in Canadian Cities. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Chan, A. & Smith Lea, N. (2010). Building Better Cycling Arteries in Cities. Lessons for Toronto. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N. (2010). Embracing Traffic Chaos. Toronto: OpenFile.

Forkes, J. & Smith Lea, N. (2010). Bike Lanes, On-Street Parking and Business Year 2 Report: A Study of Toronto’s Bloor West Village. Toronto: Clean Air Partnership.

Smith Lea, N. (Summer, 2009). Bike Lanes – Good for Us, Our City, and the Bottom Line. Collections, Volume 5, Issue 3: 23-24. Toronto: Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

Smith Lea, N. (2004). Affidavit of Nancy Smith Lea (Schedule “A”) in the matter of Hannah E. Evans v. Toronto (City). Ontario Superior Court of Justice Toronto Small Claims Court. Court File No. T64013/02.

Smith Lea, N. (Spring, 2003). Urban Cycling Safety: Individual or Social Responsibility? NCBW Forum. Washington: National Center for Bicycling and Walking.

Gamble, N. & Smith Lea, N. (Fall, 2002). Toronto Cyclists Fight for Respect. Planners Network, No. 153, 15-16. New York: Planners Network, Inc.

Smith Lea, N. (2001). Cycling Safety: Shifting from an Individual to a Social Responsibility Model. Thesis (M.A.), University of Toronto.

Smith Lea, N. (2000). Colliding Modes of Transportation: Issues of Inequity and Unsustainability. Environments, (28) 2, 49-61. Waterloo: University of Waterloo.