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Transit Equity Planning in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
This portfolio consists of four sections written as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Masters in Environmental Studies (MES) degree. Section 1 consists of my research and written contributions towards a report ...
Impacts of Transportation Planning on Economic Development: The relationship between economic, social, and environmental variables and transit hubs measured through spatial statistics
The objective of this research is to identify the rate of change surrounding transit lines in the regions of Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto. The rate of change is observed through a sustainability lens bringing to light ...
Fostering Active Transportation In School Communities: A Literature Review And Case Study Of A Suburban Toronto High School
Active transportation is a growing area of interest in planning, particularly in relation to young people, who are walking and cycling considerably less throughout North America than in previous decades. Approaches to ...
The Road Ahead: Disruptive Innovation And Technology In Urban Transportation
Technology and cities have long been intertwined in their respective development, and thusly the relationship between them is one that results in noticeable effects when either changes. In the context of the modern city, ...