Samples of our work

Transportation Demand Management for Canadian Communities: A Guide to Understanding, Planning and Delivering TDM Programs (opens link in new window) This guide offers advice to help municipalities plan and implement TDM programs, based on lessons learned by Canadian communities (Transport Canada)

Workplace Travel Plans: Guidance for Canadian Employers (opens link in new window) A comprehensive guide written for employers interested in helping their employees find more efficient and sustainable ways of commuting to work. It helps employers to define their own goals and objectives, then to develop a tailored travel plan that will give them a positive return on their investment. (Transport Canada)

Improving Travel Options in Small and Rural Communities (opens link in new window) A concise guide, based on Canadian research, to help practitioners plan and implement sustainable transportation outside urban centres (Transport Canada)

The Case for TDM in Canada (opens link in new window) An evidence-based compendium of TDM's potential for success, intended to help practitioners make their case to important audiences (ACT Canada)

Public Transit Issue Papers (opens link in new window) A series of more than 30 concise publications on various aspects of transit, aimed at elected officials and other decision makers (Canadian Urban Transit Association - responsible for research and writing)

Communities in Motion (opens link in new window) An overview of strategies to improve active transportation in Canadian communities, for elected officials (Federation of Canadian Municipalities - responsible for research and writing)

Improving Travel Options with Transportation Demand Management (opens link in new window) An overview of strategies to influence individual travel behaviours, for elected officials (Federation of Canadian Municipalities - responsible for research and writing)

Alternative Development Standards (opens link in new window) An overview of approaches to improve housing affordability and choice, while reducing the environmental impacts of development (Federation of Canadian Municipalities - responsible for research and writing only)


 

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