Public Transit Short Courses
August 21-23, 2019
Learn from leading transit planning researchers and practitioners in intensive professional development sessions. Registration opens soon.
Why Smart Cities are maybe so 2017 (and what this means for urban transport innovation and our social relations)
Professor Matthew Burke of Griffith University speaks to a full house on January 8 at U of T. Event details here.
The University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute
Re-imagining urban transportation: inter-disciplinary research for real-world solutions.
Toronto Chief Planner’s 2018 address
L-R: Laurie Payne, Eric Miller, Gregg Lintern, Ajeev Bhatia, Barbara Gray. (Photo: Matthew Azevedo)
UTTRI Faculty Snapshot: Associate Professor Shauna Brail
What aspects of transportation does your research address?
My research looks at the impact of ride-hailing on cities. In the first stage, I examined the role of government and processes of developing regulation as ride-hailing came to be accepted across Canada, particularly in Toronto. Currently, my focus is on the global economic geography of ride-hailing …Read more