Posts Tagged: Shoshanna Saxe

Farber, Habib, Saxe on Canada’s first active transportation fund

The Government of Canada has announced $400 million for Canada’s first active transportation fund, and the development of Canada’s first National Active Transportation Strategy. UTTRI associated faculty Professors Steven Farber, Khandker Nurul Habib and Shoshanna Saxe comment on Canada’s first active transportation fund…

Improve shared infrastructure and invest in transit, says Saxe

UTTRI associated faculty Professor Shoshanna Saxe makes a case for improving shared infrastructure and investing in transit in “Could “Amtrak Joe” Revolutionize Public Transport?”. The article focuses on President Biden’s interest in revitalizing the railroad networks in the United States: In…

Urban-suburban shift presents opportunities, says Saxe

The movement of some residents from downtown may be a good thing for the City of Toronto, says UTTRI associated faculty Professor Shoshanna Saxe in a radio interview for CBC Metro Morning, January 19, 2021. Saxe holds a Canada research…

Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs to Saxe, Donmez

Congratulations to UTTRI associated faculty, Assistant Professor Shoshanna Saxe of Civil & Mineral Engineering, and Associate Professor Birsen Donmez of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering who have been named Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs. Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs are for…

Saxe weighs in on Eglinton Crosstown West Extension LRT

UTTRI associated faculty Professor Shoshanna Saxe comments on Eglinton West LRT plans in the Toronto Star article “Burying the Eglinton West LRT will cost an extra $1.8 billion and may serve fewer local riders. So why do it?,” September 20,…

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