Posts Tagged: Steven Farber

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…

Poor access to amenities has significant consequences: Farber

UTTRI associated faculty Professor Steven Farber discusses his research on liveable neighbourhoods in a recent Globe and Mail article examining whether the “15 minute city,” where residents can access key amenities within 15 minutes of their homes, could work in…

Mischa Young on the true cost of ridesharing

Dr. Mischa Young presented “The true cost of sharing: A detour penalty analysis between UberPool and UberX trips in Toronto” as part of the School of Cities Urban Leadership Fellowship and Academy Virtual Research Festival, Session 3, on September 25.…

Farber leads new Suburban Mobilities Cluster

UTTRI associated faculty Professor Steven Farber of the Department of Human Geography at UTSC will lead the Suburban Mobilities Cluster of UTSC’s new Clusters of Scholarly Prominence Program (CSPP). The new program is funded by the UTSC Office of the…

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