TAC Mobility Achievement Award

This award recognizes initiatives that demonstrate excellence in the delivery of integrated or multimodal mobility for people and goods, while reinforcing the social, economic and environmental pillars of sustainability.

Evaluation criteria

Outcomes – The initiative has resulted in improved travel options, more efficient travel activity or services, and/or effective and equitable strategies to enhance sustainability and benefit individuals.

Innovation – The initiative involves elements that are innovative within a Canadian context, in areas such as travel modes or technologies, or processes for planning, financing or delivering mobility services.

Transferability –The initiative is relevant to the improvement of mobility in other jurisdictions, and offers lessons that can be applied elsewhere.

More information on application process, eligibility and conditions.

Previous recipients

Note: Until 2020 this award was known as the TAC Sustainable Urban Transportation Award and in 2021, was known as the TAC Sustainable Mobility Award.

2022 City of Ottawa in partnership with Alta Planning + Design Canada
Protected Intersection Design Guide

City of Hamilton in partnership with Dillon Consulting
Keddy Access Trail

Urban Systems in partnership with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities
COVID-19 Street Rebalancing Guide

2020 City of Nanaimo, British Columbia
Nanaimo Goes Dutch


City of Ottawa
Chapman Mills Drive Transit Priority and Active Transportation Corridor

2018 Ville de Montréal
Redeveloping the Bonaventure Highway as an Urban Boulevard

City of Calgary
20th Avenue Street Lab Party


City of Hamilton
Hamilton Bike Share Program


City of Vancouver
Seaside Greenway Completion Project: Burrard Bridge to Jericho Beach


City of Edmonton
LEGO Videos for Educating Road Users about Bicycle Infrastructure


Metrolinx, City of Hamilton, Region of Peel, Green Communities Canada, University of Toronto
The Stepping It Up Project

2012 City of Kelowna
20-year Servicing Plan, 2030 Active Transportation Program

Corporation of the Town of Milton
Mobility Milton 2010: A Marketing Program to Encourage Transit Use in Milton


Ville de Montréal
BIXI Bike-sharing Program and New Bicycle Lanes


Ville de Québec
Ecolobus Service in Old Québec


City of Welland
City of Welland and Welland Hydro LED Streetlight Conversion Program

Regional Municipality of York
Pedestrian and Cycling Master Plan Study

2006 Towns of Richmond Hill and Markham
Smart Commute 404-7 Program: Reducing Traffic Congestion is Just Good Business
2005 Regional Municipality of York
York Region Rapid Transit Corporation's Viva Fast Forward to a Sustainable Future
2004 IBI Group and Region of Durham
Promoting Sustainable Transportation Through Site Design: A Proposed Recommended Practice
2003 Regional Municipality of Waterloo
"You Can Clear the Air" Grade Three Curriculum Supplement
2002 City of Calgary
Transportation Solutions Group

Resort Municipality of Whistler
The Whistler Way! Rideshare Program

Regional Municipality of York
Transportation Master Plan

2000 Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority
TransLink Strategic Transportation Plan 2000-2005



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