2021 Sustainable Mobility Award Finalists (Part 1)

Tuesday, June 29, 2021  |  1:00-2:30 PM ET Cost:  Free Register Now

This webinar presents three of the six finalists for the 2021 TAC Sustainable Mobility Award, which recognizes a member organization for excellence in the delivery of mobility services. A follow-up webinar on July 8 will present the remaining three finalists, including the other co-winner.


Co-Winner

COVID-19 Street Rebalancing Guide

Urban Systems
In partnership with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Presenter: Brian Patterson

Finalists

Smart Freight Centre: Innovative Concept to Promote Safe, Efficient and Sustainable Goods Movement

Regional Municipality of Peel, Ontario
Presenter: Sabbir Saiyed

Sustainable Streets for Everyone

City of Burnaby, British Columbia
Presenter: Stuart Ramsey


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