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What’s Up with Ridership? Transit Trends and Influences in Canada

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22 janvier 2019

A newly released study for the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) has examined transit ridership from 1991 to 2016 in more than 100 Canadian communities. Researchers from the University of Toronto investigated and measured the relative importance of 79 different factors related to demographics, land use, economic conditions, and service characteristics. Join this webinar to hear more about the study, its findings and conclusions.


Wendy Reuter, CUTA Vice-President, Member Value

Wendy leads CUTA’s work on integrated urban mobility, infrastructure, autonomous vehicles, greening and resiliency. She chairs the National Research Council’s Automotive and Surface Transportation Advisory Board, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Public Transportation Association, Transport Canada’s Surface Transportation Roundtable, and TAC’s Urban Transportation Council.

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