To build more prosperous, functional, and responsible cities, government and government agencies, private sectors, and communities need to engage in productive dialogue. It is only when these parties are successfully working together that we will respond to the future demand for infrastructure in innovative, life changing ways.
The delivery of environmental benefits, productivity gains, agglomeration economics, more efficient patterns of land use, and improved investor perceptions; all have a role to play when seeking to justify public expenditure on urban rail transit.
Sound Transit Advisory
TraPac Terminal Automation Support
Burnhamthorpe Water Project
Regional Connector Transit Corridor
Published in ReNew Canada, July/August 2018, Vol.16, no.4.
Canadian Consulting Engineer Magazine March-April
Journal of Advanced Transportation, Vol 49, No. 1, Jan 2015, PP. 10-28
All Technical Papers
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