In the Kingston-Galloway community of Scarborough, Ontario, ideas are becoming reality for the Reconnect the Disconnect MOVE charrette team.
Smart card technology, like Hong Kong’s Octopus card, provides riders a simple and convenient payment option, helping to improve boarding times and efficiency.
With a dense urban landscape and flat terrain, favourable cycling conditions are abundant in Copenhagen, ensuring the bike is a healthy, safe, quick and eco-friendly way of getting around.
With views of the Hudson River and the Midtown skyline, New York City’s High Line is an innovative greenway through Manhattan’s West Side.
Curitiba’s bus rapid transit (BRT) system has revolutionized this once car dominant city.
André Côté, manager of programs and research for the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, explores transportation governance around the world.
Hunter Tura, President and CEO of Bruce Mau Design, discusses the future of urban transportation in Canada and beyond.
Don’t miss out on your chance to explore this multi-sensory exhibit and discover the past, present and future of transportation!
Once complete, Vancouver’s 25-kilometre Central Valley Greenway will link neighbourhood centres with multiple transit stations and bus routes, and will connect other greenways and bike routes throughout the region.
From Calgary’s CTrain to Ottawa’s plan for downtown light rail transit (LRT), light rail is set to transform cities across Canada.
To reinforce its image as the “most bike-friendly” urban centre in North America, Montréal plans to further integrate bicycles with its transportation system, doubling the cities 400-kilometre network of bike lanes within seven years.
With the population of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) projected to grow to almost nine million by 2031, mobility hubs are a blueprint for sustainable transportation, increasing efficiency and creating vibrant centres where people live, work and play.
Learn how UPS helped Pearl Jam reduce their carbon footprint for the PJ20 Anniversary Destination Weekend concert in 2011.
On September 4, Metrolinx is bringing one of its new LRVs to Evergreen Brick Works. Come for a sneak peak at the future of transit in Toronto!
Former TTC chair Adam Giambrone, a panelist on the MOVE: Health talk September 11, shares his thoughts on urban transportation and the charrette process.
A far cry from the junk yards of the past, today’s modern auto recyclers provide high quality used auto parts that are good for your car, wallet and the environment.
For the entire month of July, Tanner was immersed in the transportation quagmire that is Toronto. Hear his thoughts on a more sustainable transit future.
Up next in the #Month In A Car Passenger Seat series, Rachelle Waterman, marketing manager for Smart Commute, talks about the benefits of carpooling.
Jared Kolb of Cycle Toronto shares his thoughts on biking in the city and what needs to be done to get more Torontonians riding.
The fifth webisode in our #Month In A Car Passenger Seat Series, featuring former chief city planner for Toronto, Paul Bedford.
The fourth #Month In A Car Passenger Seat webisode, with Matthew Blackett of Spacing. Hear his views on how Toronto can become a more livable and sustainable city.
With less CO2 emissions in the air and fewer cars on the road, the benefits of car sharing go beyond personal convenience.
Check out our third webisode in our #Month In A Car Passenger Seat Series, featuring an interview the with the founder and president of AutoShare.
The Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown is the fist step towards bringing Metrolinx’s ambitious transportation plan to life.
The second webisode in our #Month In A Car Passenger Seat Series, featuring interviews on sustainable transportation solutions.
The first webisode in our #Month In A Car Passenger Seat Series, looking at sustainable transportation solutions and alternatives.
Cisco’s Smart+Connected Communities helps to keep communities connected in multiple ways.
Learn how auto recycling is good for the environment, your wallet and your car.
Come out to MOVE for opening weekend, June 30 to July 2, for a sneak peek at the solar car from U of T’s Blue Sky Solar Racing team.
The final post in our series examining the history of cycling in Toronto and its impact on the social, political and economic life in the city.
Holcim’s pervious pavement parking lots at Evergreen Brick Works are one way of making transportation infrastructure more sustainable.
The second post in our series examining the history of cycling in Toronto and its impact on the social, political and economic life in the city.
The effort to prevent the Spadina Expressway will be one of many stories featured at the MOVE Expo, July-October.
The first of three posts examining the history of cycling in Toronto and its impact on the social, political and economic life in the city.
Officially opened in 1962, the Trans-Canada Highway connected Canadians from coast-to-coast. What will be next for a nation devoted to sustainable transportation?
From personal health, to economic, social and environmental improvements, active transportation is an integral component in the design of healthier communities.
At the MOVE Expo from July-October, The Canoe exhibit celebrates a cultural icon that plied Canada’s waterways and shaped a nation-wide transportation system well before there was a nation to traverse.
The Pembina Institute recently released a new report that offers key insights into managing gridlock and funding rapid transit in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The report, entitled Drivers’ Choice, presents the results of an Environics Research Group online poll, which surveyed drivers in the GTA whose commute behind the wheel was at least 30 minutes one way. The [...]
Evergreen is looking for a candidate who is willing to live in a car from June 26 to July 26, as we gear up for this summer’s MOVE Expo.
We need your help to build a team of dedicated volunteers for the MOVE Expo–volunteers who want to engage a wide range of audiences in conversation about sustainable transportation.