Senior government and academic officials gathered Thursday at Brampton’s Embassy Grand Convention Centre for the launch of the Smart Freight Centre.
The centre will be a one-stop shop for addressing some of the most pressing transportation and logistics issues facing Canada’s busiest commercial and residential hub. For example: How do municipalities deal with increased traffic as online shopping necessitates more delivery vehicles?
McMaster will work with partners — the Region of Peel, University of Toronto and York University — for five years to improve the quality of life and ongoing economic vibrancy in the Region of Peel and Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).
Excerpt – Continue to full April 22, 2019 McMaster University Daily News article by Andrew Baulcomb, Degroote School of Business