Date(s) - February 08, 2022
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
February 8, 11 AM to noon ET
Smart Mobility and Goods Movement
This discussion will lift off from the City of Mississauga’s Transportation Master Plan, which aims to reduce car dependency by developing more local mobility options and connections to regional transit. Explore how innovations in smart mobility and goods movement can serve a rapidly growing city and result in community and environmental benefits with panelists:
- Geoff Wright, Commissioner, Transportation and Works, City of Mississauga
- Geoff Marinoff, Director, Transit, Transportation and Works, City of Mississauga
- Kate Hatoum, Vice President, Development, DiamondCorp
- Dr. Bilal Farooq, Canada Research Chair in Disruptive Transportation Technologies and Services, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, and Director of Ryerson LiTrans Lab, Ryerson University
Moderated by Dr. Pamela Robinson, Professor and Director, School of Urban and Regional Planning and Academic Director, City Building Ryerson, Ryerson University.
Presented by City Building Ryerson as part of Urban Innovation Café Discussion Series, Mississauga: Urban Innovation in Action.