This is a full-time, exempt position, located in Washington, DC. Remote considered.
Explosive population growth in the Toronto Region is powering a renaissance of transit-oriented communities in both urban and suburban geographies. Shaped by public policy, governance and market forces, the realization of these opportunities has been mixed, at times resolving urban challenges but often exacerbating them.
ULI Toronto and the Future of Infrastructure Group (FIG) worked together to organize four workshops based on three station developments in the Toronto region, and one transit system development in Montreal. A mix of expertise examined the challenges and learnings to provide recommendations on unlocking the potential of Transit Oriented Communities (TOC).
On Thursday, January 13th from 12:00 pm to 1 pm ET, a joint panel of ULI Toronto and FIG will be exploring past and future TOC sites. They will be providing lessons learned to ensure that these complex opportunities are better leveraged to become the cornerstone city building blocks of greener, more affordable and more equitable Greater Toronto.
Thursday, January 13, 2022 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Overview Presentation and Moderator:
The Getting to Transit Oriented Communities: Experiences in Canada report provides a summary of the insights gathered that can be found here. Learn more about how the ULI Curtis Infrastructure Initiative and ULI more broadly is building capacity in communities globally here.