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The Role of Transportation, Technology and Land Use Planning on Built Form and the Development of Complete Communities: Experiences from the Metrolinx Mobility Hub and the Developing Mobility Hubs of Burlington, Ontario


Event Date: 2017-11-02
Time: 2:30 PM
Location: OA 1022
Price: Free

The Role of Transportation, Technology and Land Use Planning on Built Form and the Development of Complete Communities: Experiences from the Metrolinx Mobility Hub and the Developing Mobility Hubs of Burlington, Ontario

David Sajecki, Associate, Brooke McIlroy

David Sajecki is an urban planner with Brooke McIlroy in Toronto, specializing in the development of transit design. He is a an engineer and project manager, with experience in  transportation planning and design, public consultation, policy analysis and transit system implementation. He has received both a Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Civil Engineering) from Queen’s University. 

David has been a Senior Advisor for the Union Pearson Express at Metrolinx, providing strategic and technical advice related to the planning and implementation of the service. He has worked on transportation projects within the current Toronto transit hub development,  in British Columbia, and across Ontario including the Waterloo region light transit system and the Burlington area transit/ urban hub.

Thursday, November 2, 2017
2:30 p.m.
OA 1022, Lakehead University
500 University Ave., Orillia