The Transformation of Canadian Personal Mobility: Some Lessons from History

Posted on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 20:18

Discussions about sustainable mobility can often carry a sense of fatalism. Sure, we should probably change our transportation system to one that causes fewer greenhouse gas emissions, less air pollution, and fewer road fatalities. But gasoline-powered cars have been the dominant means of transportation in Canada for over half a century, and as progress in electric vehiclespublic transit, and active transportation infrastructure has been slow, profound change may seem a long way off.

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