New smartphone app designed by U of T Engineering researchers will track users’ movements to inform transportation planning across the Greater Golden Horseshoe
Driverless cars, artificial intelligence and e-sharing are transforming transportation. Are our cities ready?
U of T Engineering transportation research institute aims to model the impact of self-driving cars, car-sharing and other transportation innovations
Bike lanes on Bloor Street: U of T Engineering partners with Miovision, City of Toronto to help evaluate pilot and track traffic safety
Matthew Roorda (CIvE) performing conflict analysis to help cities evaluate the impact to safety of any changes to a streetscape
This story is Part 5 of an eight-part series, Global Engineering Impact, running throughout fall 2015. A U of T civil engineering professor is playing a key role in making the pilgrimage to Mecca
This story is Part 6 of a seven-part series, U of T Engineering in the City, running throughout fall 2015. Last Friday, an unmanned octocopter lifted off from a grassy park in a Toronto ravine. It
This story is Part 2 of a seven-part series, U of T Engineering in the City, running throughout fall 2015. Just before leaving by bike to interview U of T transportation guru Eric Miller (CivE),