Brandon leverages transit network design to help communities provide broader mobility options.
Brandon has professional planning experience in the design, development, and analysis of Regional and Municipal Transportation and Transit Master Plans (TMPs) which has exposed him to various multi-modal challenges at the micro, meso, and macro levels. Brandon’s experience includes working in both urban and rural settings; designing commuter and recreational facilities (and being able to combine both in a single network). Brandon has led several Transportation Master Plans through the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (MCEA). He has also been involved in provincial goods movement/cross-boarder movement studies and the development of regional and large metropolitan TMPs.
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Publications and presentations:
- Curbside Management in an Autonomous World (Conference Presentation). Association of Commuter Transportation (ACT) Canada Summit 2019, 2019