Shared Autonomous Vehicles are changing the way we move. At GoMentum Station and Bishop Ranch, Stantec is an integral part of that transformation.
The role of shared autonomous vehicles in the mobility revolution
Focusing on moving people, not vehicles, is a paradigm shift that promotes accessible, inclusive, and equit...
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Infrastructure Week 2019: The state of American transit today and tomorrow
How do we get people moving? It’s about acceptable commute times, longer-term master plans, and high-capacity public transport systems.
Infrastructure Week webinar alert: 4 ideas on how to build for tomorrow
In celebration of Infrastructure Week, Stantec experts are hosting a PechaKucha-style webinar to share ideas on how we can #BuildForTomorrow
All Things Urban: Joe Geller talks Stantec’s Urban Places
Stantec’s Urban Places team is using an integrated approach to help cities and suburbs alike take advantage of the burgeoning urban renaissance.
How to plan for the future of electric vehicles
Incorporating smart technologies to future-proof your charging infrastructure investments
What can smart city planners learn from 3,000-year-old Varanasi, India?
India faces infrastructure challenges, yet one of its ancient cities is bridging old and new ideologies—an inspiration for all aspiring smart cities
From the Design Quarterly: 9 facets of smart cities
There’s no easy definition for “smart cities,” but by beginning to describe them, we can anticipate what’s next
Downtown Columbus, Ohio: A case study in the mobility revolution
From scooters to self-driving shuttles, an urban planner returns to his hometown and sees the future of mobility
Joining America Walks opened my eyes—it’s a long path to genuine walkability for everyone
Walking is clearly beneficial for people and communities, yet assuring walkability for everyone turns out to be a lot of (worthwhile) hard work
Microtransit series (Part 4): Academic research can help advance accessible transit
How partnerships between public agencies, universities, and the private sector can meet the needs of accessible transit ridership
Published in Design Intelligence: Innovation with Community in Mind
Stantec senior leaders Nancy MacDonald and Anton Germishuizen share their expertise on the future of city building
Electric scooters are everywhere—what should we learn from them to plan future mobility?
The rapid global rise of this small-but-mighty transit tool offers 7 takeaways for cities preparing for their future
Microtransit series (Part 3): How tech can help transit unlock microtransit's opportunities
Technology in transit is no longer a nice-to-have…it’s a must-have
Issue 04 | Intersections
When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow.
The Future of Freeways: The Impact of Connected and Automated Vehicles
As connected and autonomous vehicles become more prevalent, we may see big changes on our freeways with enhanced safety and capacity.
Stantec's Urban Places conferences and speaking engagements
Join our Urban Places experts as they share knowledge on city building at industry events around the world
The science of wayfinding—a formula to increase transit ridership
Academic research shows how good wayfinding at transit stops can help increase overall ridership and user experience
What is a smart city? And how can we avoid getting the "Betamax version"?
When planning for ‘smart cities’ the most important consideration is how new technologies can serve people
Published: Trends in Urban Planning - What’s on the horizon for our cities?
General Manager of Urban Planning & Environmental Services Tom Young discusses four emerging trends in urban planning for the Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand
Microtransit series (Part 2): Key considerations when integrating on-demand service
Before looking at private partners, take a hard look at current operations, fixed-service routes, and stakeholder communication
Microtransit series (Part 1): Technology helps cities meet demand for accessible transit