Resilience in a Transportation System

February 9, 2018 Ryan Martinson

In this Transportation Research Circular article, Ryan Martinson explores what resiliency is – and isn’t – and why a whole-systems approach improves transportation system resilience.

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About the Author

Ryan Martinson

Based out of our Calgary office, Ryan has been involved with numerous game-changing transportation projects—all with the goal of creating stronger communities and better cities.

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