2015 Meeting Archives

The Future of Mobility, Air Quality, and Health

12th Annual Air Quality and Health Workshop - March 25, 2015

The movement of people and goods around cities, countries, and the planet impacts the health of populations via air pollution, physical activity, climate forcing and other pathways. New ideas and new technologies in transportation have the potential to bring about a paradigm shift over the coming decades, which could improve health at the global scale. This workshop will present ideas, research, and case studies from international experts who are challenging the status quo of mobility. Participants will be inspired to think about the possibilities while being challenged to consider what it would take to implement them.

Transportation and Public Health
Dr. Bert Brunekreef, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Trending Towards the New Mobility
Dr. Martin Wachs, RAND Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Community Design and Travel Choice
Dr. Larry Frank, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Active Transportation
Dr. Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada

Trends in Mobility: Trends in Shared-Use Mobility and Emerging Technologies
Mr. Adam Cohen, University of California Berkeley, CA, USA

Case Studies on Small Community Mobility: Central Okanagan
Mr. Jerry Dombowsky, City of Kelowna, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Transportation and Health in Metro Vancouver
Dr. Jat Sandhu, Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver, BC, Canada

AirCare and Mortality
Dr. Michael Brauer, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

San Francisco Transport Strategy
Mr. Timothy Papandreou, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, San Francisco, CA, USA


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