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BAY-ADELAIDE CENTRE
Toronto, Ontario

This site will contain a parking garage, three towers, and an urban plaza. To reduce peak-hour single-occupant traffic, BA Group has developed operational and physical strategies including better bicycle parking and shower facilities, provision of car-share vehicles on-site, limiting parking supply, and PATH connections. 

TDM & DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS WORKSHOP
Peel Region, Ontario

BA Group developed a full-day training workshop on the topic of TDM & the Development Approvals Process that was delivered to various transportation staff at the Region of Peel, the City of Brampton, the Town of Caledon, and the City of Mississauga. The workshop, which was developed in conjunction with the Association for Commuter Transportation for Canada (i.e. ACT Canada) provided attendees with training on how to maximize the implementation of TDM strategies into new development projects.

TDM IMPLEMENTATION STUDY
YORK REGION, Ontario

BA Group developed a Transportation Demand Management Strategy to help establish a coordinated and uniform approach to implementing TDM across York Region and the nine local municipalities. The overarching goal of the project was to help York Region create a seamless transportation network across the Region, providing residents with a range of transportation options for all trips and reduce dependency on the single occupant vehicle.