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Planning for Mobility Hubs — Metrolinx ’ s Mobility Hub Program Identifying Mobility Hubs

@inproceedings{EngelYan2012PlanningFM,
  title={Planning for Mobility Hubs — Metrolinx ’ s Mobility Hub Program Identifying Mobility Hubs},
  author={Joshua Engel-Yan and Amanda Leonard},
  year={2012}
}
placemaking roles. Introduction The Big Move Regional Transportation Plan The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), Canada’s largest metropolitan area, is projected to grow from six million to nine million residents over the next 25 years.1 To ensure that the region’s transportation system can support this growth, Metrolinx, the GTHA regional transportation agency, has developed the area’s first Regional Transportation Plan, which is called The Big Move: Transforming Transportation in the… 

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