Ahmed M. El-Geneidy | TRAM Group Leader
Professor
School of Urban Planning
McGill University
Member of CIRRELT, the Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherché sur les Réseaux d'Entreprise, la Logistique et le Transport pour le Québec, le Canada et le monde
Ahmed's research interests include land use and transportation planning, transit operations and planning, travel behaviour analysis including both motorized (Auto and Transit) and non-motorized (Bicycle and pedestrian) modes of transportation, travel behaviour of disadvantaged populations (seniors and people with disabilities) and measurements of accessibility and mobility in urban contexts.
Nick Chaloux | Graduate Research Assistant
Nick
Master's student
School of Urban Planning
McGill University
Specialized Honours Bachelor of Arts, Urban Studies, York University
International Bachelor of Arts, International Studies, Glendon College
Nick is a Master of Urban Planning Candidate at McGill University's School of Urban Planning. His past life in Toronto saw the completion of two bilingual undergraduate degrees with an exchange to Grenoble, France. Formerly a Starbucks barista and a VIA Rail station agent, Nick's current research interests include understanding the inequalities of consumption-oriented urbanism, particularly around topics like housing affordability and transit provision.
Catherine Cui | Graduate Research Assistant
Catherine
Master's student
Department of Civil Engineering
McGill University
BASc Civil Engineering, University of Toronto
Catherine graduated in 2017 with a BASc in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto and is currently working towards her Master’s degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Transportation Engineering at McGill. She has previously worked for Toronto Hydro where she learned how to reconcile the various needs and priorities of stakeholders in the planning process. Having lived in cities all her life, she is committed to the development of better urban areas by addressing the quality of their transportation systems. She is particularly interested in public transportation planning and in her future career, she hopes to incorporate her engineering skills and expertise in the development of efficient and equitable transit projects.
Emily Grisé | Graduate Research Assistant
PhD candidate
School of Urban Planning
McGill University
Bsc Geography and Environmental Management, University of Waterloo
MSc Geography, University of Toronto
Emily graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master’s degree in Geography, after completing an undergraduate degree from the University of Waterloo in Geography and Environmental Management. The focus of her Master’s thesis was on pedestrian injury in the City of Toronto, with a particular focus on pedestrian planning and policy implications for children and the elderly. Her main research interests are on urban public transit planning and operations, specifically examining customer satisfaction and service reliability for an aging population.
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