The ability to deliver goods reliably and on schedule is vital to any business. As the Edmonton region continues to grow quickly, increased demands for moving goods will put pressure on the transportation system. The Edmonton Goods Movement Strategy is intended to support this growth by guiding decisions and actions that will enhance the efficiency and safety of goods movement in the City of Edmonton within a regional context, while supporting the implementation of The Way We Move, Edmonton’s Transportation Master Plan.
About the speaker:
Howaida Hassan is a transportation engineer with the City of Edmonton working with the Policy Implementation and Evaluation team of Transportation Planning. Howaida was born and raised in Toronto and has lived in Edmonton for 12 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 1999 from the University of Waterloo, and soon after moved to Edmonton where she joined the City of Edmonton’s Transportation Planning Branch. Howaida has 9 years of experience working with Transportation Planning including work in transportation modeling, policy and strategy development. Howaida is married with three kids (age 6, 9, and 11) who are well-versed in the meaning and importance of “transportation mode shift.” They proudly (but sometimes reluctantly) walk to school every day. Howaida also currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Islamic Family and Social Services Association.
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