On January 24, more than 35 students participated in the 2020 edition of the Urban Policy Lab Case Competition, organized by UPL Graduate Fellow Josh Cho. Eight teams of students were tasked with developing an implementation strategy to advance transit-oriented development in Toronto that also addresses challenges with affordability, gentrification and buy-in from developers and local communities.
Congratulations to our winners, Caroline Ewen, Duncan Cooper, Stephanie Bertolo, and Hongyu Xiao, and thank you to our expert judges, Dani Saad (City of Toronto), Leigh McGrath (Urban Strategies), Michael Collins-Williams (Ontario Home Builders’ Association), Ewa Downarowicz (Ontario Ministry of Transportation), Romas Juknevicius (City of Mississauga), and Meghan Wong (Metrolinx).
The Urban Policy Lab Case Competition took place on Friday, January 24, 2020… catch the recap for this event here!🚍🏠🚈🏬🚲 #TransitOrientedDevelopment #TOD Student Organizer: Josh Cho, UPL Graduate FellowVideo by: Kelly Husack#UPLcasecomp2020 Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy Public Policy, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, U of T
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