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CUTA Transit Vision 2040 - 355

CUTA Transit Vision 2040 - 355

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Published by: WonderfulWaterloo on May 25, 2010
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Transit Vision
defines a future in whichpublic transit maximizes its contribution to quality of life with benefitsthat support a vibrant and equitable society, a complete and compactcommunity form, a dynamic and efficient economy, and a healthy naturalenvironment. The Vision involves:
Putting transit at the centreof communities
through strongergovernment policy and decision-makingframeworks, and better community planningand design.
Revolutionizing service
in all typesof communities through expansion andinnovation, so that transit systems can bothencourage and serve growing demands asthey keep pace with the changing face ofcities and towns.
Focusing on customers
and acceleratingthe delivery of flexible, integrated transitservices that meet the needs of anincreasingly diverse and discriminatingclientele.
Greening transit
to further reduce theindustry’s ecological footprint, improveenergy efficiency and limit greenhouse gasemissions.
Ensuring financial health
throughenhanced transit infrastructure andoperating investments by all orders ofgovernment, more progressive approachesto generating revenue, and new efficienciesin service delivery.
Strengthening knowledge andpractice
so that Canada’s transit industrycan more effectively respond to futureopportunities and challenges.
Transit Vision 2040
of the mode of travel,
with more accessibility,
Urban sustainable mobility must be independent
~ Florence Junca-Adenot, Université du Québec, Montreal
flexibility, integration with urban planningand better energy choices.
and yet transit is already struggling to cope with its existing demands.
With increasing urbanizationtransit becomes the major issue,
~ Don Drummond, TD Bank Financial Group

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