A Seminar in Transport Economics

Evidence-based Transport Planning in Toronto: Reducing Confirmation Bias with Complete Economics
A seminar in Transportation Economics presented by William Denning

WHEN: 12 PM, Friday, December 13th,
WHERE: TRS 3-129, 9th floor, 55 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 2C3

Please register to attend at:
Seminar Registration Form

About William Denning:
William is a qualified and knowledgeable transport economist and human geographer with over 30 years of professional experience. He has a strong background in all aspects of transport and spatial policy formulation, advisory and strategy development, economics, market research, and project evaluation. He recently completed the Efficiency Companion Report for the World Bank’s Sustainable Mobility for All Consortium’s Global Roadmap of Action. He managed the Transportation Economics Office for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation before retiring from the government earlier this year. William worked for several years on international transport economics assignments for the World Bank and Canadian Pacific Consulting Services. He supervised the Market Research and Planning unit of GO Transit and was posted to Malaysia as a Canadian Trade Commissioner. William has a BA (Honours) in Geography and Economics from the University of Toronto and an MA in Regional Science (spatial economics) from the University of Pennsylvania.