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A streetcar stops on King Street in Toronto. A section of the busy east-west street travelling through downtown Toronto has restricted car traffic, and U of T Engineering researchers are collaborating with the City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission to study the pilot project’s effects. (Credit: Billy Cabic via Flickr under creative commons license)

Crunching the numbers on Toronto’s King Street transit pilot

Professor Brenda McCabe (CivE) is among 20 new inductees into the Engineering Institute of Canada.

Brenda McCabe elected Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada

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Green infrastructure: New tool to help construction industry reduce carbon footprint

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VIDEO: Students Win 2017 U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero

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The S-WORD: Defining Sustainability

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CIV 150 | Legacy Lecture – Canada 150 Edition

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#EveryDropMatters: Five ways U of T engineering research is enhancing water sustainability

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U of T Mining and Mineral Engineering ranks top 10 in the world

Professor Robert Andrews’ work has lead him to solve real-world problems for drinking water safety.

Nine Engineering professors and alumni inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Nine Engineering professors and alumni inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

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Leslieville Grade 4 Class visits Lassonde Institute

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New partnership establishes a Canadian teaching city for engineering students