A crowd spills along Bloor street after a transit disruption in November 2009. U of T Engineering research have designed an algorithm that they say can more efficiently dispatch buses to deal with downed subway lines. (Photo: Sweetsop, via Flickr)

Is there a better way for transit systems to deal with service disruptions?


Survey Camp construction underway


Connecting with: Loui Pappas

CHarhay at 75 The Esplanade Condo, June 25, 2020

Connecting with: Chris Harhay

CivMin winners of COVID-19 Student Engagement Awards

In busy areas where maintaining a two-metre distance from others isn’t possible, or is challenging, the university will assess and install protective measures such as Plexiglass barriers and sneeze guards (photo by Johnny Guatto)

Six ways U of T plans to keep students, faculty and staff safe on campus this fall


Connecting with: Mike Buckley

CivMin's Professor Baher Abdulhai

Five U of T engineers elected into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Joe Tiernay plays guitar by his garage as his Kick Kovid to the Kurb Koncert. (Photo courtesy Joe Tiernay)

Connecting with: Joe Tiernay

Prof. Marianne Hatopoulou

Modelling the health benefits of electric cars


CivMin Grads to Watch 2020

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CivMin professors and students honoured with industry awards