Lisa Guseva, a third-year Civil Engineering student, was part of a team to win second place at the New Frontiers in Transportation competition. The event was held September 20, 2022 at the University of Toronto.
The University of Toronto Transportation Alumni Network (UTTAN) hosted their fourth annual U of T student research competition symposium on the timely theme “Reimagining transportation systems for a changing climate.”
The team took the second place prize of $475 per student, awarded for the category “Active Transportation in a Changing Climate” with their entry Designing for Extreme Heat | Written report.
Mentors for this team were Trevor Jenkins, Project Manager Sustainable Mobility Planning, City of Hamilton, and Michelle Kearns, Associate at Access Planning.
This article originally published by the Mobility Network