Events from the Coalition and our members

  • Vanier April 25th Team Meeting

    Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Do you live in Vanier? Do you want to get involved to improve the transportation system in your neighbourhood and across the city?

    Come out to the meeting!

    Join us as we choose priorities to champion, discuss strategies, and TAKE ACTION to improve pedestrian, cycling, and transit options and infrastructure in Vanier. Make your voice heard, and get involved in transportation planning, so that together we can create a healthier, more equitable, accessible, and affordable transportation system!

    Vanier Community Services Centre in Ottawa, ON, Canada
    5 RSVPs
  • 2019 Annual General Meeting

    Thursday, May 02, 2019 at 05:30 PM

    Attend the Annual General Meeting of the Healthy Transportation Coalition and find out the winner of this year's MiniGrant!

    Draft Agenda is as follows:

    1. Quarterly Financial Update
    2. Election of Board Members
    3. Campaign Updates
      1. Electric Buses
      2. Affordable Housing Near Rapid Transit
      3. Cycling Infrastructure Improvements
      4. Keeping Transit Affordable
    4. Advancing Equity in the Official Plan and Transportation Master Plan
    5. Update on Last Year's MiniGrant Winner
    6. Announcing This Year's MiniGrant Winner
    7. Adjourn to a nearby pub (TBA) for socializing!


    Want something added to the agenda? Email Erin at

  • Planning & Transportation Equity workshop

    Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 01:00 PM

    With Ottawa set to put a greater focus on equity and inclusion when it updates the Official Plan and Transportation Master Plan, it is important to understand what this means and what some initial community priorities are. Social equity is an emerging but challenging planning issue. Policy makers, practitioners and the general public want to ensure that individual policy and planning decisions help support social equity goals.

    This workshop will discuss transportation equity issues and provide guidance for incorporating them into planning analysis. It will describe various social equity impacts, discuss ways to evaluate these impacts, and discuss practical ways that local transportation planning can help achieve equity goals including increased affordability, economic opportunity and community health.

    You are cordially invited to attend the Planning & Transportation Equity Workshop on May 15th from 1pm to 4pm at Ottawa City Hall. The event is being co-organized by Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development, Capital Ward Councillor Shawn Menard, City for All Women Initiative, Healthy Transportation Coalition, and Making Voices Count.

    The event is free, but space is limited, and RSVPs are required; don’t delay, please RSVP below today.

    Donations at the door will be welcomed to help cover event costs.

    The event agenda is as follows:

    Planning & Transportation Equity Workshop

    1pm to 4pm, on Wednesday, May 15, 2019

    Festival Boardroom, Ottawa City Hall

    1 - 1:30pm – welcome guests, registration, mingling

    1:30 - 1:40pm -- Coun. Shawn Menard -- Welcome and Introductory remarks

    1:40 - 1:45pm – Trevor Haché to introduce 3 expert guest speakers

    1:45 - 2:15pm – Planning for Equity, Affordability and Community Health

    Todd Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute

    2:15 - 2:35pm – Urban Planners & Engineers: Our Role in Equity Discussions & Decisions

    Kate Whitfield, Senior Associate Engineer/Planner, Alta Planning + Design

    2:35 - 2:55pm – Equity Measures from a Planning Perspective

    Orly Linovski, Assistant Professor, Department of City Planning, University of Manitoba

    2:55 - 3:20pm – Presentation from community members about their transportation equity priorities

    3:20 – 3:35pm – Experts synthesize their perspectives 

    3:35 - 4pm – Ask the Experts (questions & answers)

    Festival Boardroom, Ottawa City Hall in Ottawa, ON, Canada
    10 RSVPs