Key Market
Mobility & Transportation
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A new reality for urban mobility

Our world continues to be impacted by growing urban populations and climate change. From aging infrastructure, changing demands, social gaps, funding limitations, and resource constraints, to global warming and carbon commitments, the need to balance stakeholder interests and develop resilient infrastructure is greater than ever. Across roads, rail, air and sea, we see today’s challenges as opportunity to engineer smarter mobility solutions, harness new technologies and equip transport operators and developers for the future.

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Jay Martin
Transportation Sector Lead
Monika Crouse
Digital Transport and Highways Lead 
John Howe
Mobility and Policy Solutions Lead
Naem Farooqi
Global Director – Sustainable & Resilient Infrastructure 
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    Increasing urban mobility in Ontario through transit network expansion
    Wood is leading the effort to make one of the largest infrastructure programs in North America possible by increasing urban mobility through the GO Transit system expansion and upgrades in Ontario.
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    Ensuring significant data collection to monitor air quality
    Since 1987, Wood has played a crucial and ongoing role in monitoring air quality through its support of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Status and Trends Network (CASTNET)
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    Scottish Western Isles Ferry Transport Using Hydrogen (SWIFTH2) project
    Wood has worked at the heart of a project to discover how hydrogen generated from onshore island wind power could power ferries serving communities along the west coast and isles of Scotland. The Scottish Western Isles Ferry Transport Using Hydrogen (SWIFTH2) project is headed by the community-led Point and Sandwick Trust in collaboration with seven industry partners including Wood, and part-funded by the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme.
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    Increasing urban mobility in Ontario through transit network expansion
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