Key Market
Mobility & Transportation
Viewpoint
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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Connect with our experts
Jay Martin
Transportation Sector Lead
Monika Crouse
Digital Transport and Highways Lead 
John Howe
Mobility and Policy Solutions Lead
Naeem Farooqi
Global Technical Director of Zero-Emission Mobility
  • Case study
    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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    Bridging teams through Connected Worker digital solutions
    Once complete, the Gordie Howe International Bridge will be among the longest cable-stayed bridges in North America, connecting Detroit in the United States to Windsor in Canada. This $5.7 billion (CDN) bridge will provide a new international crossing for Detroit-Windsor transit, effectively connecting the two business hubs across the border.
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    Innovative technology accelerates net-zero goals for one of Canada’s most densely populated areas
    The Town of Oakville is making their vision to be the most liveable town in Canada a reality by becoming one of the first municipalities to transition their entire fleet of transit buses, comprising of over 100 vehicles, to zero emission battery electric power.
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    Team Wood contributes to the UK high-speed rail network project
    The United Kingdom is creating a world-class high-speed rail network known as High Speed Two (HS2) to support economic growth across the region and in the cities it connects, from London to those in the Midlands and North of England.
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    Wood transforming Prince Edward Island communities with sustainable transit solutions

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    Wood supports successful development consent order for Manston Airport