About Us

Established in 2008, Transport Futures is a series of learning events coordinated by Healthy Transport Consulting. Working with our valued advisors, partners, sponsors and speakers, we are the only Ontario-based organization facilitating a rational dialogue on a range of challenging TDM measures and infrastructure funding mechanisms. Since 2015, we've also investigated public-private partnershipsThe Future of the Car and Intercity TravelCombining these learning events with effective research and media outreach, Transport Futures has made a solid contribution to the public discourse on transportation planning in Ontario and the rest of Canada.  

Martin Collier, Director, Healthy Transport Consulting, Guelph, Ontario

Martin CollierMartin provides government, private sector and non-profit organizations with sustainable transportation policy, planning, research and project/event management services. Clients have included Transport Canada, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, Metrolinx/York Region Transit, Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario, Pollution Probe, Smart Cities Research Services and Poulos & Chung Ltd. Besides founding Transport Futures in 2008 and co-founding the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation in 2006, Martin has managed the Ontario Smart Growth Network, Moving the Economy/Transportation Options and the Community Bicycle Network. He has also provided conference programming, logistics and financial advice to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and the Niagara Escarpment Commission. Prior to his work in the planning field, Martin worked for a decade in the music industry as a guitarist and band manager. Martin holds a Master of Environmental Studies degree in Urban Planning from York University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's University. Please contact Martin with any questions or suggestions!

Key Partners

Since Transport Futures' founding in 2008, the Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario and 407 ETR have provided unwavering strategic, financial and moral support. We wouldn't exist without these two key partners!

Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario        

407 ETR

 

 
 

 

Advisors, Volunteers and Contractors

Over the years, the following advisors, volunteers and contractors have assisted in the coordination of Transport Futures learning events:

  • Antoine Belaieff, Metrolinx
  • Angela Bischoff, Greenspiration
  • Aonghus Kealy, Director of Communications, Residential & Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario
  • Michael Chiu, VP, Transportation Business Development & Client Relations, WSP Canada Group
  • Rose Cleverdon, Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario
  • David Crowley, Principal, David F. Crowley & Associates
  • Justine Dainard, Local Impact Design
  • Mary Davis, Anam Consulting
  • Robert Davis
  • Anthony Davison
  • Claudio Gorizzan, Gorevale Developments
  • Bern Grush, Grush Niles Associates
  • Murtaza Haider, Associate Professor, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
  • Brendon Hemily, Principal, Hemily and Associates Transit Consultants
  • Cameron Johnson, Johnson Graphics
  • Vivien Leong
  • Robin Lindsey, Professor of Economics, University of British Columbia
  • Andy Manahan, Executive Director, Residential & Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario
  • Vince Mauceri, Transforward Consulting
  • Murray McLeod, Principal, Transportation Performance Solutions
  • Laura Moebs
  • Jason Neudorf, University of Waterloo (now Planner, WSP Canada Group)
  • Michael Roschlau, Strategic Advisor on Public Transit & Urban Mobility
  • Maureen Shuell, RendezVous Communications
  • Jason Thorne, Senior Planner, planningAlliance (now Chief Planner, City of Hamilton)
  • Herb van den Dool, 3-Speed Hub
  • JP Warren, JPW Sound
  • Henry Wiercinski
  • Bill Winegard, Winegard Municipal Consulting