A stakeholder analysis of outreach opportunities to support low-carbon smart transitions for transit modernization

Transportation that uses green energy is environmentally friendly and helps to reduce greenhouse gas emission. But there is a tension between the stakeholders, policy makers and public on their economic return, policy implementation and perception on innovation in technology in transit respectively. Analysis on outreach opportunities to support transit modernization in to green technology will help acceptance of new environmental policy(ies), improve public perception and acceptance on innovation in transit and environmental integrity and lastly it will allow the transit corporation to loosen the tension between ‘go’ or ‘no go’ with regards to transforming to energy efficient technology

Faculty Supervisor:

Christopher Fullerton


Tasnuva Afreen


Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium


Environmental sciences


Automotive and transportation




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