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April 28, 2006
Ryan Lanyon is the Project Director for the Smart Commute Association and has worked in transportation demand management (TDM) since 1999 in both the nonprofit and government sectors. His career began in the National Capital Region, focusing on cycling promotion, and grew with the City of Ottawa to cover all sustainable modes of transportation and trip reduction. Ryan has been involved in a number of local and national TDM initiatives, such as acting as an advisor for Transport Canada's Commuter Options Guide and the Moving on Sustainable Urban Transportation (MOST) funding program. Ryan has a Bachelor's degree in Urban Studies from Carleton University, and a certificate in Marketing from Algonquin College.

The Smart Commute Initiative is a public-private partnership in the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton for managing commuter transportation demand. Coordinated by the Smart Commute Association, the Initiative helps local employers and commuters explore transportation options such as carpooling, transit, vanpooling and cycling, as well as non-transportation options like telework, flex-time and compressed work weeks. Services to employers and their employees are provided through a network of ten transportation management associations (TMAs), also known as local Smart Commutes. Smart Commutes are currently operating in North Toronto, Vaughan; Northeast Toronto; Markham, Richmond Hill; and Mississauga.

A copy of the comprehensive presentation given by Ryan Lanyon at the meeting can be downloaded in PowerPoint format here.

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