Transportation Landmark Case Studies

Designation as a Landmark (best practice) case study through our peer selection process recognizes programs and social marketing approaches considered to be among the most successful, innovative, replicable and adaptable in the world.

Nominations are screened by Tools of Change staff and the most promising ones are then rated by peer selection panels based on a standard scoring grid. Designated programs are captured in detail and presented to other social change practitioners through webinars, transcripts and video recordings of the webinars, and written case studies.

Twenty three transportation case studies have been designated to date:

  1. Bear Creek Active and Safe Routes to School Program (designated in 2009)
  2. Bicycle Friendly Communities Program (2014)
  3. Bikeability Safety Training in the UK (2016)
  4. Bixi Bicycle Sharing (2012)
  5. Calgary's Workshift (2012)
  6. Casual Carpooling in DC (2009)
  7. Love To Ride (2014)
  8. Go Boulder (2009)
  9. EcoDriver (2011)
  10. Edmonton's LocalMotion Program (2011)
  11. England's Sustainable Travel Towns (2010)
  12. Fondaction and Carrefour Earn Points for Sustainable Transportation (2010)
  13. Green Communities Active and Safe Routes to School Program(2009)
  14. Haliburton Communities in Action (2012)
  15. HSBC Clean Air Achievers (2013)
  16. Integrated TDM Marketing in the UK (2010)
  17. King County in Motion (2015)
  18. Maryland & Virginia Telework (2010)
  19. Playa Vista Ability2Change (2016)
  20. Smart Trips Welcome (2012)
  21. Stepping It Up (2013)
  22. Stockholm Congestion Pricing (2013)
  23. University of Washington's U-Pass Program (2009)
  24. Vancouver's Individualized Marketing Pilot (2008)
  25. Walkability Roadshow (2008)

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These case studies were designated by our Transportation Peer-Selection Panel, which is made up of members from on the ground programs as well as from some of North America's most proactive NGO and government organizations supporting TDM professionals.

  • Danny Albert, University of Ottawa's Parking and Sustainable Transportation Department (2008 and 2009)
  • Elizabeth Allingham, Federation of Canadian Municipalities (2010)
  • Ben Campbell, Transport Canada (2011)
  • Daniel Coldrey, Transport Canada (2009 and 2010)
  • Mark Dessauer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC Foundation (2008 to 2014)
  • Katherine Forster, Transport Canada (2008)
  • Lisa Goodlet, Transport Canada (2011)
  • Catherine Habel, Metrolinx (2008 and 2009)
  • Jacky Kennedy, Green Communities Canada (2008 to 2015)
  • Ryan Lanyon, City of Toronto (2008 to 2016)
  • Nathalie Lapointe, Federation of Canadian Municipalities (2011 to 2016)
  • David Levinger, The Mobility Education Foundation (2012 to 2016)
  • Patricia Lucy, Translink (2013 to 2015)
  • Jessica Mankowski, Federation of Canadian Municipalities (2008 and 2009)
  • Gary McFadden, National Center for Biking and Walking (2009)
  • Lorenzo Mele,Town of Markham (2008 to 2012)
  • Geoff Noxon, Noxon Associates (2010 to 2016)
  • Chuck Wilsker, U.S. Telework Coalition (2009 to 2015)
  • Phil Winters, University of South Florida (2008 to 2016)
  • JoAnn Woodhall, Translink (2008 to 2012 and 2016) 

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