The March edition of TAAG’s “Learn about Transit” webinar will be on the topic of Multimodal Transportation Integration: A Framework for Sustainable Planning.

Learn about how providing viable, attractive transportation alternatives for citizens, including walking, cycling and transit, is critical in building a healthy, sustainable community.

Find out the framework of how each mode works individually, but also how they work together to create a balanced integrated network. Topics include how active transportation and transit go hand in hand, how transit is important to pedestrian areas, and how an integrated multimodal network contributes to the well-being and enjoyment to all users. A Questions and Answers segment will follow the presentation.

About our speaker:

Dennis Fletcher (M.ES.) is an experienced transportation planner with more than 30 years’ experience in the transit industry. He specializes in community-based transit and transportation solutions that emphasize innovation, coordination, and mobility.

Dennis has extensive transit planning, operations and project management experience for fixed-route and specialized transit projects, derived from a range of positions held in the transit and consulting sectors. He has a successful track record communicating complex ideas and developing consensus around innovative solutions with transit agencies, including extensive public and stakeholder engagement components.

Dennis is a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA), sits on its Governance Committee and is an active member of the Accessible Transit Committee.

The event is free; however, donations are also welcomed. The online webinar will be held on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021 at 7:00p.m. To register for the event, please go to or click on the “Learn About Transit” banner below. If you cannot make it, it will be recorded and posted on our website the following evening.

Missed the last webinar? Find it online by clicking below!


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