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The idea of relying less on your car or even going without one entirely might be a scary prospect for some, but test-driving the idea for a month during these unprecedented times could prove a very worthwhile and profitable option! It might even convince you to opt for a car-free lifestyle. Did you know that 30% of Quebecers live fewer than 5 km from their workplace*? And yet...
Actualité - 29 May 2020 - Tag : Sustainable mobility, Transportation
 By Jessie Pelchat The current crisis has raised numerous transportation issues. Équiterre is working hard to keep up the pressure on the government and and to offer concrete solutions to build on the progress that has been made in sustainable mobility. How can we transform the negative news into positive news, and how can we make the most of improvements in certain modes...
Actualité - 29 May 2020 - Tag : Sustainable mobility, Transportation
To all those who thought that environmentalists calling for structuring transportation networks in Quebec were big dreamers, recent news and developments show that it’s important to dream big! Major transportation projects launched in Quebec cities Here are the projects and recent announcements for sustainable development:
Actualité - 13 April 2018 - Tag : Advocacy, Shared Mobility, Sustainable mobility
There are more and more incentives to support employers who want to promote the use of public transportation. But cars are ubiquitous and still the preferred mode of transport for commuting and business trips. This is largely due to ingrained habits, such as offering employees low-cost or free parking, or reimbursing mileage. In some cities and regions, these habits have been...
Actualité - 1 February 2016 - Tag : Clean transportation, Sustainable mobility, Transportation
Équiterre and Vélo Québec invite you to sign the Save OUR Route Verte petition by October 12 to save this jewel of Quebec tourism, which is in danger of closing following the government’s decision to discontinue the maintenance program. Show your support for this 5,300 km network across Quebec—named the world’s most beautiful bikeway by National Geographic in...
Julie Guicheteau won the 2008 Laure Waridel bursary for her master's project on success factors affecting sustainable mobility. Now she has turned her project into a book, Projets efficaces pour une mobilité durable, co-authored with her research director, Louise Millette. This book is for anyone who wants to know more about: