There is no one-size-fits-all solution for cities to improve transportation and reduce emissions.
Shauna Brail, associate director of partnerships and outreach at the School of Cities and an associate professor and director of the urban studies program at Innis College, authored an article published in The Conversation.
"Cities need to approach the wicked challenge of reducing transportation-based greenhouse gas emissions in different ways. There are, however, three strategic directions in which many places have found success in changing transportation options, travel behaviour, and ultimately, transportation-based emissions."
Read the original article and listen to an interview on "Moment of Truth" with David Moses starting at 28:05.