Smart Vehicle Technology as a Transit Solution Commercial Considerations for Planning and Deployment
Date: February 16th, 2023
Author: Titash Choudhury, Maria Pinto, Dr. Josipa Petrunić
CUTRIC-CRITUC Knowledge Series in Low Carbon Smart Mobility Innovation
Vol. 4, No.1
The Canadian ZEB Database™: Canada’s zero-emission bus landscape and electrification readiness Report #2 is part of CUTRIC’s Knowledge Series, and provides an update on the Canadian zero-emission bus (ZEB) landscape. The first Canadian ZEB Database™ report  was published in June 2022. It used data directly provided by transit agencies and from the public domain to establish the overall readiness of provinces and municipalities in decarbonizing their fleets. CUTRIC continues to report the advances provinces and municipalities have made under the Canadian ZEB Database™.
Research & Developments
Canada's Zero-Emission Bus Landscape & Electrification Readiness - Vol. 3, No. 2
The Canadian ZEB Database™: Canada’s zero-emission bus landscape and electrification readiness Report #2 is part of CUTRIC’s Knowledge Series, and provides an update on the Canadian zero-emission bus (ZEB) landscape.
Renewable Natural Gas as a Complementary Solution to
Decarbonizing Transit - Vol. 3, No. 1
Public transit is one of the most common modes of transportation in big cities. These vehicles are predominantly powered by fossil fuels that are most often diesel. Diesel is one of the most polluting fossil fuels and consists of an entire fuel supply chain that is carbon intensive.
Electrical Utility Strategies for Transportation Electrification - Vol. 2, No. 3
The Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) is proud to announce the publication of the first-ever comprehensive review and assessment of Canadian electrical utilities’ transportation electrification strategies.
New Mobility & Autonomous Vehicles: Impacts on Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Vancouver - Vol. 2, No. 2
Our new report for the David Suzuki Foundation explores the opportunity for Metro Vancouver policy-makers to build on the soon-to-be-released Transport 2050 plan by advancing autonomous vehicles as emissions-reducing and mobility-improving tools.
Rout∑.i™ Predictive Modelling of Autonomous Shuttle Performance & Passenger Capacity - Vol. 2, No. 1
Transport Canada created the Advance Connectivity and Automation in the Transportation System (ACATS) program to help prepare the country for connected and automated vehicle (CAV) deployments on Canadian roads.
Best Practices and Key Considerations for Transit Electrification
& Charging Infrastructure Deployment - Vol. 1, No. 2
This report summarizes results from an extensive literature review of different transit electrification deployments and experiences, including service provider insights, charging standards overviews and electric bus deployment data both in Canada and globally.
Rail Innovation in Canada: Top 10 Technology Areas
for Passenger & Freight Rail - Vol. 1, No. 1
The main objective of the clean rail innovation study conducted by the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) for Transport Canada is to identify the “Top 10” feasible technology theme areas that will build Canada’s future passenger and freight mobility system.