8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Airport West

If you are a Transportation Professional involved within the active transportation industry, developing, or implementing plans for active transportation within your municipality, or are interested in learning more about active transportation and how this topic impacts your community, this OTC Symposium is ideal for you. Post-COVID active transportation planners and engineers are faced with a greater need and priority on accessibility, equity, and multi-modality/complete streets. This Symposium is an ideal forum to connect and network with other active transportation professionals and subject matter experts to expand your knowledge through sharing information and best practices.

In-Person: Hilton Garden Inn 1870 Matheson Blvd Mississauga & Virtual (via Zoom)

8:30 – 9:15 a.m. OTM Book 18 Lessons Learned, Riccardo Caimano, P.Eng, WSP
9:15 – 10:30 a.m. South York Greenway Cycling, Pedestrian and Micromobility Corridor (along Hydro corridor) York Region, Diana Kakamousias, MES, MCIP, RPP, Program Manager, Sustainable Mobility, York Region, and John Kazilis, MCIP, RPP Manager, Transportation Development Planning, York Region
10:30 – 10:45 a.m. Break
10:45 – 11:30 a.m. York University Accessibility-Focused Site Visits, Sonya De Vellis, Coordinator Bicycle Safety Education, City of Toronto
11:30 – 12:15 p.m. Market Trail — a new rail-with-trail that connects the City of Waterloo, Township of Woolwich and light rail transit. Kevan Marshall, Principal Planner – TDM and Transit Integration, Region of Waterloo
12:15 – 1:15 p.m. Lunch
1:15 – 2:00 p.m. Complete Streets, Trevor Jenkins P.Eng., PTP, Project Manager – Sustainable Mobility Planning, City of Hamilton
2:00 – 2:45 p.m. Micro-Mobility/Equity, Peter Topalovic, Program Manager – Sustainable Mobility, City Of Hamilton
2:45 – 3:30 p.m. The Bike Priority Experience (BXO) from the Netherlands and Australia, Okka Maw, Integrated Mobility Consultant, Mobycon and Narayan Donaldson, Integrated Mobility Consultant, Mobycon

Special overnight accommodation rates are available at the Hilton Garden Inn Phone 1 (905) 361-6300.

Member Price $289 + HST (In-Person and Virtual)

Non-Member Price $389 + HST (In-Person and Virtual)

STUDENT – Students receive 20% discount on registration fees. (Proof of enrollment at a College or University must be emailed to along with name and contact details for manual registration prior to the event.)

Register Online HERE

Did you know OTC symposiums, workshops, and our conference count towards professional development points for those professions requiring professional development?

As a not-for profit association, proceeds from OTC events are re-invested into the association to help fund projects, communications, advocacy and member products and services. Your participation at OTC events goes a long way to helping make municipal multi-modal transportation in Ontario that much better.



Matt Pinder is a transportation engineer based out of WSP’s Ottawa office, focused on designing streets for people. Matt specializes in active transportation facility design, complete streets, road safety, and first and last-mile access to transit. Matt is an emerging expert in the planning and design of streets that balance the needs of all road users. He was a contributing author on Ottawa’s award-winning Protected Intersection Design Guide and the updated OTM Book 18. In 2022, Matt was recognized as the TAC Young Transportation Professional of the Year.

Kevan Marshall is a Principal Planner with the Region of Waterloo’s Transportation Demand Management and Transit Development Program.
His duties include coordinating planning and funding opportunities to integrate transit with active transportation, and improve wayfinding and multimodal supports at transit hubs. He is part of the project team preparing an implementation strategy for micromobility for the Region. Kevan also administers the Region’s workplace commuter program called TravelWise, which offers participating workplaces a special rate for transit, private staff carpool networks, emergency ride home reimbursement, and funds for on-site sustainable transportation supports. Kevan previously worked as a planner with Region of Waterloo Public Health’s active transportation and injury prevention teams.



Trevor Jenkins, P.Eng., is the Project Manager of Sustainable Mobility Planning at the City of Hamilton. He manages initiatives that advance the City’s sustainable mobility ambitions, including long-range active transportation and rapid transit plans, micromobility and active school travel programs. Trevor was the project manager for the Complete Street Design Manual, a guide that is helping transform the way streets are designed across Hamilton.

Peter has been with the City of Hamilton for over 14 years and specializes in sustainable mobility infrastructure, transportation policy, public engagement and behavior change, and micromobility. Peter is a former board member of the North American Bikeshare and Scooter Association (NABSA) and oversees one of the largest bike share systems in the mid-sized city category in North America. Hamilton is his home, where he also teaches sustainability at McMaster University.



Okka is an integrated mobility consultant at Mobycon Canada with experience from Australia in both the private and public sector. He previously worked within the New South Wales State Government as a senior transport planner for Transport for NSW, in addition to roles within transportation consultancies in New South Wales and Queensland. Okka has provided consulting services to a range of clients including private developers, construction contractors, retail operators, local government and state government agencies. His broad professional experience has allowed him to understand transportation and mobility in urban and rural environments through his work in traffic engineering, road safety, active travel planning, strategic transportation planning and design reviews. As a result of his work in Movement and Place in Sydney, Australia, Okka has also developed a pragmatic approach to placemaking and human-centered planning and reducing car dependency. He is passionate about road safety, and ensuring that transportation supports social, economic and environmental goals for communities.



$495 + HST $745 + HST
Sponsor’s name and logo will be featured on all marketing material and will be listed on our sponsor slide at breaks. Plus 50% off one(1) attendee registration. Please contact to confirm the sponsorship.
$1200 + HST $2000 + HST
Applies to all 2023 OTC Workshops and Symposiums.
Sponsor’s name and logo will be featured on all marketing material and will be listed on our sponsor slide at breaks. Plus 50% off one(1) attendee registration at each event.
Please contact to confirm the sponsorship.



Should a registrant decide to cancel attendance at an in-person or virtual event, training or symposium based on health concerns, unexpected travel issue or emergency, OTC will provide a credit to the registrant.

Rescheduling to another event is permissible and the registrant will be charged an administrative fee of $75.00. If the request is made within five business days, no cost will be applied.

If a registrant wants to cancel attendance at an event (in-person or virtual) and requests a refund, the registration fee less 50% will be refunded.

Please note that from time-to-time additional consideration may be given based upon circumstance and situational need. However, the above policy will be strictly enforced as the policy governing our events, trainings and symposia in all circumstances.