Smart Mobility and Cities: A Study From Toronto-On

Guilherme Bridi, Emanuelle Soares dos Santos, Elenara Viera de Viera


This study aimed to identify the positive and negative aspects of urban mobility in Toronto, highlighting the importance of ICT's Information Technologies and describe which aspects of urban mobility are characteristic of smart mobility. The sample consisted of 118 citizens who answered a structured questionnaire. The results indicate that Toronto's urban mobility has several aspects that fulfill the smart mobility requirements, especially projects and investments in improving infrastructure, safety, and accessibility, as well as innovation and sustainability actions that benefits citizens and tourists. Nevertheless, improvements are still needed in community-manager interactivity platforms and transportation costs, especially for the low-income population.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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