Geneviève Boisjoly is an Associate Professor in transportation engineering at Polytechnique Montréal. Her training is multidisciplinary (mechanical engineering, sustainable development and urbanism) and she is interested in the interactions between transportation networks, land use planning and mobility patterns, through a sustainable development lens. She has extensive experience in the accessibility indicators of urban opportunities in urban planning. She’s also interested in perceptions and user needs in integrated transportation planning tools and land use planning. Her work mainly focuses on active and public transportation methods, mobility patterns and social equity. Prof. Boisjoly has led several projects on sustainable mobility and accessibility, particularly for the City of Montréal and the Metropolitan Regional Transport Authority (ARTM).