Landmark Case Studies

Designation as a Landmark (best practice) case study through our peer selection process recognizes programs and social marketing approaches considered to be among the most successful in North America. They are nominated both by our peer-selection panels and by Tools of Change staff, and are then scored by the selection committees based on impact, innovation, replicability and adaptability.

The first case studies to be designated relate to sustainable transportation. They are:

These case studies were designated by the Transportation Peer-Selection Panel, which is made up of members from on the ground programs as well as from some of North America's most proactive NGO and government organizations supporting TDM professionals.

  • Danny Albert, University of Ottawa's Parking and Sustainable Transportation Department (2008 and 2009)
  • Daniel Coldrey, Transport Canada (2009)
  • Mark Dessauer, Active Living by Design (2008 and 2009)
  • Katherine Forster, Transport Canada (2008)
  • Catherine Habel, Metrolinx (2008 and 2009)
  • Jacky Kennedy, Green Communities Canada (2008 and 2009)
  • Jessica Mankowski, Federation of Canadian Municipalities (2008 and 2009)
  • Gary McFadden, National Center for Biking and Walking (2009)
  • Lorenzo Mele,Town of Markham (2008 and 2009)
  • Chuck Wilsker, U.S. Telework Coalition (2009)
  • Phil Winters, University of South Florida (2009)
  • JoAnn Woodhall, Translink (2008 and 2009)