Alexander Bigazzi

Contact Information

Tel: 604-822-4426

Alternate Contact

Lou Corpuz-Bosshart

Media Relations Specialist

Tel: 604 822 2048



Transportation engineering, transportation planning, air pollution, emissions, traffic management, active transportation, bicycling, sustainable development, air quality, public transport, public transit

In the Media

2022 ‘The gap is large’: B.C.’s small towns illuminate urban-rural divide in EV infrastructure – Glacier Media via North Shore News and others Metro Vancouver can safely integrate most new electric-powered mobility devices, study finds – Glacier Media via Vancouver is Awesome and others 2020 Does the work-from-home shift spell the death of the daily commute? – BNN Bloomberg A look at six possible routes for rapid transit across Burrard Inlet – Vancouver Sun Car-sharing firm leaves Canada with valuable data in changing market: expert – Vancouver Sun 2019 Ride-hailing is coming to B.C. Here’s what you need to know – Globe and Mail E-scooter abandonment issues have cities scrambling to get problem under control – Postmedia/Vancouver Sun Super Awesome Science Show: Riding bikes – Global BC Former B.C. premier pushes ‘bold’ heavy rapid transit plan – CBC 2016 Why you shouldn’t pedal too quickly Some bicyclists breathing twice the pollution, study finds Traffic and bike paths a volatile mix, UBC pollutant study finds Busy Streets Are Bad For Cyclists’ Lungs, Portland Study Says Study finds optimal walking and cycling speeds to reduce air pollution inhalation Riding faster while commuting increases inhalation of pollutants, UBC study finds Walking fast can make you breathe in more air pollution Air pollutants make a case for walking ver-r-ry slowly, study finds Pollution vs. exertion: what’s the best speed to walk or cycle? All Points West: Pollution vs. exertion: what’s the best speed to walk or cycle? B.C. benefiting from the return of the road trip