Understanding and acting to modify our mobility habits
The Chantier auto-solo has two objectives: to better understand the psychosocial factors at play in the relationship that Quebeckers have with their automobiles and to transmit and disseminate knowledge on the subject with the aid of various tools and concrete projects. This will, in turn, help us encourage people to adopt sustainable mobility options and reduce the collective dependence on automobiles.
Chantier auto-solo is a transdisciplinary panel that brings together expertise in everything from engineering and psychology to design and governance. Since 2019, Jalon has been coordinating the second cycle of the panel’s work, which will continue until 2021.
Since the panel was created in 2016, some key projects have been undertaken, including a literature review spearheaded by Sérgio Da Silva with the support of the Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en operationalisation du développement durable (CIRODD) and a vast action-research project to be published in 2020 by Jérôme Laviolette, winner of a David Suzuki Foundation Fellowship.
A unique transdisciplinary expertise
The panel is currently made up of the following members:
- Luce Beaulieu, Executive Director, Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en opérationnalisation du développement durable (CIRODD)
- Marie-Philippe Chouinard, Analyst and Project Manager, Regroupement national des conseils régionaux de l’environnement (RNCREQ)
- Claudia Déméné, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Planning, Architecture, Art and Design, Université Laval
- Anne-Sophie Gousse-Lessard, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science Institute, UQAM
- Véronique Laurin, Urban Mobility Consultant, Jalon
- Jérôme Laviolette, PhD student in transportation planning, Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering (Mobilité Chair), Polytechnique Montréal
- Catherine Morency, Full Professor and Canada Research Chair on Personal Mobility (Mobilité Chair), Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal
- Stéphanie Paré, Urban Mobility Analyst, Jalon
- Florence Paulhiac, Professor at the Department of Urban Studies and Tourism (ESG UQAM)
In.SITU Research Chair holder
- Owen Waygood, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal
Collaborators of choice
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