Meet our board member!
Jamie Hilland is a Sustainable Transportation Planner with Urban Systems in Winnipeg. Jamie has worked on a number of Transportation Planning projects across Canada, including the Active Transportation Master for the City of Windsor, the Active School Travel Strategy for TransLink in Vancouver, Study and Design of the Ruby/Banning Greenway for the City of Winnipeg, Study and Design of the McDermot/Bannatyne Protected Bike Lanes for the City of Winnipeg, City of Winnipeg Climate Action Plan, Wolseley to Downtown Walk Bike Project, City of Edmonton Cycling Strategy, Northmount Drive Bike Lane project for the City of Calgary , and School Travel Planning for the City of North Vancouver. Jamie sits on the Expert Advisory Board of the Canadian Institute for Health Research funded Child Active Transport Safety and Environment Study, and the Policy Committee of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. Jamie has presented at numerous Sustainable Mobility conferences across Canada and the United States, including Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place, Winter Cycling Congress, Association for Commuter Transportation Sustainable Mobility Summit, Ontario Bike Summit, National Bike Summit, and the Safe Routes to School National Conference, and most recently attended the invitation only New Mobility forum in Vancouver BC, looking at the future of automated, connected, electric, and shared mobility in the Metro Vancouver region. Jamie is also the founder and head coach of the Flaming Cheetahs Bike Club, helping to teach 65 children a year safe road and trail riding skills at locations across Winnipeg.