Canada

Mobycon Canada has a new home!

Our Canadian team has moved into a new office space in Ottawa’s West Centretown neighbourhood just in time to host Dutch colleague Lennart Nout for a productive week of projects and meetings. Once a neighbourhood general store, this heritage building is now a dynamic shared space for entrepreneurs and community events. Conveniently located between Chinatown and Little Italy, the centrally located office space provides ample room to park all types of bicycles and features a front stoop!

Photo Credit: Zara @zarastillmotion

Since beginning our work in North America in 2012 and launching Mobycon’s North American consultancy in 2015, our team has had the privilege of working with clients and partners across Canada. We have been pleased to work clients in places like Ottawa, Calgary, Toronto and Canmore on policies, plans and designs that deliver future-oriented sustainable mobility solutions. This move is a display of our commitment to them and future partners that although we have Dutch roots, we are local and here to stay.

The new office provides much needed space to grow our Canadian team and to host clients and visitors for events or a cup of coffee. Details to come soon about training sessions hosted at our new space at 204 Lebreton Street North.

If you’re planning to be in the neighbourhood, feel free to get in touch with Elizabeth Allingham or Justin Goulding for a coffee op de stoep.

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Elizabeth Allingham

Director - North America

‘North American cities are building momentum to address mobility challenges. But there is so much left to do! I’m excited to support cities in Canada and the United States using practical and innovative ideas from the Netherlands to create local solutions.’

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