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Ivana is a Proposal Coordinator for the National Transit & Rail team in Toronto where she coordinates all aspects of proposal submissions, and writes and edits technical and marketing materials. She has a Bachelor’s of English Literature from Carleton University and a Masters of Arts in Creative Book Publishing from Kingston University in the UK. Ivana enjoys researching and writing about topics relevant to the wider transportation industry, especially current national trends and issues.

Ivana Velickovic
Proposal Coordinator - National Transit & Rail

  • "+The Rise of Uber: Blurring the lines of the sharing economy+" corner
    December 03, 2015

    The Rise of Uber: Blurring the lines of the sharing economy

    Uber is a technology company that develops and operates the Uber ridesharing app. It first came into service in Canada in 2012 and is now actively transporting people in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montre...

  • "+A reflection on the seamless transit network at 2015 Pan Am and ParaPan Am Games+" corner
    September 08, 2015

    A reflection on the seamless transit network at 2015 Pan Am and ParaPan Am Games

    As the host city for the Pan Am (July 10-26) and ParaPan Am (August 7-15) Games, Toronto faced unprecedented challenges in welcoming 7,600 athletes and over a million spectators from around the wor...

  • "+Transportation History+" corner
    July 14, 2015

    Transportation History

    Our 1920s-themed Holiday extravaganza is quickly approaching. With this year’s successes and innovations in mind, let’s take a look back at a decade in which the Toronto Transit Commission was born...

  • "+Millennials+" corner
    July 14, 2015

    Millennials

    Millennials (or Generation Y, born 1983-2000) are driving less today than their counterparts were 15 years ago, according to a paper published in 2014 by the Pew Research Center[1]. Many of us wer...