Having lived in Vietnam, Australia, Singapore, Canada and Sweden, Amy Do is fascinated with urban planning and infrastructure development. She is completing her bachelor’s in Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia, minoring in Economics. Amy plans to pursue a career in transportation planning and engineering, focusing on developing sustainable solutions for communities and cities.
Mobi Bikes: Will Bike Share Make Vancouver a World-Class City?
by Amy Do
After many delayed attempts at bringing bike share to Vancouver, British Columbia, Mobi Bikes finally launched in July of 2016, with 1,500 bikes and 150 planned stations. Vancouver is the 5th city in Canada to embrac... Read article
Young Vancouverites Discuss Housing Affordability at “A Future We Can’t Afford”
by Amy Do
Amidst conversation surrounding housing affordability issues in the Metro Vancouver area, young Vancouverites came together at the Museum of Vancouver on April 22, 2016 to discuss issues relating to the housing marke... Read article