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Gazette journalists and Concordia researchers launch a citizen-engagement experiment
Posted on October 17, 2017

The Montreal Gazette announces #MTLroadwork — a journalism project involving Concordia professors and reporters at the Gazette. The collaborative pilot project will focus on roadwork-related problems in Montreal, with Concordia professors to provide material generated by their research touching on different aspects of roadwork.

In the first article in the #MTLroadwork experiment, a Montreal Gazette reporter and Concordia's Pierre Gauthier, associate professor of urban planning in the Department of Geography, Planning and Environment in the Faculty of Arts and Science, examine ongoing and planned road infrastructure projects. At the end of the article, the paper refers its readers to Concordia infrastructure-related academic projects led by Gauthier, Amin Hammad, professor in Concordia's Institute for Information Systems Engineering, and Mazdak Nik-Bakht, assistant professor in the Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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