Jason Le Blanc

OAA, LEED Green Associate
Transportation, Toronto

Raised in the untamed rainforests along the north coast of British Columbia, Jason was an early advocate for the natural environment and outdoor recreation. As the son of a carpenter and grandson of a developer, Jason’s interest in the built environment also started at an early age.

Jason’s focus on the transit sector combines his passions for nature and architecture, working on projects that reduce resource consumption, while transforming urban mobility and accessibility.

Jason’s transportation career began in 2001, with a junior role at the Calgary Airport Authority, during the planning stage for the expansion of the original 1977 terminal. His passion for transportation design continues with recent work including the planning, design, and delivery of transit projects across the eastern Canadian market.

“Achieving urban socio-economic balance and vitality necessitates advocating for citizen mobility with investments in the modernization of existing transportation networks. Quality public transit is one of the most effective means for advancing social equity and livability in our cities.”