Lindsay Wiginton

Managing Consultant | Dunsky Energy

Lindsay is a core member of Dunsky’s Clean Mobility practice and supports clients by connecting big-picture objectives to the details that matter for effective programs and projects. With a unique understanding of transportation policies at the municipal, provincial and federal levels, Lindsay is known for building productive relationships and developing shared strategies toward a common goal. A Registered Professional Planner, Lindsay brings 10 years of experience at the nexus of urban planning and clean energy, designing solutions at the national and local scale.

Prior to joining Dunsky, Lindsay served as Senior Project Manager at the City of Toronto, where she spearheaded and procured Toronto’s first electric automated shuttle trial. She also led the design of the City’s Transportation Innovation Zones Program and managed neighbourhood-scale transportation studies. She also held roles as the Managing Director of the Transportation and Urban Solutions team at the Pembina Institute, as a Senior Consultant at Acertys/Hill+Knowlton.

Fully bilingual, Lindsay holds a master’s degree in urban planning from McGill University and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Queen’s University. Across her work and volunteering roles, Lindsay brings a passion for building more green, just, and healthy communities.