January 19, 2016
During the week, Jonathan Dursi uses his skills at OICR to help tackle one of the world’s biggest problems – cancer. But this fall Dursi instead used his talents to come up with ways to mitigate one of the greatest annoyances of life in Toronto – traffic. He did this with more than a hundred others interested in traffic and planning at the TrafficJam, a two-day hackathon organized by the City of Toronto to find solutions to traffic problems in the city. Twenty-two teams participated in the event and Dursi and his team, the Traffic Jam Tacos, came out on top.