|P.M Bunting & Associates
Dr. Bunting had twenty-five years experience in policy and economics research; consulting; education and training.
He held a Bachelor of Applied Science (aerospace science), University of Toronto; Master of Science (engineering economics), Loughborough
University of Technology, U.K; and a Doctorate in Philosophy (ethics) from Queen's University at Kingston, Canada.
He held a Bachelor of Applied Science (aerospace science), University of Toronto; Master of Science (engineering economics), Loughborough University of Technology, U.K; and a Doctorate in Philosophy (ethics) from Queen's University at Kingston, Canada.
"Making Public Transport Work". McGill/Queens Press, 2004. Hardbound; 161 pages. ISBN 0-7735-2607-2
"Changing Trains: A Commercially Sustainable Railway Passenger Policy for Canada", a report on the challenges facing Canada's passenger railway at the end of the 20th century, and the strategic choices and policies that can produce a passenger system for the 21st century. 45 pages. ISBN: 0-9691818-1-7
ARTICLE: VIA RAIL
"Choosing the Right Route for Via Rail Sell-off", Financial Post, March 13, 1999
ARTICLE: HIGH-SPEED TRAINS
"High-Speed Train Service Should Stay in Station", Financial Post, December 5, 1998
A Canadian firm, established in 1990, P.M. Bunting & Associates provided the following professional services to suit client needs:
Mark was an established force in Canadian transportation policy research, an enthusiastic teacher, a well-liked and active member of the Kingston community. His death from cancer in August, 2000 stopped a brilliant career in full-flight.
Those wishing to remember Mark might consider sending a donation to a fund to assist the Department of Philosophy, in Mark's name. The address is: Memorial Donations, Office of Advancement, Dept. of Development, Summerhill, Queen's University at Kingston, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6 Cheques should be made payable to Queen's University and marked "for the use of the Dept. of Philosophy, in memory of Mark Bunting".
In addition, colleagues might like to know that the Canadian Transportation Research Forum awarded their bursary for best undergraduate paper of 2000 in Mark's name.