Wednesday, August 10, 2022


Progress continues on Scarborough Subway Extension

By Joshua Patel Scarborough’s three-stop subway extension continues to take shape with crews starting work on the project’s headwalls. Headwalls are underground support structures made up...

Report challenges municipalities to prioritize cyber resiliency

By Glenn Miller While the shocking events in Ukraine have raised the public profile of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, Toronto Metropolitan University’s (TMU)—formerly Ryerson University—Cybersecure...

Recycled Roads

Durham Region pilots road reconstruction using recycled materials. The principles of “rethink, reduce and reuse,” have been around a long time, but new takes on...

Driving the next wave of public transit expansion

Public transit is the backbone of livable cities. Better transit means less congestion, faster commutes, more convenience, higher productivity, and lower emissions. Simply put...

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Canada launches consultations on establishing permanent public transit funding 

Infrastructure Canada announced the launch of public consultations on the design and implementation of Permanent Public Transit funding in Canada. Feedback will inform a...

Federal government announces 500 new EV chargers across Canada

Natural Resources Canada announced an investment of over $2.4 million in Indigo Park Canada to install 500 Level 2 EV chargers at 68 sites...

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