Thursday, April 2, 2020

What Comes Next?

Few years will have as much impact on infrastructure development as 2019 did. In the past 12 months we saw Ontario reveal its pipeline,...

Commentary: Hamilton needs the LRT, so what happens next?

It was hard to believe when the announcement was made. The Government of Ontario, in a statement rushed due to the potential for a...

Examining Mobility Equity

More than 1.3 million low-income Canadians live in neighbourhoods with low access to transit, academic Steven Farber told delegates at the recent Transport Futures...

Nuclear Perspectives

With nearly $26 billion being invested in the refurbishment of Ontario’s nuclear assets, it’s clear that the province values the energy resource as part...

ReNew Canada launches the InfraIntelligence podcast

The new InfraIntelligence podcast, presented by ReNew Canada and sponsored by KPMG, provides a unique opportunity to hear from industry leaders about the future...

Park the old approach

Many will recall a dramatic rescue of two men by police in west-end Toronto after they were trapped in a flooded, below-ground parking elevator...

Mass Timber 2.0

The adoption of mass timber has been slow in Canada. There is a lack of knowledge of the material among project owners, zoning and...

Election debate sees candidates take deep dive on transportation policy

About a month ahead of the Oct. 21 federal election, Transport Futures hosted a special transportation debate at the University of Toronto. Moderated by...

Infrastructure and the Federal Election

We are just a few days into the throes of the election campaign, and already infrastructure is having an early impact in the national...

The Next Government

In the past decade, Canada has seen record investment in infrastructure from the federal government. But despite annual commitments of billions of dollars from both...

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