Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Tag: safety

Saskatchewan proceeds with second year of intersection safety strategy

The Saskatchewan government has completed $40 million in highway safety improvements throughout the province since 2019. This marks year two of a five-year $100...

TAC releases report on bicycle infrastructure safety

The continued growth of cycling in Canada is leading to the development of infrastructure that better serves the safety and mobility needs of cyclists....

Turning down the heat

By Justin Crewson, Dan Gent, and Shahrzad Simab If you ask an electric utility professional about what is top of mind for them day-to-day, you...

BC Hydro gradually ramping up Site C construction

BC Hydro has announced it will safely begin increasing construction activities at the Site C dam site in a phased approach in the days...

Massey Tunnel safety improvements underway

Work is underway to improve brightness and visibility in the George Massey Tunnel. “We continue to move ahead with our work to replace the George...

YESAB endorses Alaska Highway safety upgrades

The Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board (YESAB) has recommended that the Alaska Highway Safety Improvement project be allowed to proceed as proposed. The...

Report released on highway construction camera pilot project

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has released the results of a pilot project that examined the effectiveness of camera technologies in construction zones....

Alberta changing laws for highway construction zones

The Government of Alberta is making sure highway construction crews stay safe, while helping the flow of traffic through construction zones. Contractors are now required...