Saturday, January 19, 2019

Tag: transit

Ontario providing $364 million for transit upgrades

Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation announced that the province is giving $364 million in gas tax funding to 107 municipalities that provide public transit...

Edmonton preparing Valley Line West LRT RFQ

The City of Edmonton is preparing to launch the procurement process for the design and construction of the Valley Line West LRT Project (“The...

Ontario announces daily GO service for Niagara Region

Government of Ontario and Metrolinx officials visited the rail station in St. Catharines to announce that the government will introduce long-asked-for weekday GO train...

What is a Smart City?

Smart Cities continue to be one of the most discussed subjects in the Canadian infrastructure landscape. And it’s for good reason. The Canada-wide Smart...

Alberta agrees to new funding partnership with Calgary, Edmonton

The Alberta government is introducing a new funding approach for the province’s two biggest cities. If passed, the City Charters Fiscal Framework Act would...

Alberta invests in Edmonton light rail expansion

The Government of Alberta has announced a $1 billion investment for the Valley Line West LRT in Edmonton. The route expansion will move 60,000 Edmontonians...

TransLink looks to increase Parking Rights Tax

Proposed changes to the Parking Rights Tax will help TransLink fund major transit and transportation improvements to keep people and goods moving quickly, safely...

Infrastructure takes centre stage in Ontario

Municipal election night in Ontario saw races throughout the province fought over future investments in community infrastructure. Most of province’s largest cities, including Toronto,...

Applications open for capital funding programs

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is inviting applications for the 2019-20 municipal infrastructure programs. Applications are being accepted for funding through the provincial...

$3 billion pledged for B.C. transit projects

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and British Columbia John Horgan have announced more than $3 billion in federal and provincial funding for two major rapid...
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