Friday, May 29, 2020

Tag: transit

Ontario, York Region announce new transit partnership

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Following the signing of the "Ontario-York Region Transit Partnership Preliminary Agreement" with the Regional Municipality of York, Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation and Kinga...

Mercier named chair of CUTA

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The Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) has announced the appointment of Alain Mercier as chair of CUTA’s board of directors for a two-year term. Alain...

The best laid plans…

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By Phil Gillies, Executive Director, Ontario Construction Consortium On March 5, many construction industry members attended the Ontario Construction Secretariat’s excellent Outlook Conference at the...

York Region investing $404 million in transit, transportation infrastructure

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York Regional Council approved $404 million to continue building road and transit system improvements in 2020, contributing to an overall $3.1 billion investment over...

Report suggests debate needed to understand escalating subway construction costs

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The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) has released a report calling for a closer look at the rising costs of building...

Erwin named HDR’s new Eastern Canada transportation lead

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Tara Erwin has taken on a new role as HDR’s transportation lead for Eastern Canada. Working from the company’s Richmond Hill, Ontario office, Erwin will...

Ontario asks federal government for billions for subway projects

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford is asking the federal government to provide, at minimum, 40 per cent of the funding needed to construct the province’s...

RFP issued for Union Station Enhancement Project

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Four shortlisted teams have been invited to respond to a request for proposals (RFP) to deliver the Union Station Enhancement Project. Teams were selected based...

Options revealed for Burrard Inlet transit crossing

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The technical feasibility study of a potential high-capacity transit crossing from Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet to the North Shore has completed Phase 1....

Reece Bailey joins EXP as Major Projects lead

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EXP has announced the appointment of Reece Bailey as executive vice president, major projects, to lead the Major Projects sector based in Ottawa. Bailey...
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