Monday, January 27, 2020

Tag: transit

Ontario releases its first regional transportation plan

The Government of Ontario has released its first draft plan to build a better regional transportation system in southwestern Ontario. "People in southwestern Ontario deserve...

Study observes opportunities to use ridesharing to access transit routes

Integrating ridesharing with transit in poorly serviced suburban neighbourhoods is an effective way to get people out of their cars and boost ridership. Researchers at...

TransLink launches RapidBus service

TransLink has launched its new RapidBus service in the Greater Vancouver Area, improving bus service frequency and reliability where demand is greatest. The significant...

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,...

Ontario cancels funding for the Hamilton LRT

The Government of Ontario has announced the cancellation of its $1 billion funding commitment for the Hamilton light rail transit project. According to multiple media...

Ministry mandate letter released for Infrastructure and Communities

The Government of Canada has released its mandate letters for ministries throughout the federal government, including the Ministry of Infrastructure and Communities. The letter outlines...

Toronto council approves provincial transit expansion plan

Toronto City Council has voted in support of moving forward with transit expansion with the Government of Ontario. "This is a deal that is good...

RFQ issued for Union Station Enhancement Project

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx (MX) have released a request for qualifications (RFQ) to prequalify project teams to deliver the Union Station Enhancement project. The...

Alberta budget cuts include infrastructure spending

The United Conservative Party, under the leadership of Premier Jason Kenney, unveiled its first budget for Albertans, with a focus on restoring the province...

Minority government leaves a majority of unanswered questions

Results weren’t in from any of the polls in British Columbia yet, but at a few minutes after 10:00pm eastern time, the networks declared...
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