Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Tag: transit

Hamilton city council votes to sign agreement to build LRT line

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Hamilton City councillors voted 11-3 to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Metrolinx and the province to build a 14-kilometre light rail transit...

GO Expansion progress along the Barrie Line well on its way

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The Barrie GO Line is being prepared to support future two-way, all-day GO service. Over the next 10 years, Metrolinx’s GO Expansion program will...

CDPQ Infras issues update on REM de l’Est project

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CDPQ Infra issued an update on the REM (Réseau express métropolitain) de l'Est project, providing a progress report and publishing two separate technical reports...

TTC marks 100 years of service

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To kick off its anniversary celebrations, the TTC hosted a special celebration at its Roncesvalles Carhouse where Mayor John Tory officially proclaimed Sept. 1...

Durham Region’s BRT project gets $114 in funding

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Canada and Ontario Invest Over $114.5 million in Public Transit Infrastructure for Residents of Durham The governments of Canada, Ontario and the Regional Municipality of...

Canada and Ontario invest in improved public transit for residents of...

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The governments of Canada and Ontario announced joint funding for seven projects to improve public transit and provide additional active transportation options to Hamilton residents. The Government...

New transit-oriented communities proposed for Ontario Line

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The Ontario government is proposing to build vibrant communities along the future Ontario Line subway at the Exhibition, King-Bathurst and Queen-Spadina transit stations. These mixed-use,...

OREA report highlights ten infrastructure projects province needs

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The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) released The Ten Infrastructure Projects for a More Competitive Ontario, a research report written in partnership with KPMG Global...

Redefined procurement strategy moves Calgary’s Green Line forward

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The Green Line Board is moving the Green Line LRT project forward, with the support of the Government of Alberta, following an extensive project...

Getting off the Roller Coaster

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Canada Launches Engagement for First National Infrastructure Assessment By John Allen When it comes to infrastructure, announcements of billions of dollars for new transit lines or...
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