Thursday, January 17, 2019

Tag: transportation

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...

B.C. launches southern Vancouver Island transportation study

A complete, comprehensive, and co-ordinated look into improving traffic flow on southern Vancouver Island is the focus of a new transportation strategy being launched...

Improving Alberta’s High Load Corridor

A new government study identifies the improvements needed to Alberta’s existing High Load Corridor over the next two decades to give industry a more...

Call for proposals for the National Trade Corridors Fund

Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced that the Government of Canada will begin a call for proposals under the National Trade Corridors Fund on...

N.S. announces $300 million for transportation infrastructure

Nova Scotia’s roads, highways, and bridges are getting a funding boost, as the provincial government is providing a $300 million investment in capital spending...

Alberta investing in Grande Prairie highway expansion

Nineteen kilometres of Highway 40 will be twinned between Grande Prairie and south of the Wapiti River area, part of a significant investment in...

B.C. releases review of Massey Tunnel replacement project

The original George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project pushed the 10-lane bridge option without fully considering feasible alternatives or local opinions on the best path...

New Brunswick announces $321.1-million budget for transportation, infrastructure

The Government of New Brunswick announced that $321.1 million will be set aside in the 2019-20 capital budget for the Department of Transportation and...

Pembina releases report on road tolls for Toronto

A road toll on the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Expressway would largely impact commuters with incomes above the median, meaning that concerns...

Manitoba releases fall construction-tendering schedule

The government of Manitoba will proceed with $20 million in infrastructure projects for the remainder of the 2018-19 fiscal year, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler...
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