Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Tag: transportation

ORBA outlines its provincial election priorities with release of transportation plan

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The Ontario Road Builders’ Association (ORBA) outlined its provincial transportation plan today with the release of Keep Ontario Moving: ORBA’s 2022 Provincial Election Priorities. The...

Manitoba budget includes $2.4B multi-year infrastructure capital investment strategy

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As part of Budget 2022, the Manitoba government announced it is investing $2.4 billion in a multi-year infrastructure capital investment strategy, including an annual...

Squamish, B.C. launches $43M capital plan

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The District of Squamish, B.C. announced it has committed to invest $43,477,930 on critical infrastructure replacement, active transportation, preventative maintenance, flood protection and capacity...

UBC breaks ground on $23 million renewable energy hub

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A new $23 million renewable energy hub will transform an entire city block at the University of British Columbia into a smart energy district,...

New public transit and active transportation infrastructure in Alberta

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The governments of Canada and Alberta announced funding for the construction of a pedestrian-cyclist bridge in Banff and the addition of a low-floor bus to the City...

Building Back Better in B.C.

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In his mandate letter, British Columbia Premier John Horgan outlines a challenging variety of duties for Rob Fleming, British Columbia’s new Minister of Transportation...

WSP Global to acquire Golder

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Leading engineering and design firm WSP Global Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire Golder, a leading engineering and consulting firm with more...

Traversing the Fraser

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Opened in 1959 to join the cities of Richmond and Delta in British Columbia, the George Massey Tunnel running under the Fraser River has...

TAC releases report on bicycle infrastructure safety

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The continued growth of cycling in Canada is leading to the development of infrastructure that better serves the safety and mobility needs of cyclists....

B.C. names new Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure

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British Columbia Premier John Horgan has named Rob Fleming as the province’s new Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. Fleming was first election to the legislative...
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