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Edmonton adopts new transit strategy

July 13, 2017 -

Edmonton City Council has approved its new transit strategy, which will modernize Edmonton’s transit system over the coming years. “Over 20,000 Edmontonians participated in the development of the transit strategy,” says Sarah Feldman, general supervisor of city wide strategy. “We very clearly...

Categories: News, Western Canada

London moving forward with bus rapid transit

May 17, 2017 -

The City of London is moving forward with a plan for a $440-million bus rapid transit (BRT) system. According to an article from the London Free Press, the finalized routes for the BRT would provide the city with access along major corridors in all directions, with access to the city core, Western...

Categories: News, Ontario

Winnipeg launches Eastern Corridor transit study

May 5, 2017 -

The City of Winnipeg has launched its Eastern Corridor Study, which aims to identify the route for a new rapid transit corridor connecting downtown and eastern Winnipeg, as well as a plan for the Louise Bridge. “The launch of the Eastern Corridor Study represents an important next step toward the...

Categories: News, Western Canada

TransLink plan receives phase 1 approval

November 24, 2016 -

The Lower Mainland Mayors Council has approved phase one of the 10-year transit plan for the region, which includes $2 billion in transit improvements. According to an article from Metro News, the Mayors Council on Regional Transportation, along with the TransLink board of directors, approved the...

Categories: News, Western Canada

Qualified groups announced for REM project

November 11, 2016 -

CDPQ Infra, subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, has announced the companies and consortiums that qualified as part of the qualification process for the completion of the Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM) project. Qualified companies and consortiums will have the opportunity...

Categories: News, Quebec

B.C. exploring Sea to Sky transit expansion

October 21, 2016 -

Plans are in motion to explore improved transit service for the Sea to Sky corridor — a growing region that the B.C. government has identified as a priority area for expansion. “As the population along the Sea to Sky corridor continues to increase, our transit services must keep pace,” said...

Categories: News, Western Canada

May 15–17, 2017: Global Public Transport Summit

October 11, 2016 -

Where: Montreal, Que. Organization: L'Union internationale des transports publics/International Association of Public Transport Website: uitpsummit.org

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York Region transit facility earns LEED Silver certification

October 5, 2016 -

An operations, maintenance, and storage facility designed and built by York Region Rapid Transit Corporation (YRRTC) has received LEED Silver certification from the Canada Green Building Council. The facility has been built to store and maintain York Region Transit/Viva bus rapid transit vehicles...

Categories: News

Queen West service marks final milestone for Brampton Züm project

September 9, 2016 -

Brampton Transit’s launch of the Züm Queen West service has marked the final project milestone of an ongoing partnership between the Government of Canada, the Province of Ontario and the City of Brampton. With the completion of the Züm routes, the remaining project work will include the purchase...

Categories: News

Canada, Alberta reach $1.08 billion bilateral agreement

September 1, 2016 -

The governments of Canada and Alberta announced a bilateral agreement that will make more than $1.08 billion in funding available under two new federal programs – the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. “We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with...

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