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The Canadian Government will pump nearly $15 billion into the country’s transport industry, with a central pot of money to be created for ongoing projects.
Some of the biggest names in student transit in the US have teamed up to electrify thousands of vehicles across the country in a bid to turn the famous yellow buses green.
First hopes that with this new partnership, passengers in the US and Canada will be able to search for transport and pay all within the same app, making their experience a lot more convenient and efficient.
CUTRIC and its members are contributing a total of $4.2 million in funding over three years with an additional $551,000 through the federally supported Mitacs Accelerate and Elevate programmes to fund CUTRIC’s National Academic Committee on Zero-Emissions Buses (NAC-ZEB).
8,300 youth aged 25 or younger, 2,600 seniors, 2,300 New Canadians and 9,700 drivers were asked about their main priorities and values for the next 30 years of transportation and development in Metro Vancouver.
In a bid to keep every road user safe, from pedestrians to cyclists, Transport Canada has announced funding of $1 million to increase the safety of vulnerable road users.
New MoU will see California and Canada share technical information and best practices in regulating cleaner fuels as commitment to reducing transportation emissions.
The ION Light Rail Transit (LRT) – the Waterloo Region’s new rapid transit system in Ontario, Canada has officially launched at Kitchener's Fairway Station.
Thales is to provide its Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) system for the city of Ottawa’s east and west Stage 2 LRT project.
The Canadian Government will invest $2.4 million to develop innovative clean technologies to reduce the environmental impact of transportation.
Due to open in 2021, the new Eglinton Crosstown LRV will be a zero-emissions mode of transport.
The Canadian government has launched a new incentive in its 2019 budget to increase zero-emission vehicle ownership.
STO has endorsed Transit to be its official mobile app for checking real-time information, looking up schedules, and planning trips across the transport network.
Keolis Canada’s 14 electric school buses will travel 448,000km per year and transport 770 students from the Commission scolaire des Affluents school board.