Papers cover smart sensing, uncertainty modeling in construction, modularity and adaptability, resilience-informed decision making, and multisector interdependencies.
Entering into a new fuel contract with Suncor, all of Vancouver’s diesel vehicles will transition to 100% renewable diesel.
Infrastructure renewal projects will inlcude upgrades of water, sewer, and drainage systems throughout the city, and repairs and seismic upgrades to Granville Bridge.
Through the new Community Benefits Agreement framework a diverse and qualified workforce will be supplied for select major public infrastructure projects through a newly created Crown corporation, BC Infrastructure Benefits Inc.
British Columbia has more than 1,300 Level 2 charging stations, and 64 DC fast-charging sites, installed or in the process of completion.
The installation of the province’s first congestion preventing variable speed limit system has begun on Highway 1 and is expected to be operational in summer 2019.
The cable-stayed designed bridge will have the longest main span of any cable-stayed bridge in North America at 853 metres.
The US$7.2 million five-year program will help highway agencies determine why some pavements outperform others.
The photovoltaic panels are fixed directly onto pavement with no need to destroy and rebuild existing roadworks.
Phases of the Mackenzie Valley Highway project include a bridge over Great Bear River and all-weather road construction.
An overview of the Canadian Roundabout Design Guide, defining the intent and suitable applications for the traffic calming solution.
The current bridge, constructed in 1959, links the island of Lamèque to the mainland. Construction on the new bridge will begin in 2022.
The Transportation Association of Canada and the Intelligent Transportation Systems Society of Canada will host the new conference in Halifax September 22 to 25, 2019.
This distinction is the first awarded in Quebec for infrastructure on the scale of the new bridge, and the first in Canada to be awarded for a bridge project.
Creative, cost-effective engineering used for two pedestrian suspension bridges along the Sea to Sky Trail in Whistler, B.C.
New report examines impact of automated vehicles on road safety and cyber-security vulnerabilities.
Projects involve the design and construction of high efficiency building systems at northern airports to reduce the carbon footprint of the operations.
The federal government is contributing more than $1.1 million through the New Building Canada Fund.
The federal government has announced a major investment of $55.8 million for four projects led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
A road link will be created between the port and the Trans-Canada highway.
The Mosaic Transit Group will design, build, finance and maintain the 11km LRT that will run in a semi-exclusive lane along Finch Avenue.
Toronto adding six new GO/SmartTrack stations and Ottawa’s LRT Stage 2 gets $50M boost.
Project will feature efficiency improvements including higher building envelope insulation, LED lighting and geothermal heating and cooling.
Two teams, EllisDon with AECOM and Graham Construction with RJC Engineers, will be competing on this design, build and finance project.
The Hamilton LRT will include 14km of new rapid transit from McMaster University through downtown Hamilton to Eastgate Square, from the west end of the city to the east.
The collaboration will facilitate the development of mining potential in the 1,200km corridor that holds major deposits of iron and other minerals, including rare earths.
Led by Aecon, the design team includes Arup, Dillon, DPM Energy, DTAH and Perkins+Will.
Preliminary design work is underway for the replacement of the Coles Island north and south bridges. An engineering survey has been completed and geotechnical data has been collected.
The white paper defines a value proposition for MaaS, with a specific focus on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
“… teams will sharpen their pencils to submit proposals that provide a great design solution and best value for the province.”