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Transportation Safety Board investigates possibility that a train sparked fire in Lytton

CBC News

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) says new information it received on the suspected source of a fire that raced through Lytton, B.C., on June 30 has prompted it to launch an investigation into the possible involvement of a freight train.

Transport Canada grounds 4 types of Bell helicopters following fatal Alberta crash investigation

Global News

Transport Canada has grounded four types of Bell helicopters after investigating a fatal crash in Alberta last month.

empty railway station

Minister of Transport announces Ministerial Order to protect residents and railway operations in the area of Lytton, British Columbia


Transport Canada is committed to protecting Canadians who live and work along railway lines by putting in place necessary safety measures to reduce the risk of serious accidents.

busy intersection during rush hour

Canada: Autonomy On The Roads: Intelligent Transportation Systems


Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) have been used extensively across Canada for decades. ITS make use of various technological devices – such as computers and electronic sensors – to reduce traffic congestion, fuel consumption and improve safety on our highways.

train station

New public transit investment to create jobs, grow the economy, and build back stronger communities in British Columbia


Investing in public transit infrastructure strengthens communities, reduces commute times for Canadians, helps connect people to affordable housing, and helps fight climate change. That is why the Government of Canada is making smart investments in public transit that will create and support good middle class jobs, and help us build back for a cleaner, better future.

snow light city road

Transport poverty: U of T researchers lead national effort to support equity in transportation planning

U of T News

A University of Toronto-led project is set to explore the causes of transport poverty in Canada and find ways to address it.

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