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    Canada Transportation Act Review 2014
    intermodal freight shipping

    On June 25, 2014 the federal Transport Minister launched a review of the transportation economic rand associated regulations in Canada. The review provides a once in a decade opportunity to consider how the national transportation system can best be leveraged to support Canada’s continuing economic growth. The last Canada Transportation Act Review (CTAR) occurred in 2001 and many things have changed since then. […]

  • Port Congestion and Drayage Efficiency
    Port Congestion and Drayage Efficiency

    Port congestion and drayage efficiency issues have re-emerged as major challenges for North American container ports with the recovery of container traffic to previous peaks. Transport economist Phil Davies suggests that the current situation should spark renewed interest in potential solutions, including port terminal reservation systems, improved technology for coordination of container logistics, and the use of inland ports to transfer activity away from congested port terminals. Total West Coast container traffic reached 24. […]

  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods Response
    Transportation of Dangerous Goods Response

    The Canadian Minister of Transport announced the creation of the Emergency Response Task Force under the Transport Dangerous Goods Directorate (TDG Directorate) on April 23, 2014, to work on strengthening emergency response capacity across the country. The Task Force’s main focus is the transportation of flammable liquids by rail. Its primary objective is to improve public safety at dangerous goods incidents involving flammable liquids transported by rail. […]