Thunder Bay City Council postponed a vote set this week on new revisions to the proposed truck route bylaw – a move OTA continues to raise serious questions about.
Work to the north half of the Gardiner Expressway deck replacement is set to begin with the replacement of the westbound Sherbourne/Jarvis off-ramp. Shortly after, crews will also start construction to replace the north half of the Gardiner Expressway concrete deck and steel girders between Jarvis and Cherry Streets.
The Honourable Caroline Mulroney continues to work with the trucking industry to assist carriers in every part of the province by listening to ideas intended to eliminate red tape as well as promoting the “Open for Business” mandate of the Government of Ontario.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is imploring trucking companies to let the next federal government know that industry competitiveness issues, like the tax avoidance scheme known as Driver Inc., needs to be dealt with by Ottawa.
Time is money and when it comes to the amount of time commuters and transporters waste sitting in traffic each year – about $166 billion in the U.S., according to Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s recently published 2019 Urban Mobility report.
Posted Wednesday August 28, 2019 in Infrastructure
Please be advised beginning at 7 a.m. on Sunday, September 8, 2019, the Cameron Bay Bridge will be closed to all traffic for bridge repairs.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), as a part of a nine-member coalition of national transportation associations, met today with the Governor of the Bank of Canada, Stephen Poloz, and his key senior staff.