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These projects have been completed and approved, and are being transitioned into a publication. Once the publication is completed, it will be available through TAC’s Bookstore.

More information about each project is available by clicking on its title.

Dynamic speed display signs are being used in many jurisdictions across Canada. The devices display the speed of passing vehicles, typically along with a sign showing the posted speed limit. Intended to increase driver awareness of speed limits and to provide...

In 1996 TAC, with the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA), published the Canadian Model Rules of the Road. The document...

A key rationale for investing in transportation infrastructure is to avoid, reduce and manage traffic congestion, whose impacts on quality of life and economic activity are well established. The rapid growth of GPS-based traffic measurements has allowed...

In 1998, TAC and the Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) jointly published the Canadian Guide to Neighbourhood Traffic Calming. The Guide has been used throughout North America and has been considered a success in the field, however...

Provincial and municipal transportation agencies implement traffic monitoring programs to provide information to support transportation planning, engineering, and management. In addition, it serves the traffic information needs of engineering consultants,...