St. John's Outer Ring Road
The Department of Works Services and Transportation (WST), Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, began conceptual planning for the St. John’s OuterRingRoad inthe early 1970's. The...
Session title: 2002 TAC ENVIRONMENTAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD NOMINATIONS
Organizers: Environment Council
Authors: Dept. of Works, Services, and Transportation Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Synthesis of Safety For Traffic Operations
Safety is one of the most important and complex aspects of transportation engineering. It takes a traffic professional considerable time and effort to keep abreast of research in the field of...
Session title: TRAFFIC OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS
Authors: Belluz, L, Forbes, G
Testing of Innovative Pedestrian Safety Initiatives in the City of Toronto
The City of Toronto has been dealing with an increasing amount of concern about pedestrian safety. Over the years, a number of technologies have been suggested to remedy these concerns. In...
Session title: Innovations in Traffic Operations Safety
Organizers: Road Safety Standing Committee, Traffic Operations & Management Standing Committee
Authors: Stewart, R.
The City of Calgary - Transportation Solutions Group
Session title: 2002 TAC Sustainable Urban Transportation Award
Organizers: Sustainable Transportation Standing Committee, Urban Transportation Council
Authors: Venard, J.
The Missing Newfoundland-Labrador Fixed Link
Only lack of 300km of Gulf of St. Lawrence North Shore highway and the missing Strait of Belle Isle fixed link now prevent a continuous Trans-Canada Highway, and 500,000 Newfoundland residents,...
Session title: BRIDGES – ENGINEERING IMPACTING SOCIETY (B)
Organizers: Structures Standing Committee
Authors: Kierans, T, Colbourne, O.A, Markham, H
THE NUNAVUT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM — EVOLVING FOR NUNAVUMMIUT AND THEIR ECONOMY
This paper discusses the factors influencing the provision and improvement of transportation in Canada s newest and largest territory. It details specific modal and unique Nunavut factors that...
Session title: IMPACT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES ON FUTURE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
Organizers: Transportation Planning & Research Standing Committee
Authors: Kunuk, M, Stevens,J
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING FOR THE TRUE NORTH CENTRE PERCEPTION VS. REALITY
A new multi-use entertainment complex, the True North Centre, is currently under construction in downtown Winnipeg on the site of the former Eaton’s building. Before construction of the...
Session title: INNOVATIONS IN TRAFFIC OPERATIONS SAFETY
Organizers: Traffic Operations & Management Standing Committee
Authors: Tebinka, R, Mruss, K, Chapman, S
UNCONVENTIONAL ARTERIAL DESIGN
A functional planning study was initiated along McKnight Boulevard by the City of Calgary in response to the growing traffic and peak hour congestion routinely experienced along the corridor. The...
Organizers: Geometric Design Standing Committee
Urban Transportation: An Essential Factor
A basic message of this paper is that effective transportation is an essential factor contributing to
the success of urban areas. The paper discusses major socio-economic benefits of...
Session title: Opening Plenary Session: The Transportation Factor
Authors: Irwin, N.A.
Wildlife Accident Reporting: A fundamental element in B.C.’s mitigation efforts
Wildlife-related motor vehicle accidents are becoming an increasingly significant
environmental and public relations problem for transportation agencies. Nationally,
Session title: Wildlife Accident Mitigation Workshop
Organizers: Environment Council
Authors: Sielecki, L.E.