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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.

Stabilization of poor soils is a common practice used by many Canadian agencies during road construction.  There are numerous stabilization products available on the market, typically divided into three categories:  physical, chemical, and biological...

In Canada, transportation-related legislation and regulations generally describe people bicycling as being “vehicles”. This language was typically adopted as a mechanism to provide bicyclists the authority to travel on a roadway. However, today...

The Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada (MUTCDC) is a flagship document for the Transportation Association of Canada and one of the most important documents for Canadian traffic engineering practitioners. It offers guidance on traffic control...

Public agencies across Canada are developing processes and methodologies to evaluate and prioritize investments and optimize performance outcomes with available funds. There has been a convergent evolution of practices in performance-based decision making across...

Transportation infrastructure, including highways, roads and bridges as well as transit and traffic control systems is critical to the mobility needs of Canada's population and economy.  It is vitally important to maintain this infrastructure in a state...

Canadian roadways provide for the movement of people, goods and services through rural and urban spaces. The location, design and operation of roads can be highly influential to the character, function and livability of adjacent communities and land uses. In...