In Development

At any one point in time, TAC has numerous projects in development, meaning they have received support in principle by relevant council(s) and the TAC Board of Directors.

The projects listed below are currently in development and funding partners are being sought.  To make a financial contribution and have a representative participate on a project steering committee, contact Geoff Noxon.  

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There are many approaches to assessing and mitigating noise and vibration effects from the construction and operation of new or upgraded roads, highways, bridges and light rail infrastructure. Assessment and mitigation measures focus on sensitive receptors such...

Chapter 4, Cross Section Elements of TAC’s Geometric Design Guide for Canadian Roads (GDG) addresses design procedures and domains related to road cross sections (e.g. lane widths, special purpose lanes, shoulders, medians, outer separations and...

In urban areas, most fatal and serious injury motor vehicle collisions occur on arterial roadways. Because the risk of death and serious injury in collisions is minimized at lower speeds, a significant opportunity for improved safety lies in the design and...

Culverts beneath road embankments often remain unnoticed until a defect leads to rupture of the road link. Culvert failure represents a serious risk to road users and compromises the functionality of the road network. To maintain an adequate level of service,...

Recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) can be used in roadway bituminous mixtures as a cost-effective portioned replacement of virgin aggregate skeleton and asphalt binder. To be successful, mixtures containing RAP should have similar characteristics to mixtures...

Practitioners wishing to provide safe and effective traffic signal timing for all road users increasingly face dilemmas at traffic signal-controlled intersections when high-capacity active transportation facilities are deployed. As an example, bidirectional...

 


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