Transportation

Nova Scotia

REMI Network

Nova Scotia on track to beat 2020 GHG target

Greenhouse gas emissions in Nova Scotia are down 17 per cent and on track to beat a 2020 reduction goal of 10 per cent below 1990 levels.
GHG

REMI Network

Road transportation failing GHG emissions target

Canada’s road transportation sector is unlikely to achieve an 80 per cent reduction target in greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) by 2050.
Electric_Car

REMI Network

IKEA Canada to install EV stations nationwide

IKEA Canada will become the first retailer in Canada to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at each of its across the country.
Vancouver

Construction Business

Votes reject Metro Vancouver transit plebiscite

Metro Vancouver residents voted an overwhelming ‘No’ against the Mayor’s Council plan to fund transportation improvements. The mail-in ballot vote was held over a 10 week period from March 16 to May 29 with 61.68% of voters rejecting a 0.5% PST regional increase.
night highway

Construction Business

B.C. launches 10-year transportation plan

The British Columbia government has announced a new 10-year transportation plan, called “B.C. on the Move.” The $2.5 billion plan outlines critical investments and improvements
Bike to work

Building Strategies & Sustainability

Building features that promote biking to work

In order to promote biking to work among tenants, property owners and managers should ensure secure bicycle parking, changing room and showers.
port_of_prince_rupert

Construction Business

Port of Prince Rupert expansion

A new multi-million dollar road, rail and utility corridor project will expand the Port of Prince Rupert’s terminal capacity ...
evergreen_line

Construction Business

Linking the Tri-Cities

Construction of the single largest transportation infrastructure project for the Tri-Cities in Metro Vancouver is underway.
johnson_street_bridge

Construction Business

Victoria’s largest infrastructure project

Victoria’s Johnson Street Bridge has been a highly visible and recognizable landmark to the city's harbour ...