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Centre for Transportation Infrastructure

The Centre for Transportation Infrastructure (CTI) promotes the development, maintenance, and efficient operation of transportation networks. It brings together business and government leaders to discuss critical issues, ranging from the challenge of financing transportation investments, to the efficient and sustainable use of existing capacity. It also provides a platform for in-depth research to shed light on these issues.

The CTI’s networking sessions provide a forum for senior executives in business and government to explore challenges and find solutions for key issues. Members also help develop and guide priorities for the CTI’s research activities.

Key Objectives

  • Guide public policy and private sector decisions regarding the development, maintenance, and efficient operation of transportation networks.
  • Support independent research to provide a foundation for informed decisions about critical transportation infrastructure issues of the day.

What’s New

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CTI Brochure

CTI Brochure Download the CTI brochure (PDF)

Research

The Views and Interpretations of Transportation Policy Experts briefing cover

The Views and Interpretations of Transportation Policy Experts

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Contact Us

Vijay Gill

416-350-8872x2222
Director, Policy Research
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Dianne Williams

613-526-3090x330
Senior Manager, Executive Networks, Public Policy
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