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Centre for Transportation Infrastructure

Transportation networks are the fabric that supports regional and national competitiveness. They are a key factor in the success of labour markets and they facilitate the flow of goods and allow businesses to operate more efficiently and effectively.

The Centre for Transportation and Infrastructure (CTI) aims to be the voice of transportation policy in Canada. It is an independent, inter-modal forum that explores how and what policies affect the Canadian operating environment. By understanding competing priorities, needs and perspectives of the various modes, government and the business community, CTI members participate in robust dialogue and research aimed at improving the quality of policy-making and decision-making in this area.

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.

CTI Brochure

CTI Brochure Download the CTI brochure (PDF)


The Views and Interpretations of Transportation Policy Experts briefing cover

The Views and Interpretations of Transportation Policy Experts

We Have Been Here Before briefin cover

We Have Been Here Before: Supply Management in Transportation

The Value of Travel Time and Reliability report cover

The Value of Travel Time and Reliability: Commuting on 407 ETR

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Maggie Patterson

Project Coordinator, Public Policy
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Dianne Williams

Senior Manager, Executive Networks, Public Policy
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