Programs and Services
Public Transportation Initiatives in Alberta, Municipal Grants, GreenTRIP, Alberta Municipal Water/Wastewater Partnership (AMWWP)/ Water for Life, Provincial Transit Engagement, Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (CVSR), Vehicle Equipment Regulation (VER), Commercial Vehicle Out-of-Service Policy, Industry Notice, Transportation Network Companies
Anthony Henday travel delays expected
Final adjustments to bridge connection joints will be completed on the northeast section of Anthony Henday Drive beginning Sept. 28. Drivers are advised to expect delays and take alternate routes when possible. Work will be completed in stages to ensure that some lanes of traffic remain open at all times.
Alberta invests in Edmonton LRT
The Government of Alberta has announced it is providing an additional $176-million capital grant to the City of Edmonton for construction of the southeast leg of the Valley Line LRT. The funding was originally provided to Edmonton in 2014 as an interest-free loan. The province is now converting this loan into a grant, with funds coming from Climate Leadership Plan revenues. This is part of the province’s support for public transportation across Alberta.
Alberta and Canada invest in southern Alberta public transit projects
The governments of Canada and Alberta have announced funding for transit projects in Black Diamond, Turner Valley and Pincher Creek. The support for these three priority projects includes $138,000 from the federal Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and more than $903,000 from the provincial Green Transit Incentives Program (GreenTRIP).
Naming ceremony officially marks start of construction on southwest Calgary Ring Road
Construction of the Calgary Ring Road was officially commemorated with the re-naming of a portion of the road that runs through the Tsuut’ina Nation as Tsuut’ina Trail.
Province provides up to $1.53 billion for Calgary Green Line
The Government of Alberta announced it will provide up to $1.53 billion to help fund Stage 1 on the new Calgary Green Line LRT. The provincial support for this project, the largest single public transportation investment of any Alberta government, will come from the Climate Leadership Plan.