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Green Transit Incentives Program (GreenTRIP)

89 new GreenTRIP projects announced

The governments of Canada and Alberta haveannounced 52 new public transit projects under the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund. The federal government is providing up to 50 per cent of funding just over $132.9 million for the projects, while the provincial government is investing more than $79.4 million through GreenTRIP.

These projects are in addition to the 49 PTIF-GreenTRIP projects for Alberta announced on September 1, 2016, as part of the signing of the Canada-Alberta bilateral agreement.

The Government of Alberta is investing an additional $156.5 million for 37 more transit projects funded exclusively through GreenTRIP.

With this third call of approved projects announced on December 3, 2016, GreenTRIP has come to a close.

List of approved public transit projects- December 3, 2016

Funding contribution breakdown

Approved public transit projects map

About GreenTRIP

First announced in July 2008, GreenTRIP was a one-time, $2-billion fund designed to support capital projects that lower greenhouse gas emissions by reducing reliance on single-occupancy vehicles. The third and final-call approved projects were announced on December 3, 2016, bringing the program to a close.

For more information about the program refer to:

GreenTRIP Frequently Asked Questions

GreenTRIP Approved Projects List Up to February 2016

GreenTRIP Project Announcements

Updated September 2016