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Sep 26, 2017 ... Most Canadians drive or ride in cars, vans, buses or trucks to get where they
want and need to go. Canada has nearly 900,000 kilometres of road — enough
to circle the globe 22 times! Canada's national highway system is made up of
over 38,000 kilometres of important national and regional highways.
Oct 10, 2017 ... Defects and recalls, importing vehicles, child car seat safety, safety standards,
commercial carriers, road security.
Mar 28, 2017 ... Road transportation is the most important mode for passenger and freight
transportation, local (intra-city) and intercity transportation, intra-provincial
transportation activities, and trade between Canada and the United States (in
terms of value transported). Canada's road network is shared by a wealth of ...
Oct 12, 2017 ... Connectivity and automation are creating new possibilities for innovation to
enhance the capacity and competitiveness of Canada's transportation system.
Enabled by powerful information technologies, smart infrastructure, and new
sources of data, connected and automated vehicles will have far reaching ...
May 4, 2016 ... List of Road Transportation Acts. Transport Canada administers a number of Acts
(laws) related to transportation. It also assists with the administration of many
others. Access to the full text of federal Acts and Regulations is provided by the
Department of Justice Canada, which is responsible for maintaining ...
Contained within the 5th Edition (1978 to 1995) of the National Atlas of Canada is
a map that shows the network of roads in three classes (national and major
provincial roads, other provincial roads and frontier roads) with each class
subdivided based on width and type of surface. The map also shows major ferry
routes and ...
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2012 - This
Canadian industry comprises establishments, not classified to any other industry,
primarily engaged in providing services to trucking establishments, bus operators
and other establishments using the road network. Establishments engaged in the
Clarke Transport is one of Canada's leading freight transportation companies
with 21 terminals from Newfoundland to. British Columbia. Clarke Transport is a
fully-integrated provider of transportation services, offering trucking, freight
consolidation and container services. Clarke Road Transport Division, based in
Feb 8, 2017 ... Background. The Department of National Defence (DND) moves materiel
domestically and to/ from the United States on an as required basis to support
operations. DND accomplishes this task through its own means but also contracts
directly with Industry for the movement of cargo/ vehicles by road.
Canada's road network is used by commercial trucking companies, bus carriers (
both intercity and urban) and other passenger transportation providers as well as
private users. The trucking industry comprises for-hire, private, owner-operator
and courier trucking companies. Of the more than 62,000 trucking companies in ...
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