Bombardier to sell train unit to France’s Alstom, shedding biggest division
Will focus on business jets as Alstom scales up amid rising competition from China’s state-owned CRRC.
Feds invest $15M in western rail to improve transport capacity
Will improve shipping efficiency from the Alberta Industrial Heartland.
Railways under stress as anti pipeline blockades continue
CN Railway warns it will have to close “significant” parts of its network unless blockades on its rail lines are removed.
Rand Logistics to acquire American Steamship Company from GATX
Combination of the two marine shippers will create the largest and most diverse fleet on the Great Lakes
Disasters foretold: Boeing 737 Max 8 and Lac Megantic
Is the erosion of regulations to blame for notorious transportation tragedies?
Selling aviation makes sense for Bombardier, says industry analyst
Its railway operations are a steadier generator of cash flows, but the sale of aviation could face political opposition because it is a major Canadian employer
Transportation innovator: Thordon Bearings founder joins global luminaries
Sandy Thomson is recognized for his polymer bearing innovations.
More shippers and shipping companies promise to avoid Arctic routes
The signatories control about one-third of the shipping industry by market share.
New York City pulls 298 Bombardier subway cars, cites safety concerns
Problems with car doors adds to additional issues with Bombardier’s performance noted by the MTA.
Some businesses thrived, many lagged during pandemic in 2020
Here are the lists of winners and losers
Ontario cancels Hamilton light rail project in what mayor calls a ‘betrayal’
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, who represents a Hamilton riding, said she plans to fight to save the LRT project.
MCI wins five-year contract for up to 50 commuter buses
Coaches are designed to accommodate all kinds of passengers and mobility devices.
Rail strike, pipeline spill lead Alberta to extend oil curtailment levels
Government will gradually increasing the amount that can be produced.
[BREAKING] Teamsters say they have reached a tentative deal with CN, work set to resume [UPDATED]
Union said normal operations at CN will resume Wednesday at 6 a.m. local time across Canada.
CN strike prompts potash mine shutdown, triggers 550 temporary layoffs [UPDATED]
Halting operations for two weeks starting Dec. 2, most of the mine’s product is shipped by the railway.