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June 19, 2014

Canadian officials call for increased driver safety laws

CUTA, together with representatives from the Amalgamated Transit Union, Unifor, and the City of Ottawa, emphasized the importance of consistent and appropriate sentencing for those who commit assaults against transit operators to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee.


February 26, 2013

CUTA, Canadian leaders meet in Ottawa

The two-day agenda was set to focus on transit infrastructure, integrated mobility and innovation as well as long-term economic benefits of investing in transit in Canada.


July 10, 2012

CUTA launches online transit campaign

"Take Action! Write to the Minister" rallies members and the public to voice their support and call on Canada’s federal government to increase funding for public transit. Includes an action center designed to send a letter to Minister Lebel with recommendations to make public transit an integral part of the next long term infrastructure plan, and a social media campaign.


June 25, 2012

CUTA names new chair

Bob Paddon came to TransLink in 2001 from Metro Vancouver, bringing expertise in local government, communications, media relations and business administration. He was also part of the Metro Vancouver team that created TransLink.


December 14, 2009

Montreal plan prioritizes public transportation

Twenty-one megaprojects listed in the city's plan represent total capital expenditures of $ 5.1 billion over 10 years.


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