Reducing Risk in Transit Projects

Large transit projects are among the most challenging types of infrastructure to deliver, with a large footprint, different possible site conditions, long timescales and large numbers of affected stakeholders. To maintain the momentum of investment it is increasingly important to identify and implement ways to deliver projects more effectively. The largest opportunity to have a positive impact on project costs and on-time delivery is in ensuring that project risks are identified and addressed at every stage.

Infrastructure Governance in Canada

Good governance is essential to a strong, sustainable infrastructure industry that builds all public sector projects. The first-of-its-kind report from the Future of Infrastructure Group shows there are good practices in place, but also room for improvement in the public sector around the foundations of infrastructure planning and delivery in Canada.

Getting to Transit Oriented Communities

The benefits of transit-oriented communities are well defined. The challenge is to develop an environment where different levels of government, landowners, and developers can work together to deliver a community that adds up to more than the sum of its parts.