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May 26, 2016 – Gatineau, QC – Canadian Transportation Agency Scott Streiner, Chair and CEO of the Canadian Transportation Agency, today announced a full review of all the regulations administered by the Agency. The announcement was part of Mr...
Scott Streiner, Chair and CEO of the Canadian Transportation Agency will speak at the Economic Club of Canada about opportunities before the national transportation system and how the Agency is helping ensure it remains efficient and accessible. ...
Cancelled flight? Lost luggage? Unfortunately, travel arrangements don't always go as planned. Our new informative video provides you with options on how to resolve common air travel issues and explains how the Agency can facilitate a solution....
OTTAWA – April 29, 2016 – The Canadian Transportation Agency has announced a 4.8 percent increase in the Volume-Related Composite Price Index (VRCPI), which is used in determining the maximum revenue entitlement for the Canadian National...
We have updated our code of practice on removing communications barriers for travellers with disabilities. Read the updated code.
The Agency published today Noise and Vibration from Idling Locomotives, a document prepared in collaboration with members of the Agency's Rail Infrastructure Advisory Committee (RIAC).
ISSUESWhether resellers operate air services and should therefore be required to hold an air licence.Whether NewLeaf Travel Company Inc. (NewLeaf), based on its proposed business model, will operate an air service and should therefore be required to hold...
March 29, 2016 – Gatineau, QC The Canadian Transportation Agency issued a determination today that will bring clarity and predictability to the air industry, allow for innovation and consumer choice, and maintain protection for...
We have updated our accessibility code of practice for fixed-wing aircraft with 30 or more passenger seats. Read the updated code.
Filing of cargo tariffs – Effective:  April 13, 2016 As per the Canadian Transportation Agency's Order No. 2015-A-60, dated April 10, 2015, carriers who have not informed the Agency of their cargo filing intentions are required within 30 days of...