CTRF 45th Annual Conference

Transportation and Logistics Trends and Policies: Successes and Failures
Tendances et politiques en matière de transport et de logistique : succès et échecs

May 30 – June 2, 2010
Courtyard Marriott Downtown Toronto, Toronto Ontario


Papers & Presentations

Papers and Presentations are organized by conference session. Conference presentations are posted with the authors’ permission. Only those which are available and for which we have permission to post, are actively linked to the presentation.

Opening Plenary Session – Presentations Only: Canadian Transportation and Logistics Trends and Policies

Moderator: Doug Johnson, President CTRF


 Session I: Active Transportation I

 Session 1.2 Motor Vehicle Safety I

 Session 1.3 Transportation and Supply Chains

 Session 2.1 Active Transportation II

 Session 2.2 Gateways & Corridors

 Session 2.3 Benchmarking and Statistics

 Session 3.1 Road Congestion and Emissions

 Session 3.2 Marine Transport

Session 3.3 Safety and Dangerous Goods

  1. Michèle Provencher – Risk Analysis in the Rail Transport of Dangerous Goods: How to Best Avoid Releases
  2. Hossam Abdelgawad , Baher Abdulhai – Planning for Emergency Evacuation: Are Large Canadian Cities Ready?
  3. Douglas Kube – Air Canada’ Pilot Health Program: A Commitment to Safety and Employee Engagement

Panel Session: Planning for Goods Movement: The Continental Gateway Strategy, Urban Goods Movement and Borders

Moderator: James Perttula, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario

  • Claude Sirois, Ministry of Transportation of Quebec
  • Lisa Salsberg, Metrolinx
  • Tony Shallow, Transport Canada

Session 4.1 Freight Logistics

Session 4.2 Industry Structure and Competition

Session 4.3 Transportation Modelling

Session 5.1 Motor Vehicle Safety II

Session 5.2 Policy and Transportation Trends

Session 5.3 Transport Economics

Panel Session: Freight Rail Service Review – Preliminary Findings

Moderator: Nick Mulder, Global Public Affairs

  • Joseph Schulman, CPCS Transcom
  • Shauntelle Paul, Canadian National Railway
  • Bob Ballantyne, Canadian Industrial Transportation Association

Session 6.1 Mode Choice

Session 6.2 Surface Transport

Session 6.3 Urban Transit