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What is the CTRF?

The Canadian Transportation Research Forum has been operating since 1965. It is a non-profit association of transportation professionals who work for:

  • Railways, trucking companies, airlines, port and airport authorities, shipping lines, terminal operators, transit operators, and pipeline companies
  • Shippers
  • Transport Canada, the Canadian Transportation Agency, Statistics Canada, Industry Canada, and other federal agencies
  • Transportation departments and other agencies in the provinces and territories
  • Consultants
  • Universities and colleges


 Canadian Transportation Research Forum  
56th Annual Conference
May 16-19, 2021
*Virtual Conference
Hosted from Fredericton, New Brunswick

Ensuring Resilience in Transportation Systems: Anticipating and Responding to Pandemic, Climate, Demographic and Economic Changes

Assurer la résilience des systèmes de transport: anticiper et réagir aux changements dus à la pandémie, climatiques, démographiques et économiques



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*CTRF remains committed to the in-person dialogue around transportation. We look forward to returning to the traditional in-person format as soon as possible.

*Le GRTC demeure engagé envers des conversations sur le transport « en personne ».  Nous espérons revenir à notre format habituel aussitôt que possible