2017 Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Conference and Exhibition

ISL was proud to be a principal sponsor and presenter at the 2017 TAC Conference and Exhibition, Investing in Transportation: Building Canada’s Economy. With more than 1,000 industry professionals in attendance including representation from municipal, provincial and federal government departments, transportation agencies, consulting engineers and academia, Newfoundland and Labrador Transportation & Works and the City of St. John’s hosted a successful event in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador from September 24-27, 2017.

ISL’s transportation professionals presented the following paper and poster presentations:

ISL Paper Presentations

Investing in Road Construction: Using Design-Build Approach to Build Canada’s Economy in Saskatchewan Transportation Planning Manager
Investing in Transportation: Building Canada's Economy session
Presented by Steve Melton – General Manager, Roadway Engineering (Edmonton and Saskatoon)

ISL Poster Presentations

Flanders Avenue Interchange
Investing in Road Construction: Building Canada’s Economy (Maintenance and Construction Standing Committee) focus area
Presented by Andrew Monson – Junior Transportation Engineer (Calgary)

The Quarters Downtown Streetscape Phase 1 - The Armature
Complete Streets - Measuring the Success: Travel, Development, Economic Criteria and More focus area
Presented by Scott Mensink, Project Engineer, Transportation (Edmonton)

Prioritizing, Not Just Accommodating (Pedestrians)
Road Safety in Urban Areas focus area
Presented by Marcel Huculak, Senior Transportation Engineer (Edmonton) and Ali Arshad, Junior Transportation Engineer (Edmonton)

About TAC

The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) is a not-non-profit, membership-based association. It offers its members a neutral forum in which they can exchange ideas and information on Canadian roadway- and urban transportation-related technical guidelines and best practices. TAC’s vision is transportation that makes Canada safe, healthy and prosperous. To achieve this vision, its members work together to share ideas, build knowledge, promote best practices, foster leadership and encourage bold transportation solutions. TAC does not set standards, establish regulations or work to influence government policy.