Reference

Brochures and Fact Sheets

This section features helpful documents published by organizations such as government agencies, railways and the RAC. These publications aim to inform the public and others concerned with proximity issues.

Click here for Grade Crossing Improvement Program (Applicant Guide for RoadAuthorities). (pdf 179KB)
Location: Transport Canada Website
Source: Transport Canada
Date: May 2012

Click here for Grade Crossing Closure Program (Applicant Guide for Crossing Closures). (pdf 148KB)
Location: Transport Canada Website
Source: Transport Canada
Date: May 2012

Click here for CN EcoConnexions (From the Ground Up). (HTML)
Location: CN Website
Source: CN
Date: May 2012

Click here for Rail Noise and Vibration Complaints Brochure. (pdf 1.4MB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA)
Date: March 2010

Click here for Safety: Canada's Railways Lead North America. (pdf 3.5MB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2007

Click here for Canada Depends on: Trade and Rail Transportation. (pdf 95KB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2004

Click here for Intermodal Transport: The Power of Two or More. (pdf 190KB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2004

Click here for Main Line - Short Line: Partnerships are Canadian Success Stories. (pdf 128KB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2002

Click here for Meet Your Neighbour: The Railway In Your Community. (pdf 105MB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2002

Click here for Rail Way: The Right Way. The Railway Takes Giant Steps, Leaves Small Footprint. (pdf 533MB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2002

To download The People Moving People Business, click here. (pdf 106KB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2002

Click here for Three Rs of Railroading: Rationalize, Restructure, Reposition. (pdf 321KB)
Location: Proximity Issues website
Source: Railway Association of Canada
Date: November 2002