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Roving Reporter “First Responder” Part 1 and Part 2 now available
APWA Board of Directors approves Surface Transportation Reauthorization Priorities
APWA recognizes individuals who recently earned professional certifications
Introducing APWA's all-new, redesigned & optimized Online Buyer's Guide
Sustainability "In the Know"
Reno, NV Launches New Financing Tool for Sustainable Buildings
APWA Supports Surface Transportation Reauthorization Bill
APWA Announces 2019 Public Works Projects of the Year
New Report Finds Canada’s Public Infrastructure “At Risk”
A new report — produced by CPWA and seven partner organizations — reinforces the urgent need for long-term investments in infrastructure renewal to meet the needs of Canadians.
CPWA releases results of second infrastructure investment survey
CPWA has released the results of a twelve-question survey distributed in April
Infrastructure Minister Announces Improvements to Infrastructure Plan
Improvements to the Investing in Canada plan include an online portal for project applications and funding to help small communities with planning.
Infrastructure Minister Announces Progress Update
Minister of Infrastructure Champagne provided a progress update on the Government’s $180-billion Investing in Canada plan.
Transport Canada Preparing for Automated and Connected Vehicle Tests
Two reports released by Transport Canada will help accelerate the introduction of automated and connected vehicles in Canada.
Report is First Step Toward National Standard for Flood Resilience
Weathering the Storm: Developing a Canadian Standard for Flood-Resilient Existing Communities was released in January 2019.