RSIP-ITR – Infrastructure projects

The following tables set out the infrastructure projects that have been approved for RSIP-ITR funding, by province:

British Columbia

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Canadian National Railway Mile 75.67 Okanagan Subdivision, Otter Lake Cross Road - install a new warning system to replace the existing passive protection of stop signs. Standard railway crossing signs with FLB constant warning control (LED lights). $162,778.50 $0.00 $162,778.50
SRY Rail Link Mile 1.82 Fraser Valley Subdivision, Scott Road (120st) - supply/install new signal bungalow and electronic system to modern microprocessor with CWT, along with other associated improvements. $457,500 $0.00 $457,500
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 21.1 Page Subdivision, 200th Street - upgrade the constant warning time control equipment for the crossing warning system. $30,670 $0.00 $30,670
Canadian National Railway Mile 68.35 Yale Subdivision, Gibson Road - upgrade the existing warning system by adding gates as well as a constant warning control system. $142,443.50 $0.00 $142,443.50
City of Chilliwack Mile 75.21 Yale Subdivision, Industrial Way Road - repave/regrade pavement at joints of the rail line and roadway, and include top lift of asphalt, along with other improvements. $76,400 $0.00 $76,400
City of Chilliwack Mile 62.71 Fraser Valley Subdivision, Airport Road - design, purchase and install the following: full railway signal; gated system; ducting and mast foundations for future crosswalk signals; signage and roadway markings. $263,200 $0.00 $263,200
District of Houston Mile 85.2 Telkwa Subdivision, Benson Ave - install crossing arms in both directions. $160,000 $0.00 $160,000
Canadian National Railway Mile 75.21 Yale Subdivision, Industrial Way Road - upgrade system for constant warning control, modify the gate decent delay for design vehicle and extend circuit length to proper distance. $117,880 $0.00 $117,880
City of White Rock Mile 122.70 New Westminster Subdivision, Bay Street - demolish existing pedestrian crossing and railing, construct retaining walls, stairs, walkway/ramps, maze barriers and other improvements. $463,500 $0.00 $463,500
City of White Rock Mile 121.30 New Westminster Subdivision, Finlay Street - demolish existing pedestrian crossing and railing; construct retaining walls, stairs, walkway/ramps, maze barriers and other improvements. $367,500 $0.00 $367,500
City of White Rock Mile 121.40 New Westminster Subdivision, Ash Street - demolish existing pedestrian crossing and railing; construct retaining walls, stairs, walkway/ramps, maze barriers, along with other improvements. $488,500 $0.00 $488,500
City of White Rock Mile 121.50 New Westminster Subdivision, Balsam Street - demolish existing pedestrian crossing and railing; construct retaining walls, stairs, walkway/ramps, maze barriers, along with other improvements. $504,500 $0.00 $504,500
City of White Rock Mile 123.20 New Westminster Subdivision, Coldicutt Overpass - overpass would be constructed of prefabricated steel with concrete foundation; the overpass would be partially enclosed with fencing. $0.00 $500,000 $500,000
City of Surrey Mile 10.2 Fraser Valley Subdivision, 152 Street - implementing LT Protected Only Phasing at signal on 64 Avenue at 152 Street with proper railway preemption will significantly improve road safety due elimination of potential conflicts, along with other improvements. $208,320 $0.00 $208,320
City of Burnaby Mile 152.34 NWD Subdivision, Gilmore Road - improve the pedestrian approach to the railway crossing by adding a separated pedestrian crossing. $25,000 $0.00 $25,000
British Columbia Yukon Railway White Pass & Yukon Route Railway Mile 32.40 Stikin Region Subdivision, Yukon Hwy 2/Klondike Hwy - install Active Advance Warning Signs (AAWS) on the highway as you approach the crossing. $250,000 $0.00 $250,000
Township of Langley Mile 22.79 Fraser Valley Subdivision, 72 Avenue - grade improvement at the crossing, so vehicles can safely pass without impact road surface or being stuck on the tracks; installation of FLB and gates.  $1,492,977.50 $0.00 $1,492,977.50
District of Port Edward Mile 85.99 Skeena Subdivision, Small Craft Harbour South - install flashing lights, bells and gates, provide pavement markings, pave east approach, install "no trespassing" signs (4). $176,450 $0.00 $176,450
City of Terrace Various Miles Skeena Subdivision - install approximately 200 metres of chain-link fence along a portion of CN Railway Corridor centrally located in the downtown core of Terrace. $25,280 $0.00 $25,280
The Corporation of Delta Design work for mile 137.1 New Westminster Subdivision, River Road - design drawings, issued for tender drawings and issued for construction drawings to change bi-directional bike lane to one lane bike lane. $68,000 $0.00 $68,000

Alberta

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Canadian National Railway Mile 162.5 Slave Lake Subdivision, Main Street - modify existing road crossing warning system with the addition of gates and constant warning time devices. $134,250 $0.00 $134,250
Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 Mile 133.90 Wainwright Subdivision, Range road 6-0 and 6-1 - grade Crossing Closure (Private Crossing). $6,000 $0.00 $6,000
Canadian National Railway Mile 220.91 Wainwright Subdivision, Range road 183 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, bell and gates in order to enhance safety. $143,836.50 $0.00 $143,836.50
Town of Okotoks Mile 93.02 Aldersyde Subdivision, Veterans Way - add gates and arms to the existing crossing. $217,500 $0.00 $217,500
Canadian National Railway Mile 31.11 Edson Subdivision, Range Road 21 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates and bell with constant warning time devices. $151,300 $0.00 $151,300
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 21.00 Leduc Subdivision, 34th Street - install a crossing warning system to the relocated crossing. $190,162.50 $0.00 $190,162.50
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 39.87 Taber Subdivision, 10th Street - install a crossing warning system including flashing light signals, bell and gates with constant warning time control and DTMF control. $177,789.50 $0.00 $177,789.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 204.44 Wainwright Subdivision, Township Road 492 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, bell and gates. $151,365 $0.00 $151,365
Canadian National Railway Mile 137.88 Wainwright Subdivision, Township Road 444 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, bell and gates. $147,363.50 $0.00 $147,363.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 216.40 Wainwright Subdivision, Range Road 175 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, bell and gates. $172,283.50 $0.00 $172,283.50
City of Grande Prairie Mile 49.86 Grande Prairie Subdivision, 100th Street - modify the existing road crossing warning system with the addition of gates and constant warning time devices. $44,000 $0.00 $44,000
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 81.99 Taber Subdivision, Heritage Road - install a crossing warning system including flashing light signals, bell, gates and one cantilever with constant warning time control and DTMF control. $203,268 $0.00 $203,268
Village of Mannville Mile 14.42 Vegreville Subdvision, Secondary Hwy 881 - construct wide asphalt (2.0m) concrete pavement walking trail, and other associated improvements. $71,653.60 $0.00 $71,653.60
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 105.79 Taber Subdivision, 43rd Street - add constant warning time control equipment to the crossing warning system. $165,274 $0.00 $165,274
Village of Wabamum Mile 44.16 Edson Subdivision, 50th Street - construct a new concrete pathway/sidewalk on the west side, extend railway crossing surface, install maze barriers and other associated improvements. $68,924 $0.00 $68,924
City of Edmonton Mile 120.72 Vegreville Subdivision, 17th Street - regrade road profile, upgrade to an asphalt apron (2%), Install road crossing warning system consisting of flashing lights and bell. $392,800 $0.00 $392,800

Saskatchewan

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Town of Cut Knife Mile 27.88 Lloydminster Subdivision, Irvine Street - grade crossing closure. $25,000 $0.00 $25,000
Canadian National Railway Mile 33.7 Blackfoot Subdivision, Road 674 - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, extra light units (for right hand and left hand turns from Railway Avenue) and a bell with constant warning time devices. $160,550 $0.00 $160,550
Government of Saskatchewan Mile 28.28 Wynyard, Highway 16 - install Prepare to Stop at Railway Crossing (PTSRC) signs. $104,000 $0.00 $104,000
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 9.60 Lanigan Subdivision, Highway 734 - install a crossing warning system including flashing light signals and bell with a SEARII unit and DTMF control. $146,515.50 $0.00 $146,515.50
Government of Saskatchewan Mile 178.45 Watrous Subdivision, Hwy 16 - prepare public tender; selected contractor to install underground wire below and along highway; install poles, signs, and beacons; connection of electrical and control cables; test the system. $171,669.96 $0.00 $171,669.96
City of Saskatoon Mile 3.37 Wilkie Subdivision, Fairlight Drive - add gates to the existing protection system (encompassing both the CPR track and private tracks). $304,000 $0.00 $304,000
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 4.4 Wilkie Subdivision, Highway 7 - add gate barriers to improve crossing warning system. $192,338 $0.00 $192,338
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 55.24 Swift Current Subdivision, Old Highway 19 - install a crossing warning system (including gates and constant warning time control equipment). $190,336.50 $0.00 $190,336.50
Village of McLean Mile 69.44 Indian Head Subdivision - construct a road so that users of this crossing can access the crossing. $158,400 $0.00 $158,400
Rural Municipality of Browning No.34 Mile 52.69 Lampman Subdivision, P.G.604 Road - install crossing lights and bells. $261,435.20 $0.00 $261,435.20

Manitoba

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Canadian National Railway Mile 38 Rivers Subdivision, Road 20 West - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates and bell with constant warning time devices. $220,818.50 $0.00 $220,818.50
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 13.85 Emerson Subdivision, Leclaire Road - install a crossing warning system including flashing light signals and bell with constant warning time control equipment and DTMF control. $139,043.50 $0.00 $139,043.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 231.33 Redditt Subdivision, Briercliffe Road - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates and bell with constant warning time devices. $152,748.50 $0.00 $152,748.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 70.46 Rivers Subdivision, Provincial Road - modify an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights and bell with the addition of gates and constant warning time devices. $143,017 $0.00 $143,017
Canadian National Railway Mile 239.50 Redditt Subdivison, Vernon Road - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates and bell with constant warning time devices. $152,748.50 $0.00 $152,748.50
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 56.93 Carberry Subdivision, 18th Street - add gates and constant warning time control equipment to the existing crossing warning signal system. $167,839 $0.00 $167,839
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 60.86 Carberry Subdivision, Road 41 West (Simplot Road) - install a crossing warning system consisting of flashing light signal, bell, gates and constant warning time control. $188,739 $0.00 $188,739
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Mile 238.48 Redditt Subdivision, Provincial Road 206 - add Uninterrupted Power Supply equipment for the interconnected traffic signals. $14,400 $0.00 $14,400
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Mile 242.55 Redditt Subdivision, Provincial Road 207 - add Uninterrupted Power Supply equipment for the interconnected traffic signals. $14,400 $0.00 $14,400
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Mile 68.68 Bredenbury Subdivision 104 N road - realign roadway rail crossing which includes removing and replacing through grade culverts of the gravel road. $74,400 $0.00 $74,400
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Mile 69.75 Bredenbury Subdivision 105 N Road - realign roadway rail crossing which includes removing and replacing through grade culverts of the gravel road. $76,800 $0.00 $76,800
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Mile 72.15 Bredenbury Subdivision 163 W Road - realign roadway rail crossing which includes removing and replacing through grade culverts of the gravel road. $254,400 $0.00 $254,400
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 113.42 Keewatin Subdivision, Vernon Road 26 East - install a crossing warning signal system at this crossing due to increased volume of road traffic. $209,355.50 $0.00 $209,355.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 78.02 Sprague Subdivision, Provincial Road 203 - install an automated warning system consisting of GCP 4000 and gates. $163,040.50 $0.00 $163,040.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 97.07 Sprague Subdivision, Provincial road 404 - install an automated warning system consisting of GCP 4000 and gates. $150,441 $0.00 $150,441
Canadian National Railway Mile 177.02 Rivers Subdivision, Grid Road 153 West - install an automated warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates and bell with constant warning time devices. $164,851.50 $0.00 $164,851.50

Ontario

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Dennis Dickson Mile 134.33 Kingston Subdivision, Private Road - grade crossing closure (Private Crossing). $6,000 $0.00 $6,000
Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP III Mile 153.65 Kingston Subdivision, Part of Lot 18 Concession 2 - grade crossing closure (East Side). $6,000 $0.00 $6,000
Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP III Mile 153.75 Kingston Subdivision, Part of Lot 18 Concession 2 - grade crossing closure (West Side). $6,000 $0.00 $6,000
Canadian National Railway Mile 69.76 Bala Subdivision, Concession Road # 1 - install a new crossing warning system consisting of the flashing lights, automatic gates, bell and constant warning. $157,430.23 $0.00 $157,430.23
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 65.62 MacTier Subdivision, Snow Valley Road - add gates to the crossing warning system at the subject crossing. $179,457.50 $0.00 $179,457.50
Canadian National Railway Mile 36.49 Strathroy Subdivision, Bethesda Road - install a new crossing warning system consisting of flashing lights, automatic gates, bell and constant warning. $188,440.74 $0.00 $188,440.74
Canadian National Railway Mile 76.69 Bala Subdivision, Concession Road # 9 - install a new crossing warning system consisting of the flashing lights, automatic gates, bell and constant warning. $154,597.72 $0.00 $154,597.72
City of Ottawa Mile 6.88 Elwood Subdivision, Lester Road - design and install new crossing warning system barrier gates; test and commission new warning system barrier gates. $84,945.60 $0.00 $84,945.60
City of Ottawa Mile 3.88 Smith Falls Subdivision, Fallowfield Road - design and install new cantilever structure. $176,758.40 $0.00 $176,758.40
Canadian National Railway Mile 37.65 Strathroy Subdivision, Kingsourt Road - install a new crossing warning system consisting of flashing lights, automatic gates, bell and constant warning. $239,243.73 $0.00 $239,243.73
The County of Simcoe Mile 65.93 MacTier Subdivision, County Road 43 and 53 Intersection - reconstruct the intersection of Simcoe Road 53 (Wilson Drive) and the east and west legs of Simcoe Road 43 (Snow Valley); install sheet pile wall and helical piles on the south side of Simcoe Road 43 west to reinforce the existing slope above the Black Creek Tributary. $302,056 $0.00 $302,056
Six Nations of the Grand River Territory Mile 25.76 Hagersville Subdivision, Pauline Johnson Road - install FLB, Style "C" approaches with D.C. Island, housings, foundations and cribbing, track connections, wire and cable, and other improvements. $178,860 $0.00 $178,860
Municipality of Middlesex Centre Mile 7.3 Windsor Subdivision, Jury Road - design and construct required turning circle for the closure at Jury Rd level railway crossing. $67,500 $0.00 $67,500
Ontario Ministry of Transportation Mile 231.43 Bala Subdivision, Highway 637 (Killarney Road) - install a new automatic crossing warning system consisting of flashing lights, gates, bell, constant warning and an active advance warning system to improve the crossing safety at this locations. $30,468.05 $0.00 $30,468.05
Canadian National Railway Mile 233.67 Kingston Subdivision, 2nd Dug Hill Road - upgrade the current crossing warning system to Grade Crossing Predictor technology. $256,086.72 $0.00 $256,086.72
Canadian National Railway Mile 246.24 Kingston Subdivision, Bellamy Road - install a new crossing warning system consisting of flashing lights, automatic gates, bell and constant warning. $266,970.07 $0.00 $266,970.07
Canadian National Railway Mile 115.93 Kingston Subdivision, South Campbell Road - public crossing closure and construction of an access road that will or may eliminate an existing public crossing. $625,000 $0.00 $625,000
The Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington Mile 164.22 Belleville Subdivision, Scugog Street - realign road approaches, including the relocation of the active warning systems, road resurfaces and repainting. $254,400 $0.00 $254,400
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 23.67 Parry Sound Subdivision, Isabella Street - upgrade of the current constant warning time control equipment; add gate barriers; make changes to the Interconnection of each warning system as to prevent the queuing of traffic, or the trapping of traffic between the two at grade crossing on the approach of train. $187,923 $0.00 $187,923
Canadian National Railway Mile 38.80 Bala Subdivision, St. Johns Side Road - install a constant warning system as well as gates to the current warning signals. $157,392.42 $0.00 $157,392.42
Canadian Pacific Railway Mile 12.20 Belleville Subdivision, Drummon Street - add cantilever signals to the crossing warning system. $119,070.50 $0.00 $119,070.50
The Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington Mile 168.22 Belleville Subdivision, Baseline Road -  relocate the existing hydro utility pole further east (Approx. 4m) along Baseline Road to outside of the sight line obstruction of a stopped vehicle on McKnight Road. $18,400 $0.00 $18,400
The City of Brockville Mile 27.06 Brockville Subdivision - Highway 637 (Killarney Road) – add two dolly arms and two lights to the south west mast. $4,000 $0.00 $4,000
Town of Ingersoll Mile 8.90 St. Thomas Subdivision, Thames Street - install FLB, resurface the asphalt around the tracks, install a Prepare to Stop sign at railway crossing on the south approach on the top of a hill. $90,000 $0.00 $90,000
Town of Grimsby Mile 28.32 Grimsby Subdivision, Kerman Road - regrade south/north approach to 2% (within 8 metres); relocate second train warning signs on north approach (left side); relocate railway X marking on south approach; relocate no parking sign currently on same utility pole as railway crossing ahead sign. $15,524 $0.00 $15,524
Town of Grimsby Mile 27.42 Grimsby Subdivision, Ontario Street - regrade south approach to 2% (within 8 metres); relocate no parking sign; add second 30-minutre parking zone sign; add stop bards to sidewalk (both approaches). $9,520 $0.00 $9,520
Town of Grimsby Mile 26.79 Grimsby Subdivision, Nelles Road - regrade north/south approach to 2% (within 8 metres); install standard "Do not block tracks" sign (both approaches). $16,228 $0.00 $16,228
Town of Grimsby Mile 30.39 Grimsby Subdivision, Oakes Road - regrade north approach to 2% (within 8 metres); relocate second train warning signs on south approach (left side); add no parking sign on south approach; add 30 metre yellow centerline (both approaches). $14,114.40 $0.00 $14,114.40
Town of Grimsby Mile 29.87 Grimsby Subdivision, Hunter Road - regrade south approach to 2% (within 8 metres); relocate second train warning signs on south approach (left/right side); add 30-metre yellow centreline (both approaches). $8,190.40 $0.00 $8,190.40
Town of Grimsby Mile 43.5 Grimsby Subdivision, Hysert Road - regrade north/south approach to 2% (within 8 metres); regrade north approach to 5% between 8-18 metres; install railway crossing ahead sign on north approach; remove prepare to stop signs and reduced visibility tab on railway crossing ahead sign. $11,810.40 $0.00 $11,810.40
Town of Grimsby Mile 42.93 Grimsby Subdivision, Always Road - regrade north approach to 2% (within 8 metres); remove prepare to stop signs and reduced visibility tab on railway crossing ahead sign; trim vegetation on north approach to the right to achieve required 175 metre sight line from stop bar. $7,572 $0.00 $7,572
Town of Grimsby Mile 44.07 Grimsby Subdivision, Bowlaugh Road - regrade north and south approach to 2% (within 8 metres); install new railway crossing ahead sign on south approach; remove prepare to stop signs and reduced visibility tab on railway crossing ahead signs. $8,176 $0.00 $8,176
Town of Bracebridge Mile 122.33 Newmarket Subdivision - install an advanced warning signal with flashing amber lights activated by approaching trains, and all required electrical conduit. $107,640 $0.00 $107,640
Regional Municipality of York Various Crossings for Various Subdivision (see application) - various improvements have been identified within the road authorities' responsibility, including a variety of works such as pavement markings and signs, sidewalk, road geometry, grade crossing surface, road crossing warming system. $40,000 $1,440,000 $1,480,000
Guelph Junction Railway Mile 2.75 South Industrial Subdivision - grade crossing closure. $25,000 $0.00 $25,000

Quebec

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
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Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
Ville de Montmagny Mile 78 Montmagny Subdivision, Cascades Street – improve crossing safety by reconstruction of roadway approaches to the crossing. $95,098.22 $0.00 $95,098.22
Canadian National Railway Mile 86.41 Drummondville Subdivision, Pont-Mitchell Street- improve crossing safety by the adding barriers. $78,450 $0.00 $78,450
Canadian National Railway Mile 11.75 Bridge Subdivision, Père-Lelièvre Boulevard - improve crossing safety by the adding four pedestrian barriers in single masts and combined masts with overhangs. $306,500 $0.00 $306,500
Canadian National Railway Mile 69.51 St-Hyacinthe Subdivision, Saint-Georges Street - improve crossing safety by adding pedestrian barriers in all four quadrants. $402,143.50 $0.00 $402,143.50
Ville de Longueuil Mile 69.51 St-Hyacinthe Subdivision, Saint-Georges Street - construct a sidewalk, two-way bike path between Saint‐Gérald Street et Saint‐Louis Boulevard. $126,200 $0.00 $126,200
Canadian National Railway Mile 2.94 Montreal Subdivision, Saint-Ambroise Street - install additional pedestrian barriers to the northeast and southwest quadrants, and replace and relocate existing signal masts in the southeast and northwest quadrants by adding longer overhangs. $323,300 $0.00 $323,300
Montreal Metropolitan Transportation Network Mile 4.48 Westmount Subdivision - pre-emptive traffic control signals. $1,031,727 $0.00 $1,031,727
Montreal Metropolitan Transportation Network Mile 0.04 Vaudreuil Subdivision - pre-emptive traffic control signals. $918,024 $0.00 $918,024
Canadian National Railway Mile 22.3 Rouses Point Subdivision, Laurier Street - install a crossing warning system, including flashing light signals and bell with constant warning time control equipment and DTMF control. $5,346 $0.00 $5,346
Canadian National Railway Mile 22.67 Rouses Point, Cousins Nord  Road - improve crossing safety by adding flashing light signals. $5,346 $0.00 $5,346

New Brunswick

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
(Up to)
Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
(Up to)
Total Federal Contribution
(Up to)
City of Moncton Mile 124.26 Springhill Subdivision, Church Street - remove existing asphalt between the rails within the pedestrian crossing area, install a new modular rubber slip-resistant crossing surface.  $16,333.41 $0.00 $16,333.41
City of Moncton Mile 124.45 Springhill Subdivision, Queen Street - remove existing asphalt between the rails within the pedestrian crossing area, install a new modular rubber slip-resistant crossing surface.  $32,666.81 $0.00 $32,666.81
City of Moncton Mile 124.27 Springhill Subdivision, St. George Street - remove existing asphalt between the rails within the pedestrian crossing area, install a new modular rubber slip-resistant crossing surface.   $32,666.81 $0.00 $32,666.81
New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Mile 168.2 Napadogan Subdivision, 108 Road - construct new horizontal and vertical geometry for Route 108 to meet current 80 km/h design speed guidelines, along with other improvements. $2,500,000 $0.00 $2,500,000
New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Mile 54.27 Sussex Subdivision, Route 124 - combination of grade adjustment of the highway and super-elevation modifications to the railroad tracks. $280,000 $0.00 $280,000

Various

Applicant Project Federal Contribution 2017-18
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Federal Contribution 2018-19 for two-year projects
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Total Federal Contribution
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Via Rail Various Locations - design to replace the relays or old crossing controllers with no possibility to increase the gate delay time by new crossing controllers, installing the crossing controllers in the field and testing. $213,605.33 $106,802.67 $320,408

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