Freight Integration and Motor Carrier Policy
The Freight Integration and Motor Carrier Policy is responsible for monitoring and providing policy advice on the state of intermodal transportation developments and issues; the economic performance of Canada’s motor carrier industry (truck and bus); and the understanding of domestic logistical flows and the identification of infrastructure needs on strategic gateways and trade corridors.
The Branch works in collaboration with provincial/territorial departments of transportation, other federal departments, U.S. and Mexican departments of transportation, the private sector and other stakeholders.
The Branch is organized along three main activities. For a more detailed description of the functions of each of these groups, click on one of the following:
- Intermodal Freight Transportation
- Motor Carrier Policy
- Transportation Gateways and Corridors
- Transport Canada Annual Reports
- North American Transportation Statistics (external link)
- Economic Analysis
- Statistics Canada (external link)
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