Public Transit

Rated: Good

Cities of all sizes invest in public transit to reduce congestion and pollution, increase productivity and improve the quality of life of Canadians.  Municipally-owned public transit assets include buses, streetcars, ferries, light rail and subways, parking and service facilities and transit shelters.

Public transit by the numbers

Replacement value refers to the approximate cost of rebuilding an asset in full, including demolition costs. It does not reflect the cost of regular maintenance that would prevent or delay replacement and therefore should not be mistaken as a measurement of the infrastructure deficit.

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