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ITS Canada 2023

April 5 @ 12:00 am EDT

Conference Info

Join Parsons at ITS Canada 2023, June 14-16 in Windsor, Ontario!

Organizer Overview

Even with this definition, the term ‘ITS’ is elastic, capable of broad or narrow interpretation by practitioners and suppliers. It is multi-modal, covering surface, air and marine. It is heavily focused on surface transportation: private automobiles, commercial vehicles, and public transit. Because these are dynamic systems, the term ‘ITS’ is understood to include consideration of the vehicle, the infrastructure, and the driver or user, interacting together dynamically.

The congestion and safety problems in Canada’s transportation networks, combined with continued growth, the fiscal reality of restricted budgets, and environmental and land use constraints, have resulted in a shift in focus toward demand management and more efficient use of the existing infrastructure. The application of ITS is critical to achieving these goals. ITS provide an important key to achieving many of today’s transportation objectives: mobility, safety, efficient transportation, providing a financial base for new infrastructure (through the monetization of assets), public-private partnerships, and transportation demand management (through road pricing, transit, and High Occupancy Vehicles (HOVs), which in turn can reduce greenhouse gases.

Goals of ITS include moving towards a fully integrated transportation management system, improving efficiency, safety, productivity and general mobility, while reducing threats to travel safety and security as well as the negative effects to the environment such as pollution. ITS Canada strives to foster new ITS applications, promote government-industry cooperation, and strengthen the Canadian industry in order to maximize existing infrastructure.

Check Us Out

Visit us in the ITS Canada 2023 exhibit hall to speak with a Parsons representative.

Learn More

We have contributed to major infrastructure projects across Canada since the 1940’s. Across the country, our teams are on the cutting edge of infrastructure engineering, and have helped design and build many of the country’s well-known landscapes, including the Regina Bypass, Turcot Exchange, Kicking Horse Canyon, Olivier-Charbonneau Bridge, Gordie Howe International Bridge, Highway 401, Gardiner Expressway Rehabilitation ProjectHighway 400 & Major Mackenzie Drive, and La Fontaine Tunnel. Our experts have also worked with transit agencies around the country, helping the Toronto Subway, GO Transit network, Vancouver SkyTrain and the Edmonton Light Rail Transit improve mobility in their communities. Learn more about our work in Canada here.


April 5
12:00 am EDT
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St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
201 Riverside Drive W
Windsor, Ontario Canada

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