Designing the Infrastructure for What Could be the First Electrified Ferries in North America

By Morrison Hershfield|September 17, 2021

Access to Amherst Island and Wolfe Island in Eastern Ontario is being improved with reconstructed ferry docks. Residents and visitors will benefit from expanded service and a more efficient and sustainable transportation network.

Morrison Hershfield Awarded Contract for City of Toronto Multi-Year Bridge Program Management Assignment

By Morrison Hershfield|March 25, 2021
The City of Toronto has selected Morrison Hershfield as the Program Manager and Engineering Services Lead for its Bridge Program Management Assignment (BPMA) in support of Transportation Services' Bridge Rehabilitation Program. 

Morrison Hershfield Welcomes Donna Yates to Our Transportation Team

By Morrison Hershfield|March 16, 2021

 

Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Donna Yates, C.Tech, RCCA to our Transportation team.

Morrison Hershfield Welcomes Trevor Small to the Bridge Structures Team

By Morrison Hershfield|March 04, 2021

Morrison Hershfield is pleased to welcome Trevor Small, M.Sc., P.Eng. to our National Transportation Structures team in the role of Senior Bridge Engineer and Project Manager.

The New and Improved Empress Street: Manitoba's Worst Road Gets a Makeover

By Morrison Hershfield|August 13, 2020

A ceremony held this morning celebrated the recently completed Empress Street project. This comes after a two-year initiative that involved reconstructing and rehabilitating the existing street to improve transportation for the area around the old Winnipeg Stadium.

Improving Community Safety with the Rideau River Multi-Use Pathway

By Morrison Hershfield|July 16, 2020

An exciting transformation has taken place at Bank Street and Riverside Drive in Ottawa. The multi-use pathway below Billings Bridge makes it safer and easier for bikes, pedestrians and motorized vehicles to move through one of the busiest intersections in the Nation’s Capital.

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