Airport authority boss Mark Laroche says just one million passengers are expected to pass through the Ottawa terminal in 2021, down from 5.1 million two years ago.
With teleworking trends expected to persist, Ottawa brokers urge tenants to keep traditional office space
COVID-19 may not be the end of office space, but survey of Ottawa tenants suggests many employees will continue working from home even after the pandemic subsides
Official say the Ottawa business community is “clamouring” for better transportation connections to Toronto, Montreal and the U.S.
Federal officials are pushing the Canadian Infrastructure Bank to back Via Rail's high-frequency rail project, according to documents tabled in the House of Commons.
The head of the Transportation Safety Board says the federal government needs to move fast on better national "crashworthiness" standards for buses and other commercial passenger vehicles
A slew of federal government grants awarded to Ottawa organizations are looking to advance new technologies and reduce the carbon footprint of Canada’s transportation sector.
A group of Carleton University students is working with Transport Canada and BlackBerry QNX to devise ways of thwarting potential cyberattacks against self-driving vehicles.
Remember the last time you had to slam on the breaks at a succession of frustratingly ill-timed red lights? By Adam Kveton
He might be riding his proposal for a privately backed commuter train into uncharted territory, but that hasn’t dampened Joseph Potvin’s sense of optimism.
When Ian Glenn was in charge of the Canadian army’s unmanned aerial vehicle program nearly two decades ago, drones were strictly the domain of the military.