The main objective of this note is provide a Canadian perspective on transportation. The first section deals with the note Canada’s transport network, providing an overview of the transport services sector and the economic importance of transportation. The second section describes the characteristics of each of the six main modes of transport: air, rail, truck, ship, pipeline and intermodal. The third section discusses the main challenges for the transportation sect … Read more »

The main objective of this note is provide a Canadian perspective on transportation. The first section deals with the note Canada’s transport network, providing an overview of the transport services sector and the economic importance of transportation. The second section describes the characteristics of each of the six main modes of transport: air, rail, truck, ship, pipeline and intermodal. The third section discusses the main challenges for the transport sector, including environmental and safety issues. The final section examines the role of government in Canada transportation sector, including government policy.
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P. Fraser Johnson,
Jason Lan
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Release Date: 13 January 2006. Prod #: 906D03-PDF-ENG
Note on the Canadian Transportation Industry HBR case solution

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