Nov. 20: Rail Companies Must Now Share TDGA Info with Municipalities
Posted On November 25, 2013
The Minister of Transport issued a protective direction that, effective immediately, requires:
- Any Canadian Class 1 railway company that transports dangerous goods to provide municipalities with yearly aggregate information, presented by quarter, on the nature and volume of dangerous goods it transports by rail through that municipality
- Any person who transports dangerous goods by rail that isn’t a Canadian Class 1 railway company to provide municipalities with yearly aggregate information on the nature and volume of dangerous goods transported through that municipality and notify municipalities of any significant changes to that information, as soon as possible.
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