Transportation 2030 is the Government of Canada's strategic plan for the future of transportation in Canada. It is a strategic plan for a safe, secure, green, innovative and integrated transportation system that supports trade and economic growth, a cleaner environment, and Canadians' well-being. $2 billion over 11 years to strengthen Canada's trade infrastructure, including ports, airports and roads.

Road Infrastructure

Canada has more than a million kilometres of roads, roughly 38,000, making up the National Highway System. Most roads are used for intra-city and intercity transportation, intra-provincial transportation activities, and trade between Canada and the United States. Canada faces many challenges relating to its road transportation infrastructure. These challenges increase pressure for more federal, provincial and municipal spending at a time when economic and financial circumstances are forcing all governments to consider new and innovative ways to fund transportation infrastructure.

Marine Infrastructure

The Government of Canada understands that modern and efficient seaports are essential to the operation of international trade. Canada's Government is investing over $1.5 billion over five years to improve marine safety and responsible shipping, protect Canada's marine environment, and offer new possibilities for Indigenous and coastal communities.

Aerospace Infrastructure

The Canadian aerospace sector is an international leader in export intensity and trade diversity, with value chain partners in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Canada ranks third globally in terms of civil-aircraft production. With more than 700 companies, Canada's aerospace manufacturing and maintenance, repair and overhaul industries generate direct annual revenues of more than $27 Billion.