The Canadian Transportation Agency is committed to consulting with Canadians.Through consultations, the Agency gains a greater understanding of the perspectives of a wide range of citizens, stakeholders and experts and therefore develops more informed and effective policies and programs.

For advice on accessibility issues, the Agency also consults its Accessibility Advisory Committee.

Regulatory Modernization Initiative

Consultation Status
Accessible transportation
Phase I
Ended September 15, 2017
Accessible transportation
Phase II
Consultation is now concluded.
Air transportation Ended September 29, 2017.
Consumer protection for air travellers Ended August 28, 2018.
Rail transportation Ended September 30, 2018.

Other open consultations

Closed consultations

Consultation Results
Agency's Regulatory Costing Model (ARCM) We are analyzing the input.
City of Ottawa – O-Train Trillium Line extension The Agency concluded that the location of the Trillium extension is reasonable. See Determination No. R-2019-73.
Consultation on the requirement to identify a basic fare
Guide on Applying for Approval to Construct a Railway Line and Indigenous Engagement Framework for Railway Line Construction
Methodology for determining CN's and CP's Capital Structure under the Maximum Revenue Entitlement Program We are analyzing the input.
Milton Logistics Hub Project A joint review process was established. For more information, see the environmental assessment registry at, reference number 80100.
Phase II – Consultation on the Accessible Transportation for Persons with Disabilities Regulations (ATPDR) Consultation is now concluded.