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This database contains all public Decisions, Determinations, Orders and certain interim Decisions made by the Canadian Transportation Agency since 1988. Some decisions are confidential and are not published.

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SUMMARY [1] This is the first comprehensive review of the cost rate of common equity since 2011. The cost rate of common equity is used in the cost of capital methodology, which, in turn, informs an array of railway-related determinations, including regulated interswitching rates and the...
R-2019-229 2019-11-29
SUMMARY [1] This is the Agency's determination of the 2020 regulated interswitching rates pursuant to Part III, Division IV of the CTA. It builds on the methodology set out in Determination No. R‑2018‑254 (2019 interswitching rates determination), and is informed by the most extensive review of...
R-2019-230 2019-11-29
SUMMARY [1] The Agency has determined CN’s and CP’s revenue covered by the MRE for the 2018‑2019 crop year. For both railway companies, revenues were below their respective MREs. [2] Table 1 summarizes the MRE, revenue, and the amount below the MRE for each of CN and CP: Table 1...
R-2019-245 2019-12-30
SUMMARY [1] The Agency has determined: CN's VRCPI for the 2019–2020 crop year to be 1.4371, an increase of 1.82 percent from the 2018–2019 crop year. CP's VRCPI for the 2019–2020 crop year to be 1.5148, an increase of 3.70 percent from the 2018–2019 crop year. [2] The Agency will use these...
R-2019-68 2019-04-30
BACKGROUND [1] The City filed and application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) to vary Certificate of Fitness No. 00002-3 to reflect the construction, including testing and commissioning, of the Stage 2 O‑Train Trillium Line project (Trillium Line) in Ottawa, Ontario. [2] Subsection...
R-2019-71 2019-05-01
ISSUE [1] In determining whether to grant the section 98 authorization that was applied for by the City for the Trillium extension, the Agency must decide: whether the Crown has met its duty to consult with Indigenous peoples who may be affected by the Trillium extension, and whether the Agency’s...
R-2019-73 2019-05-03
CSXThas requested that the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) vary Certificate of Fitness No. 97004-5 to include an authorization to carry crude oil, as per Schedule IV of the CTA, in its operations in Canada. Paragraph 92(1)(b) of the CTA provides for issuance of a certificate of fitness if...
R-2020-165 2020-09-22
ISSUES [1] In determining whether to grant the section 98 authorization that CN seeks in order to relocate a portion of the Champlain Subdivision located between mileages 2.67 and 3.88 to the new mileages between mileages 2.67 and 4.16, the Agency must decide: whether the Crown has...
R-2020-166 2020-09-23
GEXR applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) to vary Certificate of Fitness No. 98001-3 to reflect: the new operating agreement between GEXR and Guelph Junction Railway Limited (GJR), that allows GEXR to operate over GJR's Goderich Subdivision, from Guelph Junction station (mileage...
R-2020-185 2020-11-17
[1] On May 28, 2020, in accordance with the requirements of paragraph 94(a) of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10 (CTA), the COF Holders, through their parent company Skagway Port and Rail, Inc. (SPRI), notified the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) that...
R-2020-186 2020-11-10