The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) is an independent regulator and quasi-judicial tribunal which contributes to a competitive, economic, efficient and accessible national transportation system. It operates within the context of the very large and complex Canadian transportation system.
The CTA is comprised of up to five permanent and three temporary Members who act like administrative judges, and are appointed by the Governor in Council, as well as about 330 employees.
The CTA's mandate and powers as a regulator and tribunal.
The CTA's core values and expected behaviours that guide us in all activities related to our professional duties.