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Canada Transportation Infrastructure Data

Minimize transportation costs with precise, up-to-date geospatial data

Are you using the most accurate transportation infrastructure data for your projects?

In partnership with GDM, Canada Transportation and Infrastructure Data (TID) provides integrated, geospatial views of road configurations and cultural attributes for Western Canada and the Territories. Updated monthly, this comprehensive transportation infrastructure data can help you:

  • Integrate with multiple workflows such as Emergency Response Planning (ERP) and integrity programs
  • Improve workflow precision
  • Optimizing transportation operations to decrease costs

What’s Included


Use Transportation Infrastructure Data to access the following data points:

  • Wellsite, facility and resource lead roads
  • Connectivity to wellsites and facilities
  • Route name and numbers
  • Classes and categories, including private and public classification
  • Surface types, speed limits and lane numbers
  • Ownership, restrictions and seasonal access
  • Toll type and blocked passages
  • Ferry segment type and class
  • Query by owner, speed limit, route class, toll type or ferry
  • Access data cards
  • Customize maps and integrate proprietary data for an area of interest
  • View precise roads, surface access and attributes
  • Integrate wells, land and pipelines with transportation data
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