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  • 12% of Edmonton’s GDPEmploys more than 108,000 peopleFacilitates the annual movement > $75 billion of Alberta products to international markets.
  • 12% of Edmonton’s GDPEmploys more than 108,000 peopleFacilitates the annual movement > $75 billion of Alberta products to international markets.
  • The Yellowhead Highway and Trans-Canada Highway are the major Canadian east - west connectorsExcellent access to international trade corridors
  • The Yellowhead Highway and Trans-Canada Highway are the major Canadian east - west connectors
  • CN and CP operate approximately 9,600 route kilometers in Alberta and transport about 66 million tonnes into and out of the provinceBoth transport 66 million tonnes in/out of the province
  • http://www.cn.ca/en/news/2012/09/media_news_cn_invest_expansion_prince_george_20120905 CP - Edmonton Intermodal Facility project timelines:2011 – Federal EA and CTA approval completed 2011- (Nov) 2012 – Construction and open for limited use 2014 – Construction completed and facility in service
  • http://www.cn.ca/en/news/2012/09/media_news_cn_invest_expansion_prince_george_20120905 CP - Edmonton Intermodal Facility project timelines:2011 – Federal EA and CTA approval completed 2011- (Nov) 2012 – Construction and open for limited use 2014 – Construction completed and facility in service
  • http://www.cn.ca/en/news/2012/09/media_news_cn_invest_expansion_prince_george_20120905 CP - Edmonton Intermodal Facility project timelines:2011 – Federal EA and CTA approval completed 2011- (Nov) 2012 – Construction and open for limited use 2014 – Construction completed and facility in service
  • Cargo Services7 pure cargo airlines16 passenger & cargo airlines 2 cargo handlers > 40 freight forwarders & customs brokers Edmonton 7 cargo-handling terminals > $3.6 billion worth of goods shipped out of Alberta’s airports
  • Cargo Services7 pure cargo airlines16 passenger & cargo airlines 2 cargo handlers > 40 freight forwarders & customs brokers Edmonton 7 cargo-handling terminals > $3.6 billion worth of goods shipped out of Alberta’s airports
  • Cargo Services7 pure cargo airlines16 passenger & cargo airlines 2 cargo handlers > 40 freight forwarders & customs brokers Edmonton 7 cargo-handling terminals > $3.6 billion worth of goods shipped out of Alberta’s airports
  • http://www.edmonton.ca/business_economy/industrial_development/growth-potential.aspx

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  • 1. TRANSPORTATION: OUR OPPORTUNITY
  • 2. Edmonton’s History
  • 3. Leduc # 1 – Oil in Alberta!
  • 4. Oil Sands Development
  • 5. Transporting Pucks & Footballs
  • 6. THE LEGACY OF OUR HISTORY:
  • 7. A Diverse Economy Percentage Distribution of GDP 0% 0% Edmonton GDP: $54 B) (Total 0% 0% Accommodation & Food Service Utilities Other Services 3% Information, Culture & 3% 2% Recreation 4% Educational Services 5% Finance & Real Estate 17% Health Care & Social Assistance 5% Manufacturing 13% Public Administration 6% Professional, Scientific & Technical Services 8% Construction 13% Agriculture 9% Transportation & Warehousing 12% Source: City of Edmonton / Edmonton Economic Development Corporation
  • 8. An Enabling Industry Sectors Directly Supported by Transportation 0% 0% 0% 0% Accommodation & Food Utilities Service Other Services Information, Culture & Recreation Educational Services Finance & Real Estate Health Care & Social Assistance Manufacturing Public Administration Professional, Scientific & Technical Services Construction Agriculture Total Trade, Transportation & Warehousing Source: City of Edmonton
  • 9. TRANSPORTATION ASSETS:
  • 10. Infrastructure Assets Strong Road Network Strong Access Strong Trucking Capacity Source: City of Edmonton
  • 11. Newly Expanded & Improved Access Edmonton Area Ring Road Final section of the ring road to be completed in 2014 ($1.8 billion) Source: City of Edmonton
  • 12. Strong Rail Network Rail & Intermodal Services Two class 1 rail services providers: • Canada National Railway • Canadian Pacific Source: City of Edmonton
  • 13. Access to Global Markets • Network of existing & expanding rail infrastructure Source: City of Edmonton
  • 14. Canada National (CN) • Home to CN’s Western Region Base of Operations Source: Canada Rail
  • 15. Canadian Pacific (CP) Source: Canadian Pacific
  • 16. Improving Air Cargo Services Source: Edmonton International Airport
  • 17. New Cargo Village Source: Edmonton International Airport, Expansion
  • 18. Access to West Coast Ports Source: City of Edmonton Source: Canada National Railway
  • 19. Educational Resources University of Alberta Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • 20. Educational Resources MacEwan University School of Business
  • 21. Educational Resources PRIVATE SECTOR TRAINING i. ii. iii. Alberta Big Rig Driver Education Capilano Truck Driving Training Institute Gennaro Transport Training
  • 22. Industry & Professional Development
  • 23. Transportation Leaders
  • 24. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES
  • 25. Alberta’s Resources
  • 26. Competitive Advantages • Access to • a domestic customer base of • $10 Million in Western Cda • Strong import & export potential Source: City of Edmonton
  • 27. Transportation Asset Map Legend CANAMEX trade corridor High Load Corridor Note: map is not to scale.
  • 28. Competitive Advantages • Expanding Infrastructure • Rail & Cargo service, Intermodal, Hwy 63, Henday, etc. • Favorable diesel fuel costs in Canada • Access to well connected industrial land – EETP • Expertise to move Heavy & Oversize loads • What is industry saying?
  • 29. “”Edmonton is where it ALL happens. This is where it gets built, manufactured, produced & shipped. People want Alberta exposure & Edmonton exposure.” • David Young, Senior VP, Managing Director, CBRE
  • 30. “If you support the Construction, Manufacturing &/or Energy industries & you want to grow your business & your profits, Edmonton is the 1st choice for your distribution location. There is no other Western Canadian city that has the same warehousing or transportation advantages.” • Michael Haas, President, MTE Logistix
  • 31. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
  • 32. The NEXT Transformational Opportunity Source: City of Edmonton / Government of Alberta
  • 33. OUR OPPORTUNITY: ENERGY SUPER HUB & LOGISTICS SERVICE CENTRE