TRANSPORTATION:
OUR OPPORTUNITY
Edmonton’s History
Leduc # 1 – Oil in Alberta!
Oil Sands Development
Transporting Pucks & Footballs
THE LEGACY OF OUR
HISTORY:
A Diverse Economy
Percentage Distribution of GDP 0% 0% Edmonton GDP: $54 B)
(Total
0% 0%
Accommodation & Food
Service
Util...
An Enabling Industry
Sectors Directly Supported by Transportation
0%
0% 0%

0%

Accommodation & Food
Utilities
Service

Ot...
TRANSPORTATION ASSETS:
Infrastructure Assets
Strong Road
Network
Strong
Access
Strong
Trucking
Capacity

Source: City of Edmonton
Newly
Expanded &
Improved
Access

Edmonton Area Ring Road

Final section of the ring
road to be completed in
2014 ($1.8 bi...
Strong
Rail
Network

Rail & Intermodal Services

Two class 1 rail
services providers:
• Canada National
Railway
• Canadian...
Access to Global Markets

• Network of existing &

expanding rail
infrastructure
Source: City of Edmonton
Canada National (CN)

• Home to CN’s

Western Region
Base of
Operations
Source: Canada Rail
Canadian Pacific (CP)

Source: Canadian Pacific
Improving Air Cargo Services

Source: Edmonton International Airport
New Cargo Village

Source: Edmonton International Airport, Expansion
Access to West Coast Ports

Source: City of Edmonton

Source: Canada National Railway
Educational Resources
University of Alberta

Northern Alberta Institute of
Technology
Educational Resources
MacEwan
University
School of
Business
Educational Resources
PRIVATE SECTOR TRAINING
i.
ii.
iii.

Alberta Big Rig Driver Education
Capilano Truck Driving Trainin...
Industry & Professional Development
Transportation Leaders
COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES
Alberta’s Resources
Competitive Advantages
• Access to
• a domestic

customer
base of
• $10 Million in
Western Cda
• Strong import

& export
p...
Transportation Asset Map

Legend
CANAMEX trade
corridor

High Load Corridor
Note: map is not to scale.
Competitive Advantages
• Expanding Infrastructure
• Rail & Cargo service, Intermodal, Hwy 63, Henday, etc.

• Favorable di...
“”Edmonton is where it ALL happens.

This is where it gets
built, manufactured,
produced & shipped.
People want Alberta ex...
“If you support the Construction, Manufacturing &/or
Energy industries
& you want to grow your business
& your profits,
Ed...
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
The NEXT Transformational Opportunity

Source: City of Edmonton / Government of Alberta
OUR OPPORTUNITY:
ENERGY SUPER HUB &
LOGISTICS SERVICE CENTRE
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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
  • NATC AGM Oct 16

    1. 1. TRANSPORTATION: OUR OPPORTUNITY
    2. 2. Edmonton’s History
    3. 3. Leduc # 1 – Oil in Alberta!
    4. 4. Oil Sands Development
    5. 5. Transporting Pucks & Footballs
    6. 6. THE LEGACY OF OUR HISTORY:
    7. 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. 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. 9. TRANSPORTATION ASSETS:
    10. 10. Infrastructure Assets Strong Road Network Strong Access Strong Trucking Capacity Source: City of Edmonton
    11. 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. 12. Strong Rail Network Rail & Intermodal Services Two class 1 rail services providers: • Canada National Railway • Canadian Pacific Source: City of Edmonton
    13. 13. Access to Global Markets • Network of existing & expanding rail infrastructure Source: City of Edmonton
    14. 14. Canada National (CN) • Home to CN’s Western Region Base of Operations Source: Canada Rail
    15. 15. Canadian Pacific (CP) Source: Canadian Pacific
    16. 16. Improving Air Cargo Services Source: Edmonton International Airport
    17. 17. New Cargo Village Source: Edmonton International Airport, Expansion
    18. 18. Access to West Coast Ports Source: City of Edmonton Source: Canada National Railway
    19. 19. Educational Resources University of Alberta Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
    20. 20. Educational Resources MacEwan University School of Business
    21. 21. Educational Resources PRIVATE SECTOR TRAINING i. ii. iii. Alberta Big Rig Driver Education Capilano Truck Driving Training Institute Gennaro Transport Training
    22. 22. Industry & Professional Development
    23. 23. Transportation Leaders
    24. 24. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES
    25. 25. Alberta’s Resources
    26. 26. Competitive Advantages • Access to • a domestic customer base of • $10 Million in Western Cda • Strong import & export potential Source: City of Edmonton
    27. 27. Transportation Asset Map Legend CANAMEX trade corridor High Load Corridor Note: map is not to scale.
    28. 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. 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. 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. 31. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
    32. 32. The NEXT Transformational Opportunity Source: City of Edmonton / Government of Alberta
    33. 33. OUR OPPORTUNITY: ENERGY SUPER HUB & LOGISTICS SERVICE CENTRE

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