Ressources

2002 Collison Report (pdf/1.14 Mo)

Description: 
TCIS provides valuable information for many traffic collision countermeasure programs. TCIS, the MVA report form, and various collision publications are administered by the GNWT Department of Transportation, Road Licensing and Safety Division. The collection of this valuable data is made possible by the efforts and dedication of the many Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers across the Northwest Territories who complete MVA forms from their collision investigations.
Publication date: 
décembre 2003
Resource Category: 
Highways and Ferries
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File

2002 Collison Report (pdf/1.14 Mo)

Publication date: 
décembre 2003
Resource Category: 
Internal Services
Resource Type: 
Guides
Type of resourse: 
File
Publication date: 
octobre 2003
Resource Category: 
Highways and Ferries
Resource Type: 
Bulletins
Type of resourse: 
Link

2002-2003 Registrars Report (pdf/339.48 Ko)

Description: 
This report presents a statistical summary of the vehicle and driver population in the Northwest Territories and presents a summary of revenue, driver testing activity, convictions and suspensions. This information can be used by Program Managers, Regional Superintendents and Senior Managers to assess Road Licensing and Safety activities and monitor trends. The information in this report is derived from data maintained on the Road Licensing and Safety Motor Vehicle Information System (MVIS). A series of reports are used to extract the statistical information from MVIS.
Publication date: 
août 2003
Resource Category: 
Highways and Ferries
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File

2002-2003 Registrars Report (pdf/339.48 Ko)

Description: 
The Northwest Territories’ Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1990 came into effect on August 1, 1991. The TDG Act is the territorial complement of the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act. Where the federal legislation applies to the transportation modes subject to its jurisdiction (i.e., air marine, rail, pipeline and inter-provincial/territorial trucking), the territorial Act applies to intra-territorial trucking operations. In the interests of consistency and national uniformity, the territorial Act invokes the federal regulations pursuant to the federal Act. In this way, hazardous cargoes moving in Canada from one mode of transportation to another and/ or between jurisdictions are always subject to the same dangerous goods regulations.
Publication date: 
janvier 2003
Resource Category: 
Highways and Ferries
Resource Type: 
Reports, Plans and Studies
Type of resourse: 
File
Publication date: 
janvier 2003
Resource Category: 
Drivers and Vehicles
Resource Type: 
Fact Sheets
Type of resourse: 
File