Click on the different parts of a car to discover advanced environmental technologies for vehicles that help reduce vehicle fuel consumption, emissions or other pollutants.
Read about safety issues related to aviation, aircraft technology, pilot training, flight hazards and accidents in this quarterly newsletter.
The ecoTECHNOLOGY for Vehicles (eTV) program provides Canadians with information about cutting-edge technologies and their potential to help reduce the environmental impacts of motor vehicles. eTV has developed a series of short videos about some of the vehicle technologies it is evaluating.
What vehicle technologies are on the horizon? What kinds of partnerships are being developed to make advanced clean vehicle technologies available to Canadians? What's new with the eTV program? eTV's newsletter, Green Wheels, explores answers to these questions and more.
Discover how fuel cells generate electricity. Learn about the history of the technology and its future applications.
Fuel cells generate electricity by electrochemically combining hydrogen and oxygen. On a life-cycle basis, they can produce zero or very low emissions, depending on the source of the hydrogen. Fuel cells are energy-conversion devices that utilize hydrogen and other fuels.
Learn about the components and operations of a conventional lock, a boat lift, and a hydraulic lock from this resource.
Discover how birds and mammals can pose a danger to aircraft and how the aviation industry tries to prevent harm to these creatures.
With so many new vehicle technologies on the market today, how can you know which innovations will help to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and other pollutants? The ecoTECHNOLOGY for Vehicles (eTV) fleet includes recent and emerging advanced environmental vehicle technologies for vehicles from around the globe.
Stay on the cutting edge of aerospace research with this newsletter about topics like advanced materials, new machining techniques, aviation research news and profiles of researchers in the field. Published three times per year.
Find Canadian statistics on transportation by air, water, rail and road, including topics like passenger volume, industry growth, technological developments and safety.
Transport Canada and its partners are actively working towards cleaner transportation for Canada and Canadians.