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As part of its plan to deliver long-term sustainable transportation and better transit, the Province of Ontario created the Greater Toronto Transportation Authority on April 24, 2006. Now known as Metrolinx, it was created to play a critical role in planning and delivering a seamless, integrated transit network allowing people to use public transit to travel easily within the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).

 

The development in 2008 of a Regional Transportation Plan, The Big Move, was instrumental in identifying that the province’s transit and transportation problems are regional in nature and cross municipal boundaries. In 2009, Metrolinx merged with GO Transit, the regional public transit service. The organization grew further with the addition of two more operating divisions – the Union Pearson (UP) Express in 2010 and PRESTO in 2011. In 2013, construction began on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, which will run a 19-kilometre light-rail line across the city. The project is set to be complete in 2021.

 


List of Open Solicitations

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Solicitation Title Region of Delivery Published Date Closing Date
PT-2017-IT-068 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY  OF HP  COMPUTERS AND RELATED ACCESSORIES S. Ontario, CAN
10-Jul-2017 01-Aug-2017
PT-2017-SCC-022: REPLACEMENT OF FIRE ALARM SYSTEM IN PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AT PICKER S. Ontario, CAN
09-Jun-2017 10-Aug-2017
Pre-Notice: RFP TO SUPPLY A VEHICLE POINT OF SALE SOLUTION S. Ontario, CAN
05-May-2017 30-Sep-2017
Notification to Vendors re UPDATE to Metrolinx COR Requirements S. Ontario, CAN
30-Sep-2016 31-Dec-2018
RFP-2016-CWC-002:Union Station Rail Corridor West Approach Signalling Project S. Ontario, CAN
24-Aug-2016 10-Aug-2017
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