La Société canadienne
de géotechnique
The Canadian
Geotechnical Society
La Société canadienne de géotechnique
The Canadian Geotechnical Society
La Société
canadienne de
Géotechnique des transports
À propos du Comité sur la géotechnique des transports
Within the Canadian Geotechnical Society’s internal framework, you will find the Transportation Geotechnique Committee (TGC). The TGC was originally given its status as a specialty committee under the Soil Mechanics and Foundations Division in September 2005. The TGC's area of interest covers a broad range of transportation-related geotechnique topics including:

• Geotechnical design, construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructures
• Earthworks for transportation facilities
• The use of geo-materials and recycled materials
• Geotechnique design for roadways, rail lines, pipelines, sea ports and airfields
• Geosynthetics and their applications
• Ensuring the sustainability, ongoing performance evaluation and rehabilitation of transportation infrastructure
• The development and application of risk management systems for transportation infrastructure, as well as the evaluation and environmental impacts
• Evaluation and mitigation of geohazards that could impact critical transportation infrastructure.

One of the major activities that the TGC conducts is the organization and coordination of specialty sessions related to transportation geotechnique topics, often in collaboration with the Technical Divisions of CGS, at the annual Canadian Geotechnical Conference. Recently, with the advent of the COVID 19 pandemic and the rise of online networking tools, The TGC has also begun to offer webinars to its members on various topics related to transportation geotechnique. The TGC also acts as a forum for discussion between industry, academics, and students regarding research, education, and training. The Committee also acts as liaison between the CGS and other transportation-related national and international organizations. Finally, it also tries to promote the awareness of transportation geotechnique within the CGS and the geoscience community.
Comité exécutif
Les membres exécutifs du Comité sur la géotechnique des transports sont:
Harpreet Panesar
Government of Saskatchewan, Highways
Brent Hay
TREK Geotechnical Inc.
Ahmed Mahgoub
Ancien président
Don Lewycky

Join TGC’s LinkedIn Group: www.linkedin.com/groups/12496687/


Resource Links

Canadian Rail Research Laboratory carrl.ca   

The Canadian Rail Research Laboratory (CaRRL) was established to be Canada's premier education and research program in railway engineering. Housed within the University of Alberta's Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, CaRRL features a large dedicated laboratory space inside the Natural Resources Engineering Facility and facilitates world-class research in collaboration between academia and our industry and government partners.

Railway Ground Hazard Research Program rghrp.com   

Established in 2003, the Railway Ground Hazard Research Program (RGHRP) draws upon the resources of CN, CP, the University of Alberta, Queen's University, the Geological Survey of Canada and Transport Canada, with the objective of developing and accessing solutions to manage ground hazard risks in the Canadian railway industry. The RGHRP develops and evaluates scientific, technical and methodological solutions to support and enhance the Canadian railway industry's ability to manage the risk associated with ground hazards.

Rapports / Documents
Prochains événements


The First CGS National Online Geotechnical Lecture: Doug Stead
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Si vous avez des commentaires ou des suggestions, veuillez communiquer avec le Comité sur la géotechnique des transports, à info@cgs.ca.