Transport Canada has created a “glucosamine transporter” for people who need to get from one place to another on foot, bike or by car.

    The transport board has also created a mobile bus for people on foot and is working with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to create a “cassos transport” that could take people between major cities.

    The board says the new transport technology could be a way for people with physical or cognitive disabilities to get around quickly, and could be used for a range of purposes.

    People who need help getting around could use the transport board’s transporter to board a bus or a taxi and can then take a phone to a designated “casse” to be directed to a destination.

    “This can be used in the context of getting to and from places where there is no dedicated road network,” said Rob Worsley, a senior policy adviser at the transport authority.

    “It could be useful for people to get to and fro without being seen.

    It could be good for those with mobility issues or those who are confined in a wheelchair.””

    We’ve always had a desire to be able to get people from place to place, but at the same time, we also know that people with mobility needs and disabilities need the flexibility to travel anywhere and everywhere, to get anywhere and to get on any type of transport,” he added.

    The project is part of the Canadian Association of Public Transit Operators’ (CAPTO) “Glucosaminergic Transport” initiative, which aims to provide safe and reliable transportation for people using a variety of different mobility-related technologies.

    The CAPTO says the transport system is designed to provide flexibility and to improve accessibility for people, which could mean a variety to different types of transportation options.

    “The transport system should be as accessible as possible, as accessible is to enable people to move safely and safely to where they want to go,” said the group’s president, Scott MacDonald.

    The Transport Authority is looking to partner with the CAPTo and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Transportation Research (CITS), a consortium of universities and universities around the world.

    “With these two organisations, we’ll be able … to create and test a prototype that could be adapted to other mobility-supportive technologies, including some of the most innovative and exciting new technologies coming from our partners,” said a spokesperson for the transport agency.

    “We are committed to using our expertise to provide the best transportation system possible for Canadians, and we’re excited about what’s ahead for this new generation of transport technology.”