Our values are part of our DNA. They guide the way we work with our business partners, within our communities and with each other. Through integrity, accountability, passion, humility, simplicity and a focus on success, we have created a vibrant company culture where ideas can blossom, people can thrive and success can flourish. Trans-Plan is a Canadian professional traffic and transportation engineering company that creates thoughtful plans for movement in urban environments. We solve challenging pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and automobile transportation problems by applying our expert knowledge and utmost care in Traffic engineering and Transportation planning. We provide urban transportation engineering services to public and private clients across Canada. The Trans-Plan vision enhances the internal culture, and maintains Trans-Plan’s reputation as a Transportation and traffic engineering leader, an employer of choice, and an active community member.

Trans-Plan aspires to be the most respected engineering company, renowned for:

  • Excellence
  • Leadership
  • Creativity
  • Efficiency
  • Unsurpassed value



Trans-Plan employees are open, candid, and truthful.


Trans-Plan employees’ word is their bond.. They do what they say, and live up to the highest standards of fairness and ethical behaviour. We act with integrity and show respect:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to integrity and ethics
  • Show respect for and value all individuals for their diverse backgrounds, experiences, styles, approaches and ideas
  • Listen to others for understanding
  • Assume positive intent


We Are All Accountable

  • Take personal accountability for our actions and results
  • Focus on finding solutions and achieving results
  • Actively engage in discussions and commit to decisions once they are made
  • Involve others in decisions and plans that affect them
  • Keep promises and commitments made to others
  • Personally commit to the success and well-being of teammates
  • Embrace the belief that all injuries are preventable and that achieving a healthy and safe environment starts with “me”