Survol : Transports, Infrastructure et Énergie
Le ministère des Transports, de l’Infrastructure et de l’Énergie s’occupe des infrastructures clés permettant les déplacements du public et le transport efficace de biens. Le ministère fournit l’infrastructure nécessaire aux services gouvernementaux en s’occupant de travaux de construction, de la gestion des terres de la Couronne, de l’entretien d’immeubles et de la gestion d’installations. Le ministère travaille à l’amélioration des biens durables de la province, y compris l’approvisionnement et la distribution énergétiques.
Parmi les priorités du Ministère, il y a notamment :
- Élaborer des plans de renouvellement de l’infrastructure et collaborer avec d’autres gouvernements pour assurer leur mise en œuvre;
- Actualiser l’infrastructure énergétique de la province;
- Élaborer des stratégies permettant d’incorporer l’énergie verte et les pratiques de conservation dans les activités quotidiennes;
- Fournir des services de premières lignes par l’entremise d’Accès Î. P. É. et travailler à leur amélioration.
Structure et équipe
Access PEI is a one-stop location to obtain provincial government programs, services and information.
There are eight Access PEI sites across the province. Islanders can obtain a wide range of programs and services including paying property tax, obtaining a drivers license, purchasing a fishing license and many other services.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The Highway Maintenance Division provides year round maintenance services to the province’s highways, as well as summer maintenance to the Confederation Trail.
Winter operations run from November to May and summer operations run from June to October.
Annual winter operations across the province's highways involve salting, sanding and snow removal. Work can also include temporary patching of paved roads, water drainage and washout repairs. If you would like to report a problem, contact the office in your region: Prince County, phone (902) 888-8275; Queens County, phone (902) 368-4770, Kings County, phone (902) 652-8960
During winter storms or adverse weather conditions, staff members answering calls at a Dispatch Office can be very busy. In the event you are connected to the Dispatch Office's voice message centre, please leave a clear, detailed message including the name of your community, the road about which you are calling, as well as a phone number where you can be reached.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
Regional operations provide year-round maintenance services for all provincially owned roads across the Province. These services include: pavement surface maintenance, roadside maintenance, drainage and stormwater, unpaved roads, dust control, snow & ice control. (Maintenance of signage, pavement marking and traffic control devices is provided by the Capital Projects Division).Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The PEI Energy Corporation promotes the development of energy systems and the production and distribution of energy, in all its forms, across the province.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The Capital Projects Division is responsible for the design and construction of highways and bridges for the province. This division is split into the eastern region and western region.
The division provides the following services:
- Development of an annual and multi-year road construction program
- Provide design services for the highway and bridge network on PEI for reconstruction and rehabilitation purposes
- Provide an inspection and maintenance program for the 1,294 bridge structures on PEI to ensure safety to the travelling public
- The installation and maintenance of traffic signals, highway lighting, highway signage and highway marking
- New highway accesses
- Traffic operations in municipalities and other provincial jurisdictions
- Ensuring all materials that are used to build our highways follow good quality control and assurance
- Prepare and maintain Provincial Highway Network maps and Road Atlases, GPS field mapping
The Traffic Operations section is responsible for the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices and traffic operations for the province, as well as technical and informational support to the Department for its highway construction and highway maintenance activities.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
Infrastructure is a joint initiative between the Government of Canada and the Government of Prince Edward Island. The program began in the fiscal year 2000-2001 and with millions of dollars invested in municipalities across the province to support major capital projects.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The Environmental Management Section provides environmental planning, permitting and compliance management services to both internal and external clients who are proposing to undertake construction and maintenance activities within the public right-of-way. Internal clients include Capital Projects, Highway Maintenance and Confederation Trail, and external clients include property owners, contractors, consultants and municipalities.
Additionally, the Environmental Management Section develops and implements environmental policy initiatives, actively partners with the broader watershed and environmental community and maintains the department’s Environmental Protection Plan.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The role of the Properties Section is four-fold: provide real estate services on behalf of all government departments in regards to the ownership of provincial properties; provide high quality and timely advice to the Government of Prince Edward Island on all property matters associated with Provincial lands including public roads and the Confederation Trail; provide quality service to all out-clients in the areas of Provincial Land Management; and, to manage the Province’s real property assets to their “highest and best use and, in doing so, stimulate and/or support the economy of Prince Edward Island.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The Section is managed by the Provincial Chief Surveyor who is responsible for maintaining a cadastral infrastructure that sustains the security of land tenure, thereby promoting secure economic development and prosperity in the Province. The Chief Surveyor is a licensed land surveyor and is part of a specialized team within the Department that provides timely and efficient land and engineering services for the Department as well as other government departments and agencies. Legislative responsibilities include: maintenance of the provincial survey reference system; providing specialist opinion and guidance on property related matters; regulating and advising on surveys completed under the Natural Gas Act and the Mineral Resources Act; and, providing an alternative for equitable resolution of certain boundary disputes.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
The Public Works and Planning Division is responsible for the planning, design and construction of various government buildings like schools and hospitals. This division is also responsible for major repair and renovation of building facilities required by Department clients.Voir la liste des membres du personnel
This Section is responsible for the operation and maintenance of leased and Government-owned facilities across the province.Voir la liste des membres du personnel