Transportation & Transit
Solutions for Transportation and Transit
Safe Transit Design and Operation
Every facility is unique, and each transit type offers different potential dangers and complexities, particularly around evacuation. Compounding matters is the human element—transit facilities are often overcrowded, loud, and chaotic. Transit facilities must incorporate designs by which large masses of people can be quickly and safely evacuated, and systems by which a fire is rapidly detected, contained, and successfully fought.
Only then can we meet our diverse transportation needs without compromising safety.
We offer a full range of fire and life safety services for transportation and transit facilities—to learn more, please download our Solutions for Transportation and Transit Facilities infosheet.
If you don’t see a particular service, then please reach out—we might still be able to help you achieve your safety goals. For complete service descriptions, please download our Services Guide.
PLC Fire Safety Are Specialized Experts
Each transit facility is unique and each utilizes different forms of construction, systems, and operations. It takes experience and expertise to assist transit providers in the development and evaluation of their fire and life safety design philosophies, emergency plans, and staff training programs.
Our Fire Protection Engineers have extensive expertise developing performance-based fire and life safety strategies for all types of transit facilities. This combination of experience and expertise makes PLC a trusted leader in providing fire protection engineering solutions for our clients in the transportation industry.
How Can We Help?
We’d love to understand your fire and life safety needs to see how we can help. Please reach out to us to schedule a conversation.
Project Spotlight: Toronto Transit Commission Engineering Services
On December 17, 2017, the Toronto Transit Commission opened the $3.18 billion, 8.6 kilometre Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension. PLC Fire Safety was commissioned to design, install, test, and review the fire protection systems for each of the six new subway stations on the line.