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2010-11 Impact Tables - Table 3

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Table 3: Cumulative Impact of Infrastructure Canada Program by Sub-activity1

Infrastructure Canada Program (cumulative outcomes)
Sub-activity Goal Performance Indicator Outcome Reported
2.2.1 Green Infrastructure Improved green infrastructure Increase in number of households with improved potable water quality (benefit I3) 1,399,697
Increase in number of households with improved wastewater treatment (includes new connections to wastewater systems) (benefit I1 + benefit I22 + benefit I4) 293,069
Increased composting and recycling of solid waste (number of metric tonnes per annum) (benefit I20) 41,756
Improved energy efficiency of municipal buildings resulting in a reduction in electricity used (kWh/m3) (benefit I50) 4,325,877
Improved energy efficiency of municipal buildings resulting in a reduction in heating fuel used (BTU/m3) (benefit I51) 1,879,315
2.2.2 Local Transportation Infrastructure Better local transportation Number of road and local transportation infrastructure improvements (# of projects in category Local Road Transportation) 277
Number of communities benefiting from safer roads and new or improved public transportation 400
2.2.3 Other Infrastructure Priorities Improved infrastructure such as recreation facilities, tourism, and rural telecommunications Number of visits to cultural and recreation facilities improved through funded projects (benefit I39) 8,442,492
Number of new tourism infrastructure (# of projects under category Infrastructure Supporting Tourism, which fall under project nature 1 (new construction)) 61
Number of communities benefiting from cultural, recreation, and tourism facilities2 290
Increase in number of affordable house units (benefit I38) 272
Increase in number of high-speed Internet access for local public institutions (benefit I30) 174

 


[1] Includes cumulative outcomes from October 2000 to March 31, 2011.
[2] The cumulative value is lower than that reported in DPR 2009-10.