Transportation

BC Ferries implements employee’s plan to deliver groceries to central coast

By transfering grocery shopping from Port Hardy store to terminals of Bella Bella and Klemtu, the ferry service reduces the need for travel for residents of remote communities

Ministry of Transportation contracts workers to plant invasive ivy

English ivy was replanted during the Douglas bus lane project

Province invites Saanich to take part in road safety pilot project

Council to consider inviting neighbouring municipalities to join

City of Victoria paying for over 4,000 unused youth transit passes per month

Ridership is steadily increasing, but more uptake required

Share Now, formerly Car2Go, leaves Canada with valuable data in changing market: expert

Vancouver was its largest market in North America, with more than 300,000 customers

New highway proposed between Alberta and B.C.

The route would connect Red Deer to Kamloops

Victoria shuttle service aims to use cruise ship waste as fuel

Pacific Northwest Transportation Services wants to have a zero emission fleet by 2026

Lead Island Health doctor backs Saanich push to lower provincial speed limits

Chief Medical Health Officer backs the bid to drop residential speed limits to 40 km/h

Studies for E&N corridor still on track after BC Transit investments

Recent investment in bus fleet expansion doesn’t slow studies into alternative transportation routes

McKenzie interchange project sees delays

Weather delays, plan modifications cause extended timeline

BC Transit to install barriers to protect drivers

To reduce assaults, BC Transit announces plans to install driver door barriers

View Royal mayor calls for region and province to meet about transportation issues

Screech says transportation issues are not prioritized in Greater Victoria

Safety surfacing coming to high-crash B.C. roads

Coating coming to 14 sites in Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island

Electric BC Transit bus officially joins Victoria fleet

Fully electric, zero emissions vehicle first of its kind to go into regular service in B.C.

Way2Go! campaign launched to encourage kids to walk, bike to school

Less than 25 per cent of Canadian students use active transportation to commute

Victoria Clipper V makes inaugural voyage on Victoria to Seattle run

Large high-speed catamaran slightly faster, includes business class seating

BC Ferries report net loss of $14.8 million in third quarter

CEO assures public it’s smooth sailing, advises of new ‘fare initiatives’

  • Feb 23, 2018

James Bay seeks input on ‘Complete Streets’ transportation proposal

Victoria’s oldest neighbourhood has unique challenges for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers

Council motion adds conditions to approval of CRD regional transportation service

Cost allocation, promotional aspects, and grant values cause for concern