BIV's coverage of the transportation sector provides the latest news relating to roads, air travel, shipping, ports and beyond in Vancouver and British Columbia

Canada Jetlines reveals new branding, vows to fly in December

Rival airline executives reject Canada Jetlines as genuine competition

Massey Tunnel safe despite multiple replicated inspection reports: Ministry

Reports confused over whether tunnel inspected annually or not

Port authority, GCT square off over terminal priorities

Debate over which port expansion should come first plagues Terminal 2 hearings

Port union to mull deal before possible September 19 vote

All-night bargaining and lockout, preceded deal after labour action began

What will it cost to cure region’s road congestion?

TransLink Mayors’ Council says stable, predictable funding is a start

Terminal 2 plan generating automated angst

Union leadership rings alarm bells over rising tide of tech disruption in port operations

B.C. port employers, union reach tentative agreement

All-night bargaining and lockout, federal assistance preceded deal

Port employees find gates locked Thursday morning

The association representing 55 port employers locked out B.C.’s longshoremen Thursday morning while contract bargaining continued, the union said. The Maritime Employers Association warned Tuesday...

Port employer, dock workers back at the bargaining table

BC Maritime Employers Association and International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada representatives in talks to avert May 30 lockout

Updated: Port employers to lock out union Friday

Union president was hopeful for return to bargaining