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

New Nanaimo passenger ferries on their way to B.C.

The custom-built ferries, expected to provide daily passenger service between Nanaimo and Vancouver starting in late summer, have left Vietnam

Car use in Vancouver still higher than pre-pandemic levels

Daily trips by car at 50% in 2022, with walking at 28%, transit at 16%

West Coast dockworkers to hold strike vote June 9 and 10 as pressure mounts in critical contract negotiations

Union representing the province’s port workers authorizes strike vote following completion of federal conciliation process

Victoria deemed most walkable city outside U.S.

Readers of the online TravelAwaits group ranked Victoria above the other Canadian cities on the list, Quebec City in 13th place and Vancouver in 15th

Vehicle sales rise in May, showing hope for strong summer: DesRosiers

Firm says total light vehicle sales in May were up 13.5 per cent from a year ago

One-quarter of Air Canada flights delayed Friday as schedule recovers from IT issue

Flights may be affected at nine of Canada's busiest airports, including YVR

TransLink reports speedy return of riders in 2023, warns of overcrowding

Elected officials are seeking permanent federal subsidies for TransLink as ridership appears on an accelerated post-pandemic rebound, particularly south of the Fraser River

Taxi industry, rideshare competitors bracing for launch of Uber in B.C. Interior

'It's definitely a David vs. Goliath scenario,' says Uride CEO