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

Demand for first-mile/ last-mile solutions surging

Reopening of economy pressures agencies to fill in gaps for commuters

Is B.C.'s transit system on the road to recovery?

New CEO maps out TransLink’s revenue revival plan

Highway 1 through Fraser Canyon expected to reopen in January

There are seven distinct areas of damage along the Fraser Canyon

Vancouver port responding well to multiple crises, says CEO

Industrial land shortage, climate change and a lack of shipping containers among challenges, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority CEO Robin Silvester said at a Greater Vancouver Board of Trade event...

Feds contribute $4.1m to Vancouver port to resolve supply-chain issues

The federal government will give Vancouver Fraser Port Authority $4.1 million towards the preparation of an industrial site for container storage in addressing the ongoing supply chain issues,...

Highway 1 reopens through Abbotsford; Coquihalla reopening still months away

While boats were using the Trans-Canada Highway through Abbotsford just last week, the highway is reopening to motor vehicles Thursday at 2 p.m. The Trans-Canada Highway that connects Abbotsford and...

Ocean container cargo carriers buoyed by massive surge in cash flow

Vancouver-based Seaspan Corp. celebrates its 20th anniversary with spike in profit and rapid container ship fleet expansion

TransLink to accept debit cards on buses, Skytrain gates

System expected to be in place by end of 2022

CN Rail plans to resume service to Vancouver on Wednesday

Canadian National Railway Co. will reopen some services linking the Port of Vancouver to the rest of the province and country on early Wednesday, the rail operator said today. In a statement, CN...

No quick fix in sight for road and rail repair in B.C.

Special report: Rainstorm washouts underscore need for climate change mitigation budgets: experts