Transportation

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

Ensure ride-sharing accessibility, UBCM tells Victoria

14% of B.C. taxis allow wheelchair accessibility

Assist transit systems, UBCM tells the B.C. government

Reduce reliance on farebox revenues, resolution says

Reconsider transit reliance on fare revenue: TransLink CEO

Ridership dropped to 17% of pre-pandemic levels in March, April

UPDATE: ICBC spends $100,000 on reflective armbands

‘Coveted safety reflectors’ identify pedestrians in dark

CP, Maersk co-operate to meet Vancouver supply chain demands

Tight warehouse space put pressure on cargo velocities

Study finds five possible North Shore rapid transit routes

Province mulls bridge, tunnel options for link to Vancouver

In time of uncertainty, GCT’s Deltaport Berth 4 Project best for economy and environment

The pandemic has laid bare the need for a thoughtful Roberts Bank port expansion that puts the economy and environment first, says one of Canada’s largest maritime employers. GCT Global Container...

Uber turns attention to launching in Victoria, Kelowna

Ride-hailing giant has put in an application to the Passenger Transportation for licences across the province’s different regions

YVR terminates major infrastructure project due to COVID-19

With $525 million already spent, the Vancouver Airport Authority is halting a large-scale infrastructure project due to the impact COVID-19 has had on the aviation industry. The airport announced...

Shipping’s new imperative: continual crisis management

Analysis | Earnings up in turbulent times for Vancouver’s Seaspan Corp. and other major marine cargo players