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

UPDATED: COVID’s container cargo congestion complications

Wild demand fluctuations in 2020 creating serious port logjams in 2021

Coast Mountain Bus gets on board with heat recovery thanks to FortisBC

FortisBC and Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) are two progressive companies committed to supporting the province’s climate action goals by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. One way FortisBC...

New LED lighting installed in Massey Tunnel

The business case for the new Massey crossing is still being reviewed by the provincial government and stakeholders

Seaspan Ferries to trial massive energy storage battery

West Coast cargo ferry to carry Blue Whale technology developed by Richmond’s Corvus Energy

Prince Rupert aiming for top port status

Northern B.C. port looks to surpass Montreal in volume

Federal cruise ship ban extended until 2022

New federal order prohibits pleasure craft in Arctic waters and cruise ships from all waters

B.C. drivers to receive a one-time ICBC rebate cheque, averaging $190

Money will start to roll out at the beginning of March

Canada Line strike averted as tentative deal reached

The union issued a 72-hour strike notice on Friday

2020 BC Export Awards Nominees Announced

Twelve British Columbian companies are finalists in four categories for the 2020 B.C. Export Awards presented by Business in Vancouver. The annual event, which this year will be presented virtually...

EV charging rebates bumped up for fleet operators

BC government is doubling the rebates offered on some EV charging stations for fleet operators