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

Canada faces container terminal crunch

Trade agreements aren’t worth the paper they’re written on if import and export goods can’t move efficiently through ports

Cargo thieves counting on bountiful Christmas cheer

Reports raise red flags over multibillion-dollar container goods hijacking threats

Port CEO: Canada’s trade diversification relies on Vancouver

10th annual address highlights growth opportunity, warns of capacity constraints

BC NDP’s ride-hailing delays penalize local providers

Lack of government clarity hurting local transportation services: entrepreneurs

Port of Nanaimo plans to increase size of city’s downtown marina

The Port of Nanaimo is hoping to expand capacity at its boat basin marina under a $15-million capital plan developed following extensive consultation. “We are seeing a need for expansion,” said Mike...

Ride-hailing in B.C. will hinge on future ICBC and transportation board decisions

Legislation enables Passenger Transportation Board more power to iron out details for Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing companies

Businesses ‘bewildered’ by B.C. ride-hailing plans

Ride-hailing advocates say government must re-evaluate murky timetable for rolling out services

B.C. moves to phase out gas-fired vehicles

ZEV mandate requires 10% of vehicle sales to be electric by 2025, 100% by 2040

B.C. promises ride-hailing insurance products by fall 2019

Province remains cagey on when British Columbians can expect to begin using services like Uber and Lyft

B.C. to offer more details on ride-hailing plans

Ministry of Transportation to facilitate technical briefing with media