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

YVR traffic returns to pre-pandemic levels

Travel at the airport this week is expected to be at almost 99.8 per cent of what it was in 2019

Little good news for goods movement on the horizon

Supply chain congestion predicted to last well into 2023 as new bottlenecks emerge

Consortium ups its bid to acquire parent company of Vancouver’s Seaspan Corp.

Poseidon Acquisition Corp. doubles down on its push to acquire all outstanding shares of the asset manager that operates the world’s largest lessor of container ships

YVR joins forces with trailblazing airline to support Indigenous businesses and tourism

Partnership is part of “the pathway to economic reconciliation in our country,” says founder of Iskwew Air, Canada’s first 100% Indigenous woman-owned airline

Shock at the pumps largely a refining issue

Gasoline prices in Vancouver spiked twice over the weekend by 38 cents

No pandemic airline refund, B.C. tribunal rules

A man who booked a holiday flight from Vancouver to Germany is not entitled to a refund after the B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal ruled not travelling during the pandemic was a personal...

Pandemic still stalling Metro Vancouver's transit recovery

Recent polling shows mobility to be the top issue for the region’s voters after housing

Port of Vancouver saw cargo volume fall 11% over 2022's first half

The Port of Vancouver saw goods shipped through its facilities fall 11% over the first half of 2021, an occurrence that – officials say – was caused by a combination of factors, including a decline...

Traffic up but earnings down at Port of Vancouver

Marine cargo traffic down eight per cent in 2021 at the Port of Prince Rupert

Strike action shuts down operations at Roberts Bank's Westshore coal terminal

Strike action at Westshore Terminals’ coal export facility at Roberts Bank has shut down operations, port officials confirmed Monday. According to Westshore, the company was served with a 72-hour...