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

North Shore transportation plan gets mixed reviews

BC Liberal MLA laments report's rejection of SkyTrain extension, new bridges

J.D. Power ranks Vancouver International Airport No. 6 among large North American airports

Rank contrasts with top marks in a Skytrax survey earlier this year

B.C. municipal leaders to lobby for Greyhound replacement

Delegates vote to press federal, provincial authorities to offset loss of service

No new B.C. port workers’ deal on the near horizon

But employers remain cautiously optimistic after nine months of negotiations to replace landmark eight-year deal

Prince Rupert’s Ridley terminal for sale – again

Ottawa hopes to privatize north coast coal export terminal as economics improve

Top container carriers brace for troubling trade winds

Cargo numbers up at B.C. ports, but tariffs, global trade slowdown threaten to sink shipping optimism

Crude rail by train to increase 150% in Canada: analysts

Canadian crude by rail volumes are expected to continue breaking records all through next year as production exceeds pipeline export capacity. Trainloads of Canadian crude have reached new records...

Feds, province announce $3 billion in funding for Broadway subway, Surrey LRT

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Surrey today (September 4) to announce, along with Premier John Horgan, that the federal government and the province will fund the Vancouver Broadway subway...

Mid-year container volumes up at Port of Vancouver despite trade uncertainty

Cargo numbers in Canada continue steady climb in the face of rapidly changing market

U-bicycle to launch Metro Vancouver’s second bike-share program

Initial operations slated for Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Richmond