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

Vancouver International Airport notches all-time high for passengers and cargo

More than 25.9 million passengers and 338,000 tonnes of cargo passed through the airport in 2018

Influential Women In Business: Kaity Arsoniadis-Stein

Maritime Centre chief urges Vancouver to pursue lucrative service versatility in the shipping sector

China Airlines’ pilots strike affects Vancouver flights

Taiwan-based airline has cancelled at least 79 flights, including two to Vancouver and two out of Vancouver

B.C. ponies up another $300k for Cascadia high-speed corridor study

Ultra-high-speed corridor could potentially link B.C., Oregon and Washington state

Canada Jetlines drops Abbotsford, plans to fly out of Vancouver International Airport

Airline had intended to fly out of the lower-cost Abbotsford International Airport

Federal watchdog pushes B.C. to 're-think' ride-hailing, taxis

Competition Bureau says government must 'level the playing field'

Vancouver council votes to support extending Millennium Line to UBC

Vote follows unanimous support last week from the mayors’ council to accept a report that recommends proceeding on the project

Abbotsford airport expansion attracts ultra-low-cost carriers

$5-millon terminal upgrade doubles number of seats past security to 600

Infographic: The world's busiest ports

Most trade around the world is done by maritime shipping. Here are the top 20 busiest ports in the world. Canada does not make the list. Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist