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: Some relief from global supply chain congestion on the horizon

Transpacific transit times are improving, but cargo movement inefficiencies, disruptions, port shutdowns, Russian invasion continue to stall goods movement recovery

Lyft, Vancouver’s Spare Labs partner as transit agencies contend with pandemic service gaps

Transit agencies will be able to deploy Lyft vehicles using made-in-B.C. tech

‘Cookie-cutter approach’ a no-go as B.C. grapples with transportation challenges ahead

Experts at GVBOT forum urge more collaboration solving transpo woes

Electric vehicle shortage as gas prices drive B.C. demand

British Columbians are willing to fight each other, wait in line or buy out of province in order to get their hands on an electric vehicle.

COVID-19 adds ‘extra conundrum’ to transit needs

TransLink prioritizing service levels, bus rapid transit routes and bike lanes

Overwork, low pay reasons for YVR screening staff shortage

Arriving more than three hours at the airport is recommended for international travellers

Debate over soaring gas prices continues as stations post prices of $2.22 a litre

Gas prices are going up across the country, but are highest in B.C., where they hit $2.219 a litre in parts of Greater Victoria and Metro Vancouver on Monday

BC Ferries fuel surcharge going up June 1 due to record gas prices

The dollar amount of the increase will vary depending on the route and the fare chosen

ICBC won't bill injured cyclists or pedestrians for damage done to vehicles in crashes

ICBC says it will no longer be sending bills to most cyclists and pedestrians if they are struck by a driver and the vehicle is left with damages