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

Update: Vancouver port hit by work slowdowns as contract talks break off

Longshoremen begin slowing vehicle movements and refuelling as part of "limited" job action

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 hearings broach topics of fuel spills, other ecological impacts

The public environmental assessment hearings on the subject of Roberts Bank’s proposed Terminal 2 container port project continued this week, with debates so far mostly centred around local...

Canada anchors $15.7 billion coast guard renewal in B.C.

Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards will build up to 16 vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard, funded by the federal government

Vancouver-based mobile bike shop operator secures new funding

Velofix, a Vancouver-based mobile bike shop operator, announced this week that it secured an undisclosed amount of funding from MacKinnon, Bennett & Co. (MKB), an independent investment...

TransLink launches first of 50-plus digital commuter kiosks

What happened: TransLink is launching new devices to help commuters navigate transit system Why it matters: Regional transit authority is partnering with private firm to cover costs of kiosks in...

EVs selling at astonishing rate in BC

An estimated 1,300 EVs ordered in B.C. in just two weeks

Ministry, health authority working to optimize duplicated bus services

Multiple government-subsidized bus services operating in northern B.C.

Terminal 2 opponents want review panel to widen scope of project’s environmental assessment

Public hearings underway on multibillion-dollar Roberts Bank container cargo expansion proposal

Province of B.C. to study North Shore-Vancouver rapid transit line

Think of it. The North Shore to downtown in a matter of minutes. Express service. No traffic. The province is set to begin the first-ever study into the feasibility of a rapid transit line...