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

B.C.’s red-light cameras now recording 24 hours a day

Red-light cameras are now operating around the clock at 140 intersections in B.C. The cameras, which snap pictures of cars running red lights, previously operated for just six hours a day. They have...

WestJet launches new B.C. non-stop route as dispatchers seek to unionize

WestJet plans to fly twice weekly between Calgary and Terrace

Ride-hailing report: B.C. taxi sector grapples with spectre of ride hailing

Uber factor set to seriously erode value of taxi licences in the province

Updated: Asian port group to take major stake in B.C. inland terminal

Singapore-based PSA International in deal to acquire 60% of Ashcroft Terminal's business in Western Canada

Global shipping conglomerate brings its HQ to Vancouver

Swire’s China Navigation Co. head office adds to port’s global maritime industry hub credentials

Transportation minister showcases BC Bus North service

B.C. Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claire Trevena was in Prince George July 25 to showcase the BC Bus North service, launched last month to fill the gap Greyhound left behind when it...

Ride-hailing report: B.C. doesn’t have to reinvent the wheel for Uber

Being late to the ride-hailing party could allow B.C. to avoid mistakes made elsewhere

Updated: Port of Vancouver hits record container volume

Export and import traffic up year-to-date at Canada's largest port

Canada Jetlines readies for takeoff with new CEO, Airbus deal

B.C..-based ultra-low-cost carrier has lost first-mover advantage as Swoop and Flair Airlines are already in the skies

UPDATED: B.C. offers 500 more taxis; ride-hailing waits until fall 2019

The B.C government says it’s working to get 500 more taxis added to the roads throughout the province, a key recommendation from a long-awaited report on the taxi industry. When ride-hailing...