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

BC Ferries to require travellers to have a mask with them

Starting Monday, June 15, BC Ferries passengers will have to be “in possession of a face covering that covers their mouth and nose” on any sailing of more than 30 minutes. BC Ferries said in a June...

Uber now fully licensed in Surrey after $65,000 legal battle vexes councillors

City of Surrey paid $65,130 for a legal battle against Uber, which did not send city hall its legal bill following a successful injunction against ticketing of its drivers

Separated bike lane coming to Stanley Park as cars set to return

Park board passes a motion to have staff explore long-term feasibility of reducing vehicle traffic in park

Trade through B.C. port weathers pandemic storm

Airports, airlines hit hard, but other links in the supply chain network are holding up

WestJet reverses ticket refund policy for cancelled U.S., U.K. flights

WestJet has reversed course on its stance on refunding tickets of cancelled flights for some passengers, as the Calgary-based airline is now allowing passengers on certain international routes...

B.C. travellers air airborne again – with precautions

Passengers can expect masks, gloves, sanitizer, terminal restrictions

Helijet to add more flights next week

Helijet is getting ready to add more flights between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. Starting Monday, June 8, the Richmond-based company will be increasing the number of scheduled flights...

Seaspan adapts to shipbuilding in COVID-19 era

Physical distancing is a tough enough logistical puzzle inside retail stores and on restaurant patios. But try making those same calculations work in the tight confines inside a ship. Those are some...

Fraser Surrey dock crane use modified after crane being struck

Irregular light mast positioning contributed to the incident

Surrey taxpayers foot $39m bill for cancelled LRT line; SkyTrain extension questioned

With little in the tank, Surrey will need to find $9.3 million cash