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. Ferries changing plans for electric ferries

Original plan was to electrify six existing Island-class ferries

YVR collects international customer-service award

Vancouver International Airport is one of 12 airports in North America to win the recognition from Airports Council International

Flights at YVR delayed by WestJet booking system outage

Passengers may want to check their flight status before heading to Vancouver International Airport

Broadway Subway’s revised service date disappears from project reports

Total project completion was last listed as being March 30, 2026

Amid forecast of financial uncertainty, B.C. Ferries seeks to buy four new electric vessels

It is forecasting financial uncertainty amid staffing shortages and rising costs

Labour Day weekend gives YVR a traffic bump

Vancouver International Airport saw 322,327 passengers on Friday through Monday

TFI International buys B.C.-based Vedder Transportation Group

Vedder generates more than $80M in annual revenue, according to TFI

Strike avoided on Victoria to Seattle ferry

Agreement struck in time for Labour Day long weekend

B.C. not ready for self-driving cars, study finds

UBC researchers have proposed a gradual introduction of self-driving vehicles on city streets

Is the Okanagan ripe for a commuter train?

With funding from federal, provincial and local governments, the Okanagan project could be running by 2030, says city councillor