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Filld launches gas delivery service for personal vehicles in Vancouver

Customers use mobile app to book fill-ups for their cars

SkyTrain switch threatens to derail Surrey transit link

SBOT fears council’s light-rail reversal will mean long transit development delay

New Surrey mayor, city council unanimously cancel LRT plans

Immediately after being sworn in to their new positions November 5, new Surrey mayor Doug McCallum and the city’s new councilors voted unanimously to cancel the planned Surrey-Newton-Guildford light...

Majority of previous Greyhound routes to be covered by year end: B.C. government

Eighty three per cent of Greyhound routes that are set to disappear October 31 will be covered by other private operators by the end of the year, the provincial government announced October...

Nanaimo Port Authority CEO Ewan Moir leaves post after one year

Ewan Moir has left the Nanaimo Port Authority after one year as its president and chief executive. Ian Marr, the port’s senior vice-president, and Mike Davidson, vice-president of real estate, will...

Multimillion-dollar container terminal investments in B.C. buck global trend

$810 million in upgrades expanding Metro Vancouver’s cargo capacity despite growing transpacific trade war concerns

Personal autos’ days numbered: transportation experts

Lower-cost car sharing, ride-hailing proliferation reducing ownership attraction

B.C. in the driver’s seat when it comes to bad driving behaviour

In spite of the polite nature that is usually associated with anything Canadian, we seem to be losing patience with everyone when it comes to our country’s roads. In a recent Research Co. poll, half...

Discount airline WOW Air to launch Vancouver-Iceland flights

Icelandic ultra-low-cost carrier plans to operate non-stop flights between Reykjavik and Vancouver

BC Ferries to start accepting debit cards on some sailings

BC Ferries is accepting debit cards on its Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen vessels. The corporation has started a two-month test of debit cards, beginning with the Spirit of British Columbia on Wednesday...