Two new container port programs test trucking efficiency

Appointment changes at GCT Canada’s Delta and Vancouver container ports start this month

Gas price hikes drive interest in electric, LNG vehicle options

Consumers, businesses eye vehicle alternatives as gasoline, diesel costs skyrocket

CP reaches tentative deal with striking workers

Some 3,000 conductors and locomotive engineers will resume work Thursday morning

Richmond’s Corvus Energy to help build Norwegian electric ferries

A Richmond-based energy company is helping to create two all-electric ferries, but the catch is, they aren’t for B.C. Instead, Corvus Energy has struck a partnership with Norwegian Electric System...

CP Rail served with strike notice

Two unions negotiating with CP have voted to reject company’s offer

Recommended Metro Vancouver mobility pricing models could cost families up to $2,700 per year

The Mobility Pricing Commission, which has been studying ways to reduce congestion across Metro Vancouver, released a report May 24 that included recommendations for how to make traffic more...

CN ratifies new contract with engineers

The new collective agreement is announced as the union votes on a deal with CP

Inside the ‘plumbing of a payment system’ as TransLink’s credit card tap service launches

Transit authority now allows riders to tap credit cards to pay fares by tapping

Air Canada sparks anger among Taiwanese-Canadians

Business community embraces Taipei route but is upset by airline's decision to designate city as part of China on carrier's website

Transport minister announces $9.2 million investment in B.C.’s Ashcroft Terminal

Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced May 16 a $9.2 million investment in a project at B.C.'s Ashcroft Terminal, a 320-acre privately owned inland transload and storage terminal with 350...