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

WestJet pilots deal grants 24% pay raise over four years

The deal marks a new standard for labour negotiations in Canadian aviation, says expert

B.C. shipyards interested in $2.5B in funding to construct small coast guard vessels

Point Hope Maritime specializes in ship repair and maintenance, but it said Thursday it plans to 'explore this opportunity in more detail'

Air Canada briefly grounds flights due to computer system problem

Spokesman says the temporary order was precautionary, and that the system is returning to normal

Expect significant SkyTrain delays this summer due to repair work

They're upgrading two Expo Line track switches that were first installed over 30 years ago

Northern, central B.C. airports getting upgrades

The provincial government announced almost $20M in funding for 29 air facilities, including nine in north-central B.C.

B.C. port expansion threatens endangered killer whales, claims court challenge

Controversial port expansion at Roberts Bank faces judicial review after environmental groups claim it will jeopardize endangered killer whale population

The Uber of private planes is getting off the ground in B.C.

The platform boasts flights on more than 40 aircrafts connected to 300 B.C. airports

Ottawa announces new trusted-traveller program to speed up airport lines

Some travellers will be able to keep their belts and shoes on while passing through security lines at Canadian airports

B.C. company denies misleading First Nation about rail terminal expansion plans

Claim filed last month alleges facility operated by Ashcroft Terminal Ltd. has been developed without proper consultation