Transportation

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

UBC engineers steer road-building breakthrough

B.C. university’s new pavement product set to revolutionize road construction

B.C. urges residents not to leave Canada, and to self-isolate on return if they do

Government recognizes that cross-border travel is not its jurisdiction so its recommendations are voluntary

Canadian airports could see credit ratings tested if COVID-19 outbreak worsens: DBRS Morningstar

Morningstar does not currently expect negative rating action on Canadian airports

Terminal 2 federal review panel decision delayed

Recommendations could be in environment minister’s hands by early April

Granville Bridge engineering project a phased-in affair

Elevator to Granville Island could be added in the final phase

Cathay Pacific to stop basing cabin crew in Vancouver; close to 150 jobs at stake

Airline is expected to use Hong Kong-based staff on non-stop flights to Vancouver

Sixth ride-hailing company gets green light for B.C. roads

What happened: Provincial regulator approves one more ride-hailing services, while denying five others Why it matters: Coastal Rides is set to offer services on the Sunshine Coast One more B.C....

Vancouver Fraser Port cargoes decline 2% in 2019

Terminals moved record 3.4 million containers, cruise passengers up 20%

COVID-19 outbreak disruptions push global shipping traffic into precipitous fall

Analysts are warning Canadian ports - especially Metro Vancouver and Prince Rupert, with their exposure to the Asian market - that global container traffic may take a precipitous dip this year due to...