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

Metro Vancouver SkyTrain expansion benefits rich more than poor, finds study

Rich households were found to benefit the most from Millennium Line and Canada Line SkyTrain extensions, so who should pay for them going forward?

B.C. tops Quebec and California as EV capital of North America

In B.C., the rate of electric vehicle sales once again leads all other Canadian provinces and all U.S. states, according to a new government report.

Record year for Vancouver port volumes, but North Shore commodities down

Climate change and war are whipsawing Canada's commodities

Charging network expansion easing EV road trips

Rapid growth of long-range charging networks reducing ‘range anxiety,’ says expert

Illegal ride-hailing easy to access in Richmond

Richmond News reporters test out illegal app-based transportation

Pulp mill operations threatened by railway strike

Paper Excellence worried about impact of railway strike on East Kootenay pulp mill

Seattle's Kenmore Air to resume seaplane flights to Victoria, Vancouver

Victoria flights to start April 1; Vancouver's in May

Looming CP Rail lockout puts Canada's fragile fertilizer supply chain under new pressure

A labour dispute between Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamster Canada Rail Conference – which may result in a labour stoppage starting this weekend – will be disastrous to the country’s already...

Soaring gas prices have Canadians streaming to Point Roberts

Special exemption means no negative COVID test is required to return home

Gas pains: Transportation companies struggle to keep up with skyrocketing fuel prices

With gasoline at over $2 a litre, transportation companies have been forced to make adjustments. B.C. Transit has noticed an increase in ridership