Highway and Track Separation a Beautiful Way to Boost Safety

October 26, 2016
Cosco Train

Question: What do you get when you cross a railway track with a highway? Answer: A place that requires extra motorist attention to avoid a deadly encounter; and in the case of Mile 28 on Highway 16, a stretch where drivers must slow from 100 km/h to 40 km/h to cross safely. But the scenario is poised to become a whole lot safer and smoother, at this last remaining spot on BC Highway 16 where traffic and trains meet....

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Shift Into Winter

October 18, 2016

Every October British Columbians Shift Into Winter, making sure to be equipped for winter weather and being prepared to obey Tire and Chains signs. You are being forwarded to the TranBC Shift Into Winter page. If you do not...

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We Heard You! Rest Area Improvements on the Way in BC

October 13, 2016
Combo Pic

Our 170 BC Rest Areas are the perfect spot to refresh and recharge before heading out on the highway, and they are about to get a whole lot better. Since the beginning of 2016, we’ve been working closely with...

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How To Tell BC’s Story with a Stop of Interest Sign

September 27, 2016
blog visual

We’re asking you to provide your suggestions for about 75 new Stop of Interest signs, sharing your local stories that mark a special place in BC’s history.

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Travel Back in Time to the Hope – Princeton Highway in 1966

September 22, 2016
Manning Park _1966_2

As many of you already know, we’ve been digitizing 16mm photolog footage from 1966 to give you our BC Road Trip Time Machine video series. We love this stuff and you do to. In fact, some of you have...

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Do You Have a Permit for That?

September 15, 2016

If you’re looking to use our highways beyond the regular to and from home or road trips, you may have to look at getting a permit. Do you want to film a movie on a BC highway? Do you...

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Why BC is On the Alert against Mussel Invaders

September 7, 2016
Protect your boat

BC is on guard against nasty invasive mussels that attach themselves to boats in freshwater. (Not to be confused with useful, attractive muscles attached to people.) Specifically it’s quagga and zebra mussels that we’re preventing from entering our province....

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