Who Ya Gonna Call? Your BC Transportation FAQs

November 25, 2015

Planning parades, towing boats and RVs, licencing limos or developing rural subdivisions? We hear all kinds of questions about all kinds of topics… It’s natural that many of these questions come to our offices across the province, given we’re the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. We can give you a full answer to a lot of questions, but in some cases, we are not the organization responsible for the area you want to know about, or the...

Read more »

Out with the Old and In with the New: Curve Advisories on BC Highways

November 18, 2015
Ball bank indicator Cornell

It’s no secret that vehicle technology and roads have improved the level of comfort you feel while taking curves on highways, so we’ve updated our curve advisory signage to reflect that. What’s a curve advisory you ask? Good question....

Read more »

3 McKenzie Interchange Options: What Would You Pick?

November 16, 2015
3 Options McKenzie Interchange

Here they are: three concepts for the future McKenzie Interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway. We’ve determined that all three concepts are technically doable and meet the project goals of reducing congestion, improving safety and increasing reliability. What do you...

Read more »

How to Pack Your Vehicle Emergency Kit in 15 Seconds

November 12, 2015
Fifteen Seconds Emerg Kit

We all wish we had ultra-handy skills like MacGyver, right? Right. But let’s face it – we don’t. We cannot fashion a flashlight out of a pop bottle. Nor can we craft winter gloves out of the fluff between...

Read more »

How Cyclists Can Avoid Stanley Park Causeway Construction

November 5, 2015
Stanley Park Causeway Detours

Crews are busy turning Stanley Park Causeway into a safer, more enjoyable route for people to walk and bike. In the meantime, you have a couple options – to detour or not to detour? That is the question (for...

Read more »

What Does YOUR McKenzie Interchange Look Like?

October 29, 2015
McKenzie Traffic

The wait is over – idle no more. It’s time to get moving on the McKenzie Interchange Project. The planning stage starts with you, and a public consultation process focused on collecting your ideas for a new interchange that...

Read more »

Why Pedestrians and Drivers Need to be Aware NOW More than Ever

October 23, 2015
Pedestrian Safety

It’s fall, which means darker days and colder, wetter weather. It’s no surprise, then, that nearly double the pedestrians are injured by vehicles from November to January than from June to August. Mother Nature is not the only one...

Read more »