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Signpost Ahead: B.C. Highway Speed Limit and Safety Review

October 4, 2013
Signpost Ahead: B.C. Highway Speed Limit and Safety Review

We’ve been talking with you recently about how speed limits are set on B.C. highways. Sounds like some of you are in favour of an increase in limits, while others feel fine with the speed we are at. In order to get a really clear picture of the dashboard, we are stepping the discussion...

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Small Projects, Big Impacts: 44 Ways Communities Are Safer

September 16, 2013
Small Projects, Big Impacts: 44 Ways Communities Are Safer

Keeping BC highways safe for the travelling public is our top priority and one that keeps us pretty busy. But sometimes we are asked to help out with community safety enhancements -smaller projects that fall outside of our day to day work. These are special projects that we look forward to being a part...

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How to Know Before You Go in Metro Vancouver

August 14, 2013
How to Know Before You Go in Metro Vancouver

Hopefully you’ve found DriveBC  to be a pretty useful tool when planning your trips around British Columbia. Road trips, work trips, transporting goods trips, camping trips, emergency trips…there’s a lot of different reasons we hit the road and we want to make sure you’re as informed as possible before you leave home or head home. We’ve...

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UPDATE: When to Expect Delays on the Malahat

July 12, 2013
malahat Delays

If you’ve driven between Victoria and Duncan lately, you may have experienced delays along the Malahat. We apologize for any inconvenience. The congestion is caused by increased summer traffic volumes and the remaining safety improvement work soon to be completed. To help you plan your trip, please review the following work schedule for multiple...

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New Webcam for Lougheed Highway

July 5, 2013
New Webcam for Lougheed Highway

FYI, if you’re travelling Highway #7 between Chilliwack and Agassiz , you’ve got a new way to get a sneak peak at weather conditions or traffic concerns. We’ve added a new Lougheed Highway webcam  at Highlands Boulevard, about three kilometres east of Harrison Mills. At an elevation of 70 metres, this cam will give...

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UPDATE: Malahat Safety Improvements Nearly Complete

June 19, 2013
UPDATE: Malahat Safety Improvements Nearly Complete

As you may have already heard (or noticed firsthand while travelling) the anticipated completion date for the Malahat safety improvements has been pushed from June 30 to the start of August. So, what’s left to do? Crews are now putting the finishing touches on widening. If the weather cooperates, widening will be completed by...

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Welcome Back, to TranBC

June 10, 2013
Welcome Back, to TranBC

Welcome Back! We missed you. It’s true. We missed talking with you on topics beyond just timely travel info. We missed sharing stories about who we are and what we do. Even though communication was limited over the last month or so due to the election period, you can be sure that we have...

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The 2013 BC Election Period: TranBC & How We Communicate

April 12, 2013
The 2013 BC Election Period: TranBC & How We Communicate

It’s coming up to election time, and that means you’ll be seeing a big change here at TranBC. As of April 14, we’ll be going dark. Ok, not totally dark, but we will be dimming the lights a bit. Why? Well, we’re a non-partisan government organization. That means during the election, we can’t say or...

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BC Services Card: Out with the Old and in with the New

February 18, 2013
BC Services Card: Out with the Old and in with the New

If you haven’t heard, the old Care Card and Driver’s Licenses are things of the past. As of last Friday (Feb 15th), they are joining forces to be the brand, spanking new BC Services Card. Why the change? Well the cards haven’t been significantly updated in about 20 years and, over that time, technology...

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Bridging the Week: BC Highway 1 and Beyond

February 16, 2013
Bridging the Week: BC Highway 1 and Beyond

What’s new in B.C. transportation news? Quite a bit, actually! Even though it’s still winter across most of the province, we are busy getting ready for spring: consulting, planning and working on some pretty exciting new projects. We are moving ahead with plans to widen the Trans-Canada Highway between Kamloops and the Alberta border....

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