Posts Tagged ‘ Port of Prince Rupert ’

Highway and Track Separation a Beautiful Way to Boost Safety

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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What is B.C.’s Pacific Gateway and What Does it Mean to You?

Pacific Gateway Program

What’s the first thing that springs to your mind when you hear the phrase, “British Columbia is Canada’s pacific gateway“? Do you see British Columbia as a hub of transportation activity, with a network of boats, trains, planes and automobiles all working together seamlessly to transport people and goods across B.C., Canada, and the U.S.? We do. And since 2005 we’ve been working with other governments, ports, airports, rail lines, commercial haulers and other public and private stakeholders to...

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