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BC Ferries eligible for joint provincial-federal Safe Restart transit funding

BC Ferries eligible for joint provincial-federal Safe Restart transit funding

The financially struggling BC Ferries will be eligible to receive funding through the joint federal and provincial Safe Restart Agreement.
SeaBus back to 15-minute daytime sailings

SeaBus back to 15-minute daytime sailings

The SeaBus is inching back towards pre-pandemic service levels.
Expo Line SkyTrain service was disrupted due to medical emergency (UPDATED)

Expo Line SkyTrain service was disrupted due to medical emergency (UPDATED)

SkyTrain service was disrupted for a few hours Tuesday morning in downtown Vancouver
Province cancels resident priority for BC Ferries

Province cancels resident priority for BC Ferries

The newly-revised order removes the requirement to give priority access for passengers sailing to their primary residence.
E-bike rebates increasing in B.C. to encourage eco-friendly active transit

E-bike rebates increasing in B.C. to encourage eco-friendly active transit

"We look forward to seeing more people using e-bikes for getting around.”
B.C. government raises 'dooring' fine to improve cyclists' safety

B.C. government raises 'dooring' fine to improve cyclists' safety

The new fine is four times higher than the current dooring fine, which is among the lowest in Canada
Free trackless tram or trolley proposed for Richmond's Steveston

Free trackless tram or trolley proposed for Richmond's Steveston

The people mover could be a potential draw for tourists
Here's how getting around New Westminster could change under new city plan

Here's how getting around New Westminster could change under new city plan

After two years of work, New West's downtown transportation plan is nearing the finish line
BC Ferries adds 300 more sailings, loosens restrictions

BC Ferries adds 300 more sailings, loosens restrictions

BC Ferries is loosening some restrictions and increasing capacity as summer travel within the province grows.
Lyft expands ride-hailing services throughout Metro Vancouver

Lyft expands ride-hailing services throughout Metro Vancouver

When Lyft initially entered the B.C. market, it originally only operated in what it described as a “core area.”