Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Transportation

Construction to start soon on new Pattullo Bridge

Construction to start soon on new Pattullo Bridge

Work on a $1.4-billion replacement for the aging Pattullo Bridge will get underway this year
Lyft leaving Burnaby out for now due to 'cost-prohibitive' local licence

Lyft leaving Burnaby out for now due to 'cost-prohibitive' local licence

Lyft is starting up operations in several new areas of Metro Vancouver – but not Burnaby
Bridge could replace Delta tunnel plan

Bridge could replace Delta tunnel plan

It's a bridge! It's a tunnel! It's super uncertain still!
Lyft expands operations into more Metro Vancouver cities

Lyft expands operations into more Metro Vancouver cities

Just two weeks after their launch in Vancouver
Surrey must stop ticketing Uber drivers, rules court

Surrey must stop ticketing Uber drivers, rules court

Injunction granted
Delta mayor shocked at B.C. transportation minister's thoughts on light rail for the region

Delta mayor shocked at B.C. transportation minister's thoughts on light rail for the region

"There will not be the need for a light rail system, or anything like that, for the foreseeable future."
Two more ride-hailing companies get green light to hit the road in B.C.

Two more ride-hailing companies get green light to hit the road in B.C.

Uber and Lyft may have a bit of first-mover advantage but they’ll soon be getting some local competition
Snowfall warnings issued for southern interior B.C. highways

Snowfall warnings issued for southern interior B.C. highways

Up to 30 cm expected on Coquihalla, Hwy 3
No injunction for B.C. taxi industry against Uber, Lyft pending judicial review

No injunction for B.C. taxi industry against Uber, Lyft pending judicial review

No dates are set for a judicial review, but a judge suggests a decision would not be positive for the taxi industry
Taxi companies ask B.C. court to stay Uber and Lyft approvals pending judicial review

Taxi companies ask B.C. court to stay Uber and Lyft approvals pending judicial review

A lawyer for the Vancouver Taxi Association wants the B.C. Supreme Court to stay approvals granted by the Passenger Transportation Board to Uber and Lyft to operate in Metro Vancouver