See and Be Seen: How to Avoid Wildlife on Your Motorcycle

May 16, 2018

You probably know that May is Motorcycle Awareness Month – the time of year when we remind drivers to watch for motorcyclists who are back out on the road now that the better weather has returned. But did you know better weather increases another kind of risk for motorcyclists? It’s the risk of an unexpected encounter with roadside wildlife. There are many species of wildlife (big and small) in BC that are a real hazard for motorcyclists and, in...

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What Does Mother’s Day Look Like in a BC Wildlife Underpass?

May 9, 2018

Motherhood. The term conjures up images of sleepless nights, toddler tantrums, unexpected precious moments and overwhelming feelings of absolute frustration mixed with love – often at the same time. On Mother’s Day (and all the other days) being a...

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What Happens After a Washout Hits a Highway

May 1, 2018
What Happens After a Washout Hits a Highway

Everybody loves spring. I mean, what’s not to like about balmy afternoons and BC in bloom? But as wonderful as spring can be, it also has a wild side (called freshet), as rapidly melting snowpack can oversaturate the ground...

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Current Emergency Highway Advisories and Resources Page

May 1, 2018

REDIRECTING … We are forwarding you to the Current Emergency Highway Advisories Site. If you do not get forwarded automatically, click here.

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Unpacking a Big Bundle of Highway 16 Improvements in PG 

April 26, 2018

  A big bundle of highway improvements have been underway in Prince George to keep commuters, commercial vehicles and local traffic safely on the move. Here are some highlights of our package of PG projects. The Biggie – Highway...

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Reflect on Safety to Honour Lost Workers on Day of Mourning

April 24, 2018

April 28 represents the annual Day of Mourning, which honours those who have lost their lives on the job as a result of work-related accidents or occupational diseases. In 2017, in British Columbia, 158 workers lost their lives to...

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Behind the Scenes on Upcoming Stickle Road Improvements

April 18, 2018

It’s a fact. BC is a heck of a popular place and our highways and byways are getting busier and busier. What should be a simple left turn can sometimes take a long, long time to make (not to...

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