It was an event unlike anything we’ve ever experienced here in the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. When an atmospheric river brought an unprecedented amount of rain to the province in November 2021 – BC
Scalers work above roadways to help keep motorists safe from falling rock or encountering a surprise boulder (or three). Their work as rock removal specialists also enables workers and equipment to safely perform construction below.
Reactions to the orange bridge paint now covering parts of the Riverbend Bridge in Port Alberni prove that an infrastructure improvement doesn’t have to be physically large in scale to have major positive impacts on
Do you know what this yellow sign means? Many people who see these signs on Vancouver Island and in the Lower Mainland think they indicate public evacuation routes during an emergency situation, but this is
Transporting items by attaching them to the roof of your passenger vehicle requires planning and attention to ensure you safely secure the load, and don’t cause a hazard to others, or yourself, on your route.
It’s safe to say: Automated Flagger Assistance Devices (AFAD) are only going to become more common on BC roadways. Not only do they provide effective traffic management, they also keep traffic controllers out of harms