Successful Ways to Winterize your Trucking Safety Plan

September 20, 2018
commercial vehicles trucking shift into winter

As winter weather begins to make its way across BC, impacting our driving conditions with snow, ice, rain, fog, etc., it’s always best to be prepared with a safety plan. And those plans are ready for winter. The Shift into Winter resource website (for all your “ready for winter driving” needs) has released a new document called, Winterizing Your Safety Plan: Information for Commercial Carriers. This is great information to know and follow up on because, as an employer...

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These Photos Will Make You Want to Travel BC

September 14, 2018
These Photos Will Make You Want to Travel BC

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” – Jack Kerouac, On the Road Whenever summer hits, and we here at TranBC are tethered to our office computers, we find it uplifting to...

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Filming and Special Events: A “How-To” for BC Highways

September 7, 2018
Filming and Special Events: A “How-To” for BC Highways

We’re not the only ones who know British Columbia is a scenic place to work and play. Every year, filmmakers, actors and athletes from around the world use provincial roads and highways as backdrops for the big screen and...

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What You Need to Know About Travelling During BC Wildfires

August 21, 2018
bc wildfire, wildfire, peachland, highway 97

BC wildfires are burning on a massive scale this summer, as a gloomy cloak of smoke is draped across the landscape from inland to coast. The sun has taken on a blood-orange tinge; the air is pungent and thick...

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14 Reasons to Make DriveBC Your First Vacation Destination

August 15, 2018

Summer travellers, who first visit the DriveBC website before they head out, find valuable information including routes, weather, border crossings and interesting stops. Check these features and links on DriveBC, to prepare your launch to a great holiday having fun with...

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How Our BC Highways Radio Service Has You Covered

August 9, 2018
BC transportation emergency communications

When spills, collisions, construction and nasty weather happen on BC highways, we need to tell you and others about them! But how can we do that when we’re out in the boonies somewhere on 46,000 kilometres of provincial highway,...

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See the Construction of the Fraser Canyon Highway in Historical Photos

August 2, 2018

History and infrastructure nerds rejoice! We’ve collected a stunning group of photographs documenting the construction of the Fraser Canyon Highway beginning in the 1920s, and moving into the 30s, 40s and 50s. We’re excited to share them with you...

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