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.
Engine brakes, also known as “Jake Brakes,” are an important piece of safety equipment for commercial vehicle operators. Trouble is, they can cause an irritating pulsating noise when combined with modified engine exhausts. In fact,
Mountains and snow are two of BC’s most defining features – especially in our Rocky Mountain District. But those features can also pose problems when trying to keep BC highways passable and safe. We make
Before new services and attractions (i.e. the Malahat SkyWalk) are established on highways in BC, it’s essential we consider any potential impacts to traveller safety and make appropriate adjustments. First, what are considered services and
If you’ve driven in British Columbia, chances are pretty good you’ve been on the Trans-Canada Highway. It’s the primary east-west connection through our beautiful province, our main gateway to the rest of Canada, and a
The Trans-Canada Highway is the primary route connecting BC to the rest of Canada and it’s getting several improvements over the coming years, as a part of our Kamloops-Alberta Four-Laning Program. Much of what makes