We talk a lot about the importance of roadside worker safety as part of the Cone Zone campaign, but what about roadside volunteer safety? Volunteer firefighters, for example, are first responders to highway incidents.
People are more excited than ever about active transportation. And for good reason; it’s an efficient, affordable, safe, climate-friendly way to get around. It’s pretty good for you, too! Active transportation refers to various modes
TMC agents work 24/7 to share current highway information with BC motorists via DriveBC and DriveBC’s nine Twitter accounts, and on message signs across BC. They’re also a lifeline to avalanche control colleagues working in remote locations.
Welcome to the work of our operations managers… It takes a cool head in emergencies, problem-solving and planning skills, an ability to communicate with a vast variety of people – and in one case – an eight-hour drive to the job.
What is the Transportation Management Centre of BC (TMCBC)? Well, for starters, think of it as the nerve centre for road/weather conditions and traffic information across BC. Based in Coquitlam, the TMCBC is the