The arrival of winter brings with it many things, from cooler temperatures to (gasp!) snow. Another sign of the arrival of Old Man Winter – travelling during winter often means travelling in the dark. Finding
Speed reading used to be a course that university students took, to help them plow through piles of textbooks. But the ministry does another kind of speed reading. Our speed reader boards are electronic signs
Times change and communities grow – and that means that traffic signals evolve too. This year, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is making a number of traffic signal safety improvements in many areas of
Some stretches of B.C.’s foggiest, rainiest, snowiest highways now have extra “glow,” due to the latest in pavement marking technology used by the ministry. Recently, a 5.3-kilometre stretch along Highway 16, 32 kilometres east of
The car is packed, and you’re on the highway heading to the States. But which crossing should you take? The Peace Arch and Pacific crossings are usually pretty busy, but what about Aldergrove or Sumas?
Highway 3 near Skagit Bluffs (which is about 40 km east of Hope) can be a challenging drive, especially in the eastbound direction where there are tight turns and steep embankments. The posted speed along