Mountains are one of British Columbia’s most defining features, but those majestic snow-capped peaks can create some pretty hazardous driving conditions on our mountain passes during avalanche season, which typically runs from November to April.
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
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
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.
Ever heard the old adage: “April Showers bring May flowers”? Well, depending on where you live in BC, spring showers don’t just bring flowers, they can also bring freshet (rapid snowpack melt and overwhelmed stream