Hello. My name is British Columbia Smart Infrastructure Monitoring System. My developers call me BC SIMS. My job is to constantly monitor seismic activity across Canada (as well as Washington, Oregon and Alaska) and report
Bridges. Tunnels. Overpasses. Many of us count on them daily to cross over (and under) rivers and other tricky spots without even really thinking about the details that go into designing and maintaining these structures.
“Engineering” is a single word for many different forms of knowledge. “Transportation engineering” narrows it down a bit, but specializations branch out further still. There are approximately 210 staff members in our Engineering Services Branch,
Ever wonder how we manage the Lions Gate Bridge lane control system? Let us explain. Watch our animated explainer video on YouTube: WHO IS INVOLVED? Miller Capilano Highway Services, our local maintenance contractor, monitors
A rare, but celebrated, highway sign is popping up around highways in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. The “FENDER BENDER” sign, originally introduced on Highway 91’s Alex Fraser Bridge in 2016, is being installed
British Columbia is booming and, as our population grows, and communities build and expand, the relationship between our highways and adjacent land use changes. Our Development Services team guides road network development through rural subdivision