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.
Metro Vancouver drivers are better able to pick the best route for their commute now that the Fraser River Advanced Traveller Information System (Or, FR-ATIS, for short) is operational. FR-ATIS uses digital message signs
We’re giving Fraser Valley drivers a helpful heads up to avoid collisions with BC’s first congestion-based Variable Speed Limit System (VSLS) on Highway 1 between Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The system lowers the speed limit to
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
BC HighwayCams, dynamic message signs, weather stations, reversible lane control… Any idea what these things have in common? If you guessed they’re all Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), you’d be right! With the advancement in technologies,
Summer travellers, who first visit the DriveBC website before they head out, find valuable information including routes, weather, border crossings and interesting stops. Check these features and links on DriveBC, to prepare your launch to a great