Pacific Gateway

Information on British Columbia working with other governments, ports, airports, rail lines, commercial haulers and other public and private stakeholders to move goods and the economy.

What is B.C.’s Pacific Gateway and What Does it Mean to You?

Pacific Gateway Program

What’s the first thing that springs to your mind when you hear the phrase, “British Columbia is Canada’s pacific gateway“? Do you see British Columbia as a hub of transportation activity, with a network of boats, trains, planes and automobiles all working together seamlessly to transport people and goods across BC, Canada, and the US? We do. And since 2005 we’ve been working with other governments, ports, airports, rail lines, commercial haulers and other public and private stakeholders to...

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The Whistle Stops at the 41B Overpass

The Whistle Stops at the 41B Overpass

Do you hear that lonesome whistle blowing? If you live in the community of Delta, you might not, thanks to the opening of the 41B Street Overpass on the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor. Construction has recently finished on this project, the first of nine scheduled to be completed along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC) in the communities of Delta, Surrey, the Township of Langley and the City of Langley. Whistle cessation is only one of many benefits the...

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Get Ready for Rail Safety Week

Railway Signage

Look, Listen and Be Safe Everyday trains operate on 6,692 km of railway tracks across British Columbia. These trains are an important part of our transportation network, not only transporting people and goods, but moving necessary supplies to communities all over the province. In September, get on track for Rail Safety Week, from September 23rd to September 29th, 2019. As busy as the train networks are, tracks often seem deserted which is pretty deceiving. Don’t forget the dangers of...

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