Look, listen and be safe… Everyday, trains operate on 6,692 kilometres of railway tracks across British Columbia. These trains are an important part of our transportation network, not only transporting people and goods, but moving
You might have noticed some new signs that have gone up roadside around the province. The signs feature pictures of workers and their families and tell drivers, “slow down, my daddy [or mommy] works here”.
We partnered with Delta police and other agencies to conduct a safety blitz. The event, lasting from April 19 to April 21, focused on making sure commercial trucks are maintained and operated safely. As part
B.C.’s mountains offer spectacular scenery, but they can also make building and maintaining our roads a lot more challenging. One of the reasons for this is rock fall. Rock fall occurs naturally and has
Water is a road’s worst enemy and crack sealing is our first defence against pavement deterioration. Each year we perform approximately 2 million lineal metres of crack sealing, enough to fill a crack between Vancouver,