Posts Tagged ‘ Lower Mainland Traffic Flow ’

How the Lions Gate Bridge Counterflow Works

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 more than 40 cameras on the bridge and surrounding roads and manages the lane control operations, all from the Transportation Management Centre of British Columbia (TMCBC). Two crew members are also stationed at either side of the bridge between 6 am and 10 pm,...

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Helpful Safety Advice for Sailing with Inland Ferries

You may have crossed Upper Arrow Lake on our newest ferry, the M.V. Columbia, or witnessed river power at work on the Lytton Reaction Ferry, all the while marvelling at the beauty of BC’s waterways and natural surrounds… But have you ever thought about what you would do if one of our river and lake-crossing inland ferries had problems during the trip? If you haven’t, relax – we have you covered. Our vessels transporting passengers on our 14 inland...

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Learn How Now: The Metro Vancouver Traffic Map on DriveBC

Do you travel in the Metro Vancouver area? If so, there’s a great new DriveBC feature you need to know about called the Metro Vancouver Traffic Flow map. You’ll find it by clicking on the picture of the map on the DriveBC homepage, or by clicking the Map View tab near the top of the screen, and then clicking the last option in the map legend that appears on the right-hand side of the screen. You’ll see a colour-coded...

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