Posts Tagged ‘ Road Safety ’

Keeping Your Safety in Mind on Highway 5A

Travellers of Highway 5A might be interested to learn that the corridor will be getting a bit of a facelift this summer after a recent announcement that approximately 23 kilometres of the highway, between Nicola Lake and Stump Lake Ranch will be resurfaced. New delineators will also be added to this stretch of highway to improve visibility. Other safety improvements coming to Highway 5A include the installation of an additional LED curve warning sign, and a new roadside pullout...

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What You Need to Know About the CVSE-DeltaPD Road Check

What You Need to Know About the CVSE-DeltaPD Road Check

Do you drive commercial vehicles, or have you ever wondered what these folks do? Recently, our Commercial Vehicle Safety Enforcement inspectors teamed up again with Delta police to conduct a safety road check. Regional Manager Steven Haywood took some time out to talk about what they were doing and what they look for when they inspect a vehicle.  

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Luminaires Shine On in Wonowon

The small settlement of Wonowon, 85 kilometres north of Fort St. John, now has its own luminaires. Not to be confused with “luminaries” (famous, accomplished people) luminaires are light standards which rise up about nine metres, then arch over to illuminate the roadway below. They give additional light at certain intersections, or other spots where extra driver attention is needed, along B.C.’s provincial highways. The luminaires at Wonowon improve safety and visibility for students and teachers at the local...

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