Posts Tagged ‘ Youtube ’

This is What You Liked Most in 2016

A disaster, time-machines, intrepid bridge workers, and a great Canadian invention. Yes, that sounds like the formula for a sci-fi action film. It also happens to be your top picks of tweets, photos, videos, and blogs that we shared with you in 2016. Here’s a rundown of the best of what made you ooooh, aaahhh, click, tap, and share this year:     One of your favourite ways of reaching out to us is on Facebook. We read all your...

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Your Favourite TranBC Content – Best of 2014

Most popular Facebook post of last year

As we wind down 2014 and start making plans for 2015 (including a few new year’s resolutions), it’s important to look back on the year that was. TranBC, the BC Transportation ministry online, continues to grow in reach, and in relationships, thanks to you. We hope you have found us useful as a public service engagement platform as we work to provide information you’re looking for and answering the questions you have, while keeping you up to date on...

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Technology: Improving Travel and Highway Safety

Technology: Improving Travel and Highway Safety DriveBC Mobile

Here at TranBC, we love technology, and we’re constantly looking for new ways to make things easier and safer for you to get around. This year saw a lot of interesting developments, and we’ve got a summary of some of the top tech tales of 2012 here for your reading pleasure. Going Mobile DriveBC went mobile in 2011, and it was really well received. So much so that we looked to offer more portable services in 2012. Enter CVSE...

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Happy Social Media Day! Where Do You Engage?

TranBC on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Flickr, Youtube, Foursquare

We are always looking for new ways to engage with you – listening to what matters most to you and discussing what we do as the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and how we do it. We have been branching out over the last year to try to connect with you in many new ways and what better way to showcase where the conversations are happening than on Social Media Day. (We didn’t make it up, it’s an...

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