Don't miss your chance to gobble up these savings!
Great news for those travelling up and down the island!
The $10 million project was first announced in January
Victoria's application was chosen over four other applicants
All three drivers were transported to hospital for injuries.
Parents/guardians are being advised to make alternate arrangements
Police have blocked the lanes in which the accident took place
Watch out for this little blue speed demon!
And more than 2 million vehicles in North America overall 😬
Prepare to shell out more cash when you travel...
The goal is to reduce rear-end collisions
ATTN: everyone that has a Toyota Prius or know someone who does
Police have determined that the BC Transit bus driver was not at fault.
Four trips were cancelled this morning 😣
"...ever wonder why they have to shut down the Malahat so often?"
The company is trying to reverse its first quarterly loss in 13 years
Passengers may need to alter their travel plans
Several new routes and expansions later...
Traffic signal work is expected to run from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
That's 5,000 more crossings than the same time last year 🚴♂️
30 bikes will be part of the city's network
It's part of the province's priority bus lane project
The last sailing of the season will be on October 15th
Four vehicles were involved in the collision
Two of the cameras are in the Greater Victoria area
Over 45,000 British Columbians took the test in less than three weeks
25 U-bicycles will be donated this summer
Both occupants of the vehicle were transported to hospital with minor injuries
Greyhound announced it will cancel service in Western Canada this October
The first vessels aren't expected to be delivered until 2020
Plan to take the Bay Street bridge instead
Traffic is being detoured in both directions on Davis Road
You all know stop signs mean stop, right?
The closures will take place from 9 p.m. through 5 a.m., and will last for about two weeks
For now, the province is focusing on increasing the number of taxis on the streets
There was a total of 350,000 crashes in 2017—46,000 on Vancouver Island
It was caused by a Honda driver who suffered a "medical event"
The bus can travel at least 250 kilometres on a single charge 🚌
The route takes around 11 hours to complete.
Paving will take place from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., Sunday through Friday evenings.
Decreasing ridership was one of the primary factors behind the decision.
The goal was to make the road safer for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians alike
Paving work is scheduled to take place from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Another powerful example for advocates of lane dividers along the full length of the Malahat.
Looks like something out of a movie 😳
Young drivers will be designated as Green Members, who can join Modo under a Principal Member's account.
The poll also says the majority of Canadians think separated bike lanes are a good thing.
How's this for a change in perspective?
Have you seen this battery-operated BC Transit mobile yet?
One in five daily trips are made via active transportation like biking or walking.