The average age of the fleet has dropped from 12 years to 9.8.
Through a 50/50 cost share agreement.
Starting Sept. 30, BC Ferries passengers will no longer be allowed to stay in their vehicles on the lower deck.
Their application is expected to take 3 months to process.
Due to Transport Canada rescinding the temporary flexibility introduced in the spring.
In an effort to create awareness about the new mandatory face covering policy.
Funded jointly by federal, provincial, and local governments.
The move will help public health officials contact trace in the event of a positive COVID-19 case aboard a flight.
Starting September 7.
Until the end of September.
$12.2 million net earnings in the same time period last year
Part of a $1 billion fund earmarked by the federal and provincial governments to support transit in the region
""There were too many accidents occurring on this stretch of road...," said Minister Claire Trevena.
They expect a busy weekend of travel ahead.
80 of these buses are expected to operate in Victoria by the end of the year
Reasonable offers will be considered!
Last month, the company announced an expansion of their summer schedule
This is the second expansion of their summer route schedule starting July
These measures also apply to limousine operators
That includes two projects in the Greater Victoria region
This preliminary work may lead to lane closures and minor delays through July and August
The route was paused in April at the height of the pandemic
120 more sailings per week than what's been available in the month of June, for major routes
They've announced 39 stops in Canada, five in the U.S. and one in Mexico
People will be asked to put them on in situations where physical distancing is not possible
Everyone over the age of two
Some of these routes were suspended due to COVID-19.
There is no timeline in place for when road tests will resume
This season, it was estimated that 300 cruise ships and 770,000 passengers would arrive in Victoria.
Ocean Boulevard was temporarily closed to vehicles as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
As part of a plan to roll out 70 new buses across B.C.
As part of plans to restore higher service levels across the fleet
And they have resumed flights to the US as of today,
Fare collection will resume on June 1
The Coho's ferry service also remains suspended at this time.
The passes will then be mailed to their home.
Authorities have been advising against non-essential travel this Victoria Day long weekend
The Clipper's ferry service also remains suspended at this time.
But insurance claims dropped by nearly 50 per cent with fewer drivers on the road between mid-March and May 2
The doors are already being installed on bus fleets in Victoria and Nanaimo
The risks of transmission remain high in B.C.
Prices spiked after the announcement to start increasing economic activity in B.C.
All sailings will maintain the 50 per cent passenger capacity reduction.
"I believe [the driver] knew full well what he was doing."
Keeping essential workers moving safely!
After two and a half months of free service
Starting May 7th and May 11th, respectively.
Transit users will not need to buy monthly passes or other fares for May
The company has been operating in B.C. since 2007