Now the construction begins!
Bus routes also stop near several major ceremony locations around town
Southern coastal BC is under a wind advisory this morning
The first round of closures starts on Monday
But construction will continue during the evenings
With a one drink per customer limit
To undergo a mid-life upgrade
Make sure you check this before going downtown 👀
The most popular travel day will be Thanksgiving Monday
Starting 8 p.m. tonight
“People want to use it”
The transit advisory will end at 9:59 p.m. tonight
Here's everything you need to know
These youth passes are still on track to be offered no later than November 30th
Starting April 1st, 2020
From 50 km/h down to 30 km/h
There were over 100 service disruptions in Victoria over the past week
The overpass will connect directly to the Galloping Goose Trail
Including a new coffee shop in the departure area!
They must chain their tires or face an ice-cold fine this winter.
Prompted by a collision in a high pedestrian traffic area this morning
Introducing "The Breakwater District at Ogden Point"
Expected to last about 6 years longer than traditional road markers
The Ministry of Transportation responded by advising drivers to slow down
After several assaults on bus drivers in recent years
But only one drink per customer allowed 🍻
Stayin' out late tonight! 🙌
Including a concrete meridian barrier
Funded jointly by the federal government and the District of Central Saanich
They've also added 8 new buses to the fleet
Are you looking to make some extra cash? 🙋
For example, ride-share drivers must have the same minimum rate as taxis.
The cyclist collided with a tow truck that was towing another vehicle.
It's not Uber, but it's close!
Avoid the intersection of Blanshard and Fisgard Streets.
Starting today until November 5th, 2019 🚴
Both drivers told police they had the green light.
“I personally love the ‘messiness’ of all those pedestrians and bikes.”
A cooler of opened beers was found in his front seat.
Better Wi-fi and expanded pet areas were two of them 🐶📶
In March, a 737 crash in Ethiopia claimed the lives of 157 people, including one Vancouver Island man
Oh, and another new bike lane 🚴
The suspension is a whopping 4 months long.
Emergency crews are currently on site.
Both crew members fell into the ocean from about 36 feet.
Including one on Vancouver Island.
The car was travelling over 100 km/h
Plus several other new transit upgrades 🚌