This policy shift follows recent changes in October prohibiting lower deck passengers from remaining in their cars on closed vehicle decks.
Two windows were shot out.
Warning: Explicit language is used in the video
Nearly 2-million passengers passed through YYJ in 2017.
An estimated date of the V2V's return to service has not been announced yet.
The work is slated for completion by Summer 2018.
The company is currently in talks with service providers to determine the costs and timeline of the addition
'Tis the season to heavy traffic everywhere!
The bike lanes are expected to be completed by 2019
The bridge will be closed intermittently until Sunday, December 10th.
The vessel was originally intended to provide service between Vancouver to Victoria.
Passengers can look forward to cleaner air while traveling
The changes will primarily affect the communities of James Bay and the Tsawout First Nation
This explains why the terminal was always so busy over the summer
Victoria City Council is inviting the public to voice their opinions about the project on Monday, November 27th from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm.
This measure is the latest in a series of safety initiatives, including the installment of CCTV cameras, and an operator emergency notification protocol on buses.
6cm knife blades are in, sea salt, baby powder, and others are out.
Today has not been smooth sailing for everyone 😕
Expect delays and temporary closures this week.
Oak Bay's very first bike registry is here! 🚲
If you're looking to cruise back home in the new year, keep an eye out for this brand new fleet, ready for active duty! 🚐
Looks like we'll have to wait a little longer for Uber in B.C...
Victoria's new bike lanes might be coming in handy for more than just bikes.
The vessel was taken out of service in mid-August due to mechanical issues with one of the engines.
Drivers are reminded to signal as they enter and exit the roundabout.
The plans, initially announced in August, come into effect today.
As charming as they are, some of these vintage double-deckers are neither fuel efficient, nor good for the environment.
In addition to 90 extra sailings, B.C. Ferries has also introduced discounted prices to incentivize travel during off-peak periods!
He was also caught driving without a licence or insurance.
Make sure you have adequate gas and patience.
Remember what happened last winter?!
It's no highway to Vancouver, but we'll take what we can get.
A little to the left...
This stretch of roadway can also be used as a bypass in the event the Langford portion of Sooke Road is closed for an emergency.
Four of the people rescued had been in a sinking runabout boat, while the other two were kayakers who'd tried to help.
Featuring: two new routes, eight new buses, and a brand new exchange.
The real question is: how long until we can get some for those Friday evening Malahat drivers?
The $42.6 million contract is expected to be completed by summer 2019.
Better late than never...
Passengers are prohibited to smoke, and to stay in vehicles on closed decks.
Andrew Weaver: "If we wish to consider ourselves as innovators in the emerging 21st-century economy we must be willing to embrace the innovation that we create."
The completion of Victoria's long-awaited Johnson Street Bridge finally seems to be on the horizon (knock on wood).
Noticing more sailing waits and bigger lines for White Spot? It's not your imagination.
It'll take more than a few bike lanes to accommodate Victoria's cycling community this Sunday!
"Weekends in August are a very popular time to travel with BC Ferries."
Webcam shots show southbound traffic backed up to the Malahat Summit.
Alternative methods of transportation are being made for those who are pre-booked.
The project includes widening the road with new curb, gutter and sidewalks, and upgrading the stormwater drainage system.
Higher volumes on the Malahat are expected due to an influx of long weekend travellers and Sunfest Music Festival attendees.
The road will be closed between Burnside Road West and Highway 1.