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B.C. funds studies aimed at net-zero airports, sustainable fuel options

B.C. funds studies aimed at net-zero airports, sustainable fuel options

RICHMOND, B.C. — A new study will collect carbon emissions data from British Columbia's regional airports with the goal of getting all airports in the province to net-zero by 2030.
B.C. to add 500 public electric vehicle charging stations to fill gaps in network

B.C. to add 500 public electric vehicle charging stations to fill gaps in network

VANCOUVER — Drivers of electric vehicles in British Columbia can expect another 500 public charging stations to come online, adding to more than 5,000 available across the province.
TransLink ‘aware’ of inaccuracies on next-bus digital signs

TransLink ‘aware’ of inaccuracies on next-bus digital signs

Why doesn't arriving 'now' always mean 'now'? The current technology is in the testing phase, the transit authority says.
B.C. Ferries paying full cost of engine fixes for three ships

B.C. Ferries paying full cost of engine fixes for three ships

Three vessels are being refitted with variable-speed motors after problems were discovered with their rotors.
Feds announce air accessibility summit to confront 'unacceptable' barriers

Feds announce air accessibility summit to confront 'unacceptable' barriers

OTTAWA — The federal government says it will host a summit on air accessibility in May amid what it calls "completely unacceptable" barriers to Canadians living with disabilities.
Tunnel upgrade project just adds to Massey motorists’ woes

Tunnel upgrade project just adds to Massey motorists’ woes

Delta South MLA Ian Paton said the bollards, or posts, keep motorists from changing lanes.
YVR food workers threaten to strike over living wages

YVR food workers threaten to strike over living wages

Airport food service disruptions could happen during spring break and Easter weekend travel rush.
Shrinking airfield: Canada's airline market consolidates, raising risk of fares hikes

Shrinking airfield: Canada's airline market consolidates, raising risk of fares hikes

MONTREAL — After entertaining new entrants for several years, Canada's airline market is once again on the path to consolidation, raising the likelihood of higher fares and fewer flight options.
City paves way for shared e-scooter system in Vancouver

City paves way for shared e-scooter system in Vancouver

One of the amendments will affect all scooter users
B.C. to hike commercial vehicle crash penalties after 35 over-height truck incidents

B.C. to hike commercial vehicle crash penalties after 35 over-height truck incidents

VICTORIA — British Columbia is looking to put the brakes on crashes into highway overpasses by imposing the highest fines and penalties in Canada. Penalties for crashes into overpasses or other highway infrastructure by commercial vehicles in B.C.