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CN train collides with truck on North Van railroad crossing

CN train collides with truck on North Van railroad crossing

Investigators are still trying to determine why the truck was on the railroad tracks at the time. No one was injured in the incident.
B.C. Transit sending back loaner electric bus as it looks for new supplier

B.C. Transit sending back loaner electric bus as it looks for new supplier

Proterra previously won a $20-million contract to provide B.C. Transit with 10 electric buses for the capital region this fall, but has filed for bankruptcy protection
All-electric tugboats ready to charge into action in Vancouver harbour

All-electric tugboats ready to charge into action in Vancouver harbour

There are just six electric tugboats in the world, and two of them are set to ply the waters of Burrad Inlet
B.C. Ferries pushes prepaid fares, increases reservation fee

B.C. Ferries pushes prepaid fares, increases reservation fee

Those booking passage on the Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen, Departure Bay, Nanaimo-Horseshoe Bay, and Duke Point-Tsawwassen routes will now pay $20 to reserve instead of $18
B.C. container terminal operator calls its emissions data a 'trade secret'

B.C. container terminal operator calls its emissions data a 'trade secret'

VANCOUVER — The B.C. company that operates Canada's largest container terminal is going to court against the federal government to keep five years of greenhouse-gas emissions data secret.
Opinion: Western Canada’s supply chains are losing ground—but we can fix that

Opinion: Western Canada’s supply chains are losing ground—but we can fix that

Improving costs, streamlining regulations and investment can address transportation leaders’ dissatisfaction with Canada’s trade networks
New rules mean B.C. drivers must keep further away from cyclists

New rules mean B.C. drivers must keep further away from cyclists

The transportation minister says it's another step "in modernizing our rules to keep up with new technologies that are changing how people are getting around."
Expect gasoline prices to stay high this summer: Deloitte

Expect gasoline prices to stay high this summer: Deloitte

Expanded Trans Mountain pipeline good news for Alberta oil producers
No home charging? No problem for these EV owners

No home charging? No problem for these EV owners

These two Canadians are driving their electric vehicles and saving money by strategically using the public charging network.
Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

VICTORIA — The British Columbia Transportation Ministry says commercial trucks above a certain weight will soon be required to be fitted with technology to limit how fast they travel on provincial roadways.
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