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Pedestrian safety on sidewalks prompts discussion about e-scooters in B.C.

Pedestrian safety on sidewalks prompts discussion about e-scooters in B.C.

Electric devices aren't permitted on roads – less clear if they’re allowed on sidewalks
Squamish-based Whistler Courier & Freightways resumes deliveries after bridge strike

Squamish-based Whistler Courier & Freightways resumes deliveries after bridge strike

MOTI’s Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement Agency has issued $3,500 in fines.
B.C. gives green light to Roberts Bank terminal expansion

B.C. gives green light to Roberts Bank terminal expansion

B.C. government says ditto to federal environmental certificate for $3.5 billion terminal expansion
Port of Vancouver grain exports double in first half of 2023

Port of Vancouver grain exports double in first half of 2023

Shipments of North Shore terminal commodities potash and metalurgical coal also stable
B.C. Ferries moves public consultation online after threats of violence

B.C. Ferries moves public consultation online after threats of violence

At a recent Sunshine Coast ferry advisory committee meeting, a woman said if B.C. Ferries didn’t make changes, she would ‘take a gun’ to everyone. Also cited: keying of vehicles, shouting, foul language and a disrespect for personal space.
Second major B.C. Ferries vessel may need repairs

Second major B.C. Ferries vessel may need repairs

Ferry workers say the Spirit of Vancouver Island has problems with its hull; news conference set for Thursday
Hundreds of derelict vessels removed from Canadian waters, Coast Guard says

Hundreds of derelict vessels removed from Canadian waters, Coast Guard says

The coast guard's list of wrecks now has nearly 1,500 entries, roughly two thirds of which are in British Columbia.
Port of Vancouver volumes up 11% in first half of 2023

Port of Vancouver volumes up 11% in first half of 2023

Grain volumes more than doubled, cruise ship traffic back 'with a vengeance'
Committee calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

Committee calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

‘It’s inadequate service all year long, it's getting worse and worse.'
B.C.'s post-pandemic transit ridership rebound exceeds rest of Canada’s

B.C.'s post-pandemic transit ridership rebound exceeds rest of Canada’s

Urban public-transit ridership in the province remains 14 per cent below 2019 level
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