Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure plans transportation networks, provides transportation services and infrastructure, develops and implements transportation policies, and administers many related acts and regulations as well as federal-provincial funding programs, including the Building Canada Fund. Read more... (PDF)
- B.C. On The Move – B.C.’s 10 Year Transportation Plan
The new 10-year plan for the improvement of the province’s transportation network.
- DriveBC & B.C. Highway Webcams
Online and toll-free phone service providing traffic, road, and weather conditions for the provincial highways.
- Connect With Us On TranBC
Road and driver safety, projects, transportation initiatives, new technologies and environmental issues.
- Highway & Infrastructure Projects
Learn about transportation and infrastructure projects in British Columbia.
- Funding & Grants
Find funding and grant opportunities for airport, cycling, and community transportation and infrastructure projects.
- Pacific Gateway
Canada’s Pacific Gateway moves people and goods easily between North America and the world.
- Transportation Acts & Statutes
Transportation statues, regulations and other helpful information.
- Highway Traffic Data
Traffic data to use to determine current traffic patterns and help predict future traffic trends.
- Transportation Topic Index
An alphabetical listing of subjects in the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure website.
- Driving & Transportation in B.C.
Thematic and topic based access to transportation services.
- Commercial Transportation Services
Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement programs for commercial and private vehicles.
- Contracting with the Ministry
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure contracts with consultants, construction contractors and suppliers who help build and maintain B.C.’s highways, bridges and other transportation infrastructure including airports, rail and ferries.
- Transportation Permits & Approvals
Information on permits and approvals on provincial highways.
- Emergency Management
The Province's lead coordinating agency for all emergency management activities.
- Emergency Alerts
B.C.'s official channels for emergency alerts.
- Emergency Kit Contents
Learn how to build an emergency kit at home.
- Hazard Plans
Multi-agency hazard plans are an important part of ensuring B.C. is prepared for an emergency.
- Know the Risks in B.C.
A list of the top 10 risks in B.C. Familiarize yourself with.
- Local Authority Emergency Management Programs
In B.C., local governments lead the initial response to emergencies and disasters in their communities.
- Public Safety Lifeline Volunteers
Public Safety Lifeline Volunteers are at the heart of emergency response in British Columbia.
- Office of the Fire Commissioner
The Office of the Fire Commissioner is a leader in fire safety awareness and prevention in British Columbia.
- Disaster Financial Assistance
Funding services for those who have experienced a natural disaster.
- Emergency Social Services
Each year about 5,000 British Columbians volunteer as emergency social service workers.
- EMBC-Sponsored Training
Emergency Management training is one of the key factors for a successful response.
A one-stop shop for disaster readiness information.