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Respect the Cone Zone

As warm weather approaches, road construction crews come out. Plan your trip and respect the workers.

Distracted Driving

Effective June 1, 2016, the fine for distracted driving has increased to $368.

Commercial Transportation

Commercial and private vehicle safety, permits, enforcement, inspections, commercial trucking.

Services and Information Topics

Driving & Cycling

Get information on licensing and insurance, seasonal driving, safety, popular routes, cycling, emergency contacts and resources for older drivers.

Passenger Travel

Travelling by bus, taxi, ferry, air or rail? B.C.’s transportation network offers safe and reliable passage, whatever your preferred mode of travel. 

Vehicle Safety & Enforcement

Commercial and private vehicles using highways and roads in B.C. need to follow standards and regulations provided by Commercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement (CVSE).

Funding, Engagement & Permits

Funding, engagement opportunities and highway events help communities build and enhance transportation and infrastructure and promote economic growth.

Transportation Infrastructure

Transportation planners, engineers and contractors plan, build and maintain B.C.'s safe and reliable highways, bridges and other infrastructure.

Transportation Reports & Reference

Strategic reviews, infrastructure planning, public engagement summary reports, and feasibility studies drive B.C.’s transportation planning. 

Transportation & the Environment

Learn how we lower the impact our transportation system and the environment have on each other.



Plan your route, find out about current road conditions, or report a highway problem.

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B.C. on the Move

B.C. on the Move

The new 10-year plan outlines how we’re improving B.C.’s transportation network.

Read B.C. on the Move

TranBC Blog

TranBC Blog

Take a look under the hood at the transportation topics that matter to you.

Answering your transportation questions



Transportation infrastructure projects completed, underway or just announced.

Learn about B.C. transportation projects



In Focus

Exit 370 Summit off-ramp closed for paving work April 26-27

Motorists travelling on Highway 1 through Kamloops should be advised that the exit 370 Summit off-ramp in Kamloops will be closed for two nights for paving work.

Monday, April 24, 2017

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