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Driver's Licence Renewal

When it's time to renew your driver's licence, combine it with the new BC Services Card for secure access to health care services.

Find out how to get your card

Take a Road Trip

Use these resources to help you get to your destination safely.

Useful Contacts

Find out about B.C. highway conditions.

Telephone:1-800-550-4997

Useful Contacts

Contact Dial-a-Claim if you've been in a car accident.

Telephone:Lower Mainland: 604-520-8222
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Elsewhere in North America: 1-800-910-4222

Transportation

Planning a trip? Need help getting from point A to point B? These resources will help you get there safe and sound.

Driving

Learn about driver's licences, driving tips, driving laws and vehicles.

Cycling

Cycling provincial highways and byways without direction can be a challenge. Provincial and Lower Mainland guides will help you find your way safely. Find out about legislation and cycling rights, and explore  cycling as a healthy lifestyle and  environmental alternative through initiatives, organizations and events.

    Passenger Travel

    Busing, public transit, taxis, and limousines are licensed and regulated. For the public, this means safety, reliability, and the opportunity to reduce emissions and traffic congestion. Commercial providers can learn about insurance and permitting, and riders can find out about tax benefits and the Taxi Bill of Rights.

    Water Travel

    Inland ferries are an integral part of British Columbia’s transportation network.  Seasonal and daily schedules are important to both the public and commercial traffic. Coastal ferries connect us to Washington State and to each other.

      Air or Rail Travel

      Air and rail are key to connecting remote communities to the rest of British Columbia, and from there, to the rest of the world. Air terminals and runways are only a part of the infrastructure municipal and regional air carriers need.  Rail linking sea ports in the west to consumers in the east are fundamental to job creation.

        Reports & Studies

        Access the studies and reports that drive B.C.’s transportation planning. Strategic reviews, infrastructure planning, public engagement summary reports, and feasibility studies guide our transportation future.

          Transportation Programs

          From corridor revitalization and major infrastructure projects, to Air-Care and other environmental enhancement programs, transportation issues affect all of us. Find out about avalanche and weather programs, how to Adopt-A-Highway, and more.

            Highway Infrastructure

            Roads and highways, bridges and underpasses - if it needs building then it is "infrastructure."  Find information here about how the province creates and manages your highways and biways.