Transportation planners, engineers and contractors plan, build and maintain B.C.'s safe and reliable network of highways, bridges and other infrastructure.
Learn about transportation projects, planning guidelines and tools, engineering standards and guidelines, and contracting to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
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.
Policies, specifications, standards and guidelines to be followed in the development of transportation infrastructure in British Columbia.
Learn about transportation and infrastructure projects in British Columbia that are being planned or are in development. Find out how your community may be affected and share your opinions.
Transportation planning plays an important role in the ongoing development of the transportation system in British Columbia. One of its principle purposes is to link safety, mobility, and reliability performance problems along the provincial highway network to good capital improvement options, and to recommend and justify a preferred option.