Planning, Strategic & Economic Reports & Studies
Ministry Reporting - Transportation and Infrastructure
- Ministerial mandate letter for the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
- Find out about current transportation and infrastructure projects
Other Transportation Plans
- Transportation Action Plan for Highway 16
- Connecting with the World: An Aviation Strategy for British Columbia 2012 (PDF, 6.6MB)
- Building Markets Growing Jobs — The Pacific Gateway Transportation Strategy 2012-2020 - Moving Goods and People 2011 (PDF, 2.6MB)
- Opening Up B.C. — Transportation Plan for B.C. 2005 (PDF, 3.2MB)
- Motor Coach Safety Review (PDF, 1.2MB)
- Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review
- Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review - Post Implementation Update (PDF, 11.1 MB)
- Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review - Post Implementation Overview (PDF, 267 KB)
- Rural Highway Safety and Speed Technical Summary 2014 (PDF, 1.3MB)
- Rural Highway Safety and Speed Consultation and Engagement Summary 2014 (PDF, 9.6MB)
- Review and Analysis of Posted Speed Limits and Speed Limit Setting Practices in British Columbia 2003 (PDF, 1MB)
The operation of UAVs are regulated by Transport Canada.
- Drone Safety - Flying for fun? New drone rules are in effect
- Flying your drone safely and legally
- British Columbia’s Submission to the Notice of: Proposed Amendments to the Canadian Aviation Regulations for Unmanned Air Vehicles 2015 (PDF, 1.1MB)
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure uses UAVs for aerial mapping, photographing and videoing current and future highway corridor projects, bridge construction and rehabilitation monitoring, geotechnical monitoring (rock blasting) and environmental monitoring of areas affected by projects.
Photographs\videos and aerial mapping are taken with no intention of collecting personal information. In certain circumstances, it may not be possible to avoid collecting personal information (e.g., facial features).
To avoid collecting images from individuals not involved in the operation, UAV pilots will make sure to keep 100 feet distance between their UAVs and persons not involved in the operations and position their UAVs to minimize inadvertent personal information collection.
Due to the nature of the collection, it is not practical or feasible to provide each individual (within the video/photography range of an UAV) with a collection notice. For those cases where personal information is collected, the ministry provides the following collection notice :
The personal information is collected by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure under sections 26(c) and 26(e) of Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act ("FOIPPA") for the purposes of documenting project work.
Should you have any questions about the collection of this personal information, please contact:
Submissions to Canada Transportation Act (CTA) Review Panel
- Submission to the Canada Transportation Act Review 2015 (PDF)
- Grain Transportation Submission 2014 (PDF, 1.9MB)
Miscellaneous Reports & Studies
- Ride Sourcing in BC: Stakeholder Engagement Summary (PDF, 570 KB)
- Highway Rest Area Survey Report 2016 (PDF, 4MB)
- Highway Transportation - Best Practices and & Vulnerability Studies for addressing climate change
- Changing Lanes Transportation Conference 2004 - Best Practices for Government and Industry to Work Together to Deliver Road Construction Projects 2004 (PDF, 1.1 MB)
- Guidelines for Tolling 2003 (PDF)
- High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes (HOV) Evaluation 2000 (PDF)
- A Study of the Taxi Industry in British Columbia 1998 (PDF)