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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

VICTORIA – The Government of B.C. is making two changes to the minimum rates in order to create a fair and equitable system that will provide a living wage for container truckers serving Port Metro Vancouver. This will ensure the continued operation of Canada’s largest port.
KAMLOOPS – A $23.4-million contract has been awarded to Emil Anderson Construction Inc. of Kelowna to four-lane a section of the Trans-Canada Highway east of Kamloops.
VANCOUVER – As part of the joint replacement work taking place on the north approach viaduct, there will be additional lane closures on the Lions Gate Bridge starting the week of Jan. 19.
VICTORIA – People who work to keep us safe often do so in dangerous places. Think about working on the side of a highway with barely more than a meter between traffic and a guard rail.
KELOWNA – Beginning Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes on Highway 97 will be transitioning to time-of-day operations.
VICTORIA – Dear Mayor Walton:
VICTORIA – The Province is enacting the Container Trucking Act and its supporting Regulations, which will bring new rates into force on Dec. 22, 2014 and provide fair wages and working conditions for truckers.
VICTORIA – Over the past nine weeks, the Government of B.C. has heard from thousands of British Columbians online and in face-to-face meetings as we gathered input for the province’s new 10-year transportation plan. I want to thank all British Columbians who took the time to participate. Your input will help us complete “B.C. on the Move”, our roadmap for provincial transportation improvements over the next decade.
VICTORIA – The Government of B.C. has listened to the truckers serving Port Metro Vancouver and is today releasing its proposed rate structure, which will soon be brought into force, providing fair wages for these truckers moving forward, plus other improvements.
VICTORIA – Next week, thousands of British Columbians will hit the highway to visit friends and relatives or to head to the hills for winter sports.
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