Projects, Programs and Information


Adopt a Highway

This program allows organizations to “adopt” a section of provincial highway to help carry out or sponsor such activities as weeding, landscape beautification, invasive plant identification and litter pickup.

Avalanche and Weather Programs

Thousands of avalanches occur each year in British Columbia. Our provincial highways in mountain passes are susceptible to this hazard. At the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Avalanche and Weather Programs staff work hard to ensure that motorists can rely on a safe provincial transportation system during the winter months.

B.C. Highways Construction Cams

B.C. Highway Construction Cams offer all British Columbians a closer look at major transportation infrastructure projects. Images are refreshed every 15-30 minutes.

Bike BC

Links and information for B.C. cyclists.

Circle Routes

Valuable links to tourism-related web pages on this Ministry's site, and others.

Current Transportation Projects

A selected listing of current Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure projects that are underway.

Disaster Response Routes

A dedicated route for emergency responders in a disaster situation... planning ahead for a rapid response... to you.

Evergreen Line Project

The Evergreen Line is a new rapid transit line that connects Coquitlam Town Centre to Vancouver via Port Moody and Burnaby, starting at Lougheed Town Centre Station in Burnaby and ending near Douglas College in Coquitlam.

Greening the Border

Learn about a simple initiative to reduce vehicle emissions at the Peace Arch Border Crossing.

Invasive Plant Management

The ministry works actively with the other resource ministries in B.C. on invasive plant management through membership on the Inter-Ministry Invasive Species Working Group and by partnering on the development of Multi Agency Integrated Pest Management Plans. The ministry also works closely with other stakeholders, the Invasive Plant Council of BC and Regional Weed Committees throughout the province.

Okanagan Valley Corridor

The Okanagan Valley Corridor is a gateway for north-south international trade intended to provide an uncongested high quality route, with limited delay through urban areas. It links the United States to the northern half of British Columbia as well as regions east and west.

This website features an overview of highway projects currently underway on the corridor.

Pacific Gateway

Canada's west coast ports, airports and supporting road and rail networks—as key gateways to Asia—have tremendous potential to capture significant opportunities being presented by growing markets. Links to Action Plan and 2005 BC Ports Strategy.

Route Information

Useful information about the popular routes you may be travelling.

Strategic Review of Transit in the Fraser Valley

A comprehensive study of the transit needs of the Fraser Valley. It will identify and assess options for transit services within the Fraser Valley and how to best provide transit service between the Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver.

Trans-Canada Highway 1 - Kamloops to Golden Project

The Trans Canada Highway is the primary east-west numbered route through British Columbia. It is part of National Highway System linking British Columbia to the rest of Canada. It provides linkages and junctions with all major north-south routes providing connectivity across the province.

Transportation Studies and Reports

A selected list of reports and studies relating to various ministry projects, prepared by or for the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.