John Harding, president and owner of Waterbridge Steel Inc. in Nakusp, B.C., is overseeing construction for four ferries to service B.C. waterwaysby Kyle Born
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AirSprint offers programs designed for personal and business requirements.
Bus riders in the West Kootenay Regional Transit System will soon be able to choose new weekday trips between Nelson and Selkirk College in Castlegar.
The Greyhound Canada service closure is a crisis for rural Canada, and one that must be addressed as soon as possible.
Yellowhead Road and Bridge is also is the current contractor for the neighbouring Central Kootenay region.
The price we pay at the pump varies greatly across the Kootenays.
Curbs and sidewalks have been poured, with landscaping, driveway and pathway restoration to take place in the coming weeks.
With the 2018 July long weekend here, we thought it would be interesting to find out which town has the highest and lowest gas prices in the Kootenays.by Keith Powell
The Sparwood DC Fast Charging stations completes the planned installation of fast charging stations across the Highway 3 corridor in the Kootenays.
The Accelerate Kootenays project is facilitated by Community Energy Association.
Waterbridge was awarded a $27.9-million contract in 2016 to design and build the four new cable ferries.
Find out more about these Kootenay airports and the airlines they host.by Danielle Cameron
The Heritage Railcar Preservation building will ultimately provide a complete building to enclose and preserve the Museum’s collection of heritage railcars.
From self-driving vehicles to driver shortages, new BCTA president Dave Earle discusses where the trucking industry is goingby Kyle Born
The Deputy Minister’s Contractor of the Year Awards recognizes excellence in the delivery of transportation infrastructure projects.
WestJet has introduced WestJet Link, a new regional air service operating under a capacity purchase agreement with Pacific Coastal Airlines
Jim Hymer, a 47-year veteran in the transportation industry, shares his wisdom on how to stay safe on the road this winterby Kyle Born
With winter's onset, a favourite topic of conversation seems to be the winter maintenance of our local roads.by Keith Powell
Pacific Coastal 25th Annual Charity Golf Tournament raised a total of $65,000
The new transit service is scheduled to run every other week Wednesdays and Thursdays starting on August 2nd.
College of the Rockies haul truck driving instructor shares his pet peeves on the road and tips for safe driving.by Jillian Clark
Starting August 1, 2017, bus riders in the West Kootenay Transit System will benefit from extended service on several routes.
The Show & Shine portion of the event will be moving from the Springs Course Driving Range to the Copper Point Golf Club's driving range.
Pacific Coastal is a privately owned, British Columbia-based regional airline operating from Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal.
The roadside survey of long-haul trucks was conducted in October of 2016.
The new, 10,000 square-foot shop features dedicated space for maintenance and repairs, offices, tool storage and a customer conference room.
B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone stated that most of the funding, $450 million, is for improvements to a four-kilometre section of the road.
The success of this project will depend on the input and participation of the many stakeholders affected by this major issue.
Up to 16 West Kootenay residents are receiving the training they need at Selkirk College for jobs in their communities.
Road safety survival kits save lives. Here’s how you should stock yours.by Kyle Born