VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Infrastructure

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Keywords: Rail Service, Truck Crash, Commuter Transit,

VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Infrastructure

VibrantVictoria.ca’s road, rail, air and sea infrastructure headlines.

For the latest on infrastructure in Victoria and the capital region, refer to VibrantVictoria.ca’s discussion forum’s

sub-forum.

  • BC Transit reports strong growth on commuter transit routes

  • Passenger volumes continue to decline at Victoria International

  • Stranded motorists to receive reparations after truck crash closes Malahat

  • Dayliner sidelined as track woes cancel rail service

  • Savoie rival Causton opens Victoria campaign office

  • Cridge Park: boon or blown opportunity?

  • Gas prices in Victoria heading for record highs

  • BC Transit to raise fares in Victoria on April 1st

  • Environment Canada: snow may linger till weekend

  • Saanich moves quickly to ease Stanhope congestion

  • Victoria recognized for secondary suite scheme

  • Bridge plan to be revealed at special council meeting

  • One day to Shakeout 2011

  • BC Transit launches schedules on Google Maps

  • BC Transit seeking feedback on James Bay transit services

  • Islander wins biggest online lottery jackpot

  • Victoria International Airport feeling the effects of “fare dodging”

  • Vibrant Victoria’s year in review part II

  • VibrantVictoria’s 2010 year in review part I

  • Cycling Coalition recants misleading bridge flyer

  • Keywords: Commuter Transit, Rail Service, Truck Crash,

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