A truck collision closed down a highway offramp in North Vancouver on August 21.
While the collision killed one female, another was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The B.C. Taxi Association is less than thrilled with today’s news.
Investigators are searching for specific witnesses of a collision in Coquitlam.
A commercial vehicle safety check in Burnaby has found numerous vehicles to be unsafe for driving.
The results from local CounterAttack campaigns continue to be concerning.
In June, the B.C. government reconfirmed that drivers will require a Class 4 licence.
In all of the cases, car tires were found slashed.
B.C. has begun turning on new speed-enforcement cameras that allow authorities to issue traffic tickets with only minimal attention from a human witness.
Burnaby RCMP are searching for two male suspects after an alleged road-rage incident took place about two weeks ago.
One of the city's best-known taxi companies has reacted swiftly to a video posted on Reddit.
While Vancouver’s drivers may often take flak for bad driving, here’s one example where such criticism is warranted.
If you’re planning to travel between the North Shore and Vancouver’s downtown core this weekend, you might want to think about taking the Ironworkers Memorial.
The investigation remains ongoing and police are recommending charges of theft under $5,000 and mischief.
This hasn't gone over well with Lyft, which is one of the biggest players in the industry.
You don't be Dan McTeague's smiling face in front of a GasBuddy sign in his future appearances on local newscasts.
There have been two reports of lug nuts being loosened in the city.
It's still possible to park for free at night.
Gas prices in B.C. have reached the stratosphere and there’s no indication they’re about to return to Earth anytime soon.
Nowadays, it's relatively painless for cash-rich owners of carbon-intensive single-family homes to buy an EV or a plug-in hybrid. The same can't be said for many tenants.