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B.C. FIRST IN CANADA TO OFFER UNIVERSAL DISCOUNTED TRANSIT PASS TO STUDENTSJune 9, 2010 – The Province announces the new, universal U-Pass BC Program to make transit more affordable for all post-secondary students studying at publicly funded institutions in B.C. Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Shirley Bond, Premier Gordon Campbell, chair of the Mayors' Council on Regional Transportation Peter Fassbender, and Nimmi Takkar of the Canadian Federation of Students-BC celebrate the new U-Pass BC Program at Vancouver Community College.
June 17, 2010
HIGHWAY 5A ENFORCEMENT CONTINUES
KAMLOOPS – Just over a month into an action plan designed to address safety issues on Highway 5A, incidents of speeding have been greatly reduced, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Shirley Bond announced.
June 14, 2010
NEW MEASURES MEAN IMPROVED SAFETY
VICTORIA – The Province is implementing all four recommendations from the Truck Compliance Advisory Panel Report that will improve safety on B.C.’s highways, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Shirley Bond announced.
June 9, 2010
U-PASS BC TO SAVE STUDENTS ON TRANSIT FARES
VANCOUVER – B.C. is the first province in Canada to offer an affordable, universal U-Pass transit program to students at all publicly funded post-secondary institutions, Premier Gordon Campbell announced.
June 7, 2010
CHINA EASTERN TO FLY DAILY VANCOUVER-SHANGHAI
RICHMOND - China Eastern Airlines is expanding service to Vancouver to include permanent daily non-stop flights between Shanghai and Vancouver International Airport, announced Premier Gordon Campbell.
May 28, 2010
HIGHWAY 3A PASSING LANE TO IMPROVE MOTORIST SAFETY
NELSON – Construction on a new Highway 3A westbound passing lane continues to move forward under a plan to improve mobility and reduce collisions along this section of the corridor, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Shirley Bond announced today.