Blog posts : "rail"

Via Rail has committed to three refurbished cars, with snack bars and bike racks.

where the Canadian National Pacific Railway was once under construction for the area’s burgeoning transportation network.

Rail travel is a proven technology that moves more people and material at lower cost and with lower pollution.

former advisors to the Island Corridor Foundation scratching their heads.

Snuneymuxw Chief Doug White also silent about land his people have claimed

Development of property next to cruise-ship terminal will require environmental assessment, cleanup

The Canadian Pacific Railway has accepted an offer for its 53-acre waterfront property next to Nanaimo's downtown cruise-ship terminal.

• Central corridor and Port Alberni subdivision improvements: $103 million

"They have to be in to make this project a reality. If they are in, we will make this project a reality."

I fear this is happening with the Island Corridor Foundation's plan to upgrade the E&N rail line.

“I think they've done a very good job with their plan to put forward the options they feel work best for the Greater Victoria area,” said Lekstrom

A $950-million light rail transit system has been suggested by B.C. Transit, instead of rapid buses,

Solid freight traffic is the backbone of a working rail service and that just won't happen without a major resource industry renaissance.

The decision to suspend passenger service means plans for improvements have also been put on hold, said Bruce

he interests of our shared future and acquired the line, seeing a legacy of prosperous,

the train's whistle will not only "blast her from bed," but sound out throughout the morning and afternoon.

would bring people from north of the Malahat drive to Victoria on three double-decker rail cars.

Re: To build rail or not to build rail?, Letters, Jan. 26, 2011.

Comox Valley residents will be able to cycle and walk from Fifth Street to Cumberland Road

The first section of a new paved trail for walkers and cyclists alongside the rail tracks through Courtenay will definitely be built this summer.

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