B.C. on the Move is the Government of B.C.’s new 10-year plan for the improvement of the province’s transportation network.
The plan was developed by government with input gathered during an extensive engagement process in fall 2014. The engagement included a public survey that drew over 12,500 responses from throughout B.C.
Concurrently, ministry staff held over 100 meetings throughout the province with First Nations, local governments, transportation authorities and other interested stakeholders to gather information on local and regional priorities.
In addition, MLA Jordan Sturdy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, met with over 70 groups on Vancouver Island in Sept. 2014 to hear about the transportation needs of Island communities.
The actions prioritized in B.C. on the Move will grow the economy, improve safety, maintain and replace aging infrastructure and support trade for B.C.’s expanding resource sectors through Canada’s Asia-Pacific Gateway.
B.C. on the Move sets out a series of transportation priorities, reinforced by a $2.5-billion commitment from the provincial government over its first three years.
The final plan and appendices are posted on the right hand side of this page.
The actions taken during the first year of B.C. on the Move are detailed on the ministry’s Year One progress report card.