DriveBC now provides up-to-the-minute information on mobile

Popular website for B.C. highway information is now more accessible

  • Sep. 7, 2011 7:00 p.m.

The Province’s most-popular website is now mobile-friendly.

DriveBC – which receives over 2.9 million visits a month – is now  accessible as a mobile site:

Visitors can access up-to-the-minute traveller information from  their mobile phones.

The new site is part of the government’s commitment to make it more  convenient for citizens to find important data. DriveBC is updated 24  hours a day, seven days of the week with information about highway  conditions and road incidents so that travellers can know before they  go.


DriveBC also offers real-time cameras, maps, information about current  events, weather forecasts and much more.

– Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure



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