The ABC’s of Winter Highway Classification Maintenance

Mainroad is often asked which streets get plowing priority, how often we plow and apply the use of salt and winter abrasive.  It’s important for everyone to know that Mainroad’s plowing response time is determined by the standards set by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.  Priority is given to numbered highways and school bus routes with other roads frequency determined by winter traffic…

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Please be prepared for changing road conditions.

During fall and winter driving conditions, Mainroad is committed to the safety of motorists and residents. Be prepared for all types of changing road conditions. Whether you’re driving in heavy rain, fog, snow or icy conditions, it’s important that you and your vehicle are prepared. Before heading out, please visit www.drivebc.ca for current road conditions, weather forecasts, and real-time conditions…

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Mainroad Group employees raise funds for BC Society of Transition Houses

Mainroad Group Employees held their Lower Mainland Christmas Party on Friday, November 27th and in keeping with tradition, organized a 50/50 draw supporting a local charity. The BC Society of Transition Houses was selected by the Social Committee and together we raised just over $700 for the Society! BC Society of Transition Houses is a non-profit association which serve the…

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Thanks for the kudos…

We really appreciate receiving feedback from the General Public. Whether you experienced a flat tire, car trouble, or even a stall on a bridge within the service area, we know these types of situations are very stressful for drivers especially when occurring on a busy highway.  Safety of the travelling public is Mainroad’s top priority.  We all have family and friends using the roads we…

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When pedestrians get hurt, nobody wins.

Safety is up to all of us #walksafebc Always make eye contact with drivers and never assume that a driver has seen you. Remove your headphones and focus your full attention on what’s happening around you as drivers may not stop or obey traffic signals. Leave your phone alone. Be careful at intersections and watch for drivers turning left or right…

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