VICTORIA, B.C. — Due to a temporary vessel replacement by B.C. Ferries, fewer commercial and overheight vehicles will be permitted to travel the Duke Point-Tsawwassen run.
This run will be serviced by the MV Queen of Coquitlam until Dec. 20, meaning trucking companies should plan their routes well in advance to ensure there’s room for their rigs.
Despite the vessel replacement, all departure times will continue as scheduled. Commercial reservations can be made by calling 888 BCF-ERRY or by visiting www.bcferries.com.
Meanwhile, the B.C. Trucking Association’s Water Transportation Committee plans to meet with B.C. Ferries Dec. 10 to discuss rates for the upcoming year. If you’re interested in attending this meeting, contact Louise Yako at 604 888-5319.
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