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B.C. Reg. 248/2014
O.C. 757/2014
Deposited December 22, 2014
This consolidation is current to October 9, 2018.
Link to consolidated regulation (PDF)
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Container Trucking Act

Container Trucking Regulation

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 92/2018, May 4, 2018]

Contents
Part 1 — Interpretation and Application
1Definitions
2Prescribed trucking services and area
3Publication required
Part 2 — Deemed Licences
4Deemed licences
5Exception for long-haul authorizations
Part 3 — Invitation for Licence Applications
6Commissioner may invite applications
7Publishing invitation for applications
8Requirements for obtaining licence
9Decision whether to issue licence
Part 4 — Rates and Remuneration
Division 1 — Rates
10-11Repealed
12Minimum rates per trip for independent operators
13Minimum rates for directly employed operators
14Minimum rates for indirectly employed operators
15Minimum hourly rates for independent operators
Division 2 — Call-Out Minimums and Back Pay
16Minimum pay when directly employed operator is available for 4 hours
17Minimum pay when indirectly employed operator is available for 4 hours
18Minimum pay when independent operator is available for 4 hours
19Back pay
Division 3 — Fuel Surcharges
20Reference price of diesel
21Fuel surcharge formula
22Back fuel surcharge for independent operators
Division 4 — Other
23Wait time remuneration
24When payment must be made — directly employed operators and independent operators
Part 5 — Security
25Amount of security
26When security is realized
27Payment from security
Part 6 — Administrative Fines
28Maximum administrative fine
Part 7 — General
29Industry advisory committee
30Information-sharing agreements
Schedule 1
Schedule 2

Part 1 — Interpretation and Application

Definitions

1   (1) In the Act and this regulation:

"container" means a metal box furnished or approved by an ocean carrier for the marine transportation of goods;

"wait time remuneration" means money owed by a licensee to an independent operator paid per trip for delays occurring when the independent operator is in a marine terminal.

(1.1) In this regulation:

"Act" means the Container Trucking Act;

"benefit" includes

(a) medical, disability, extended health, life, accidental death and dismemberment, dental or orthodontic insurance, and

(b) contributions to a pension plan or retirement fund,

but does not include

(c) wages or other remuneration calculated on the basis of work done or productivity, or

(d) the licensee's or employer's costs of doing business;

"directly employed operator" means an individual who performs container trucking services and is an employee, within the meaning of the Employment Standards Act, of a licensee;

"facility" means a location in the Lower Mainland where containers are stored, loaded, unloaded, trans-loaded, repaired, cleaned, maintained or prepared for shipping, but does not include a marine terminal;

"fuel surcharge" means money owed by a licensee to a trucker under Division 3 [Fuel Surcharges] of Part 4 [Rates and Remuneration];

"independent operator" means a person, other than a licensee, who performs container trucking services and has an ownership interest or a leasehold interest in a vehicle that is designed to be self-propelled,

(a) to which a trailer, within the meaning of the Motor Vehicle Act, that is designed, used or intended for the carriage of containers is or may be attached, and

(b) by which a trailer described in paragraph (a) is or may be drawn;

"indirectly employed operator" means an individual, other than a directly employed operator, who performs container trucking services and is an employee, within the meaning of the Employment Standards Act, of an independent operator;

"Lower Mainland" means the geographic area of British Columbia within the borders of the following municipalities, as they existed on December 1, 2014:

(a) the City of Abbotsford;

(b) the City of Burnaby;

(c) the City of Chilliwack;

(d) the City of Coquitlam;

(e) the Corporation of Delta;

(f) the City of Langley;

(g) the Township of Langley;

(h) the City of Maple Ridge;

(i) the District of Mission;

(j) the City of New Westminster;

(k) the City of North Vancouver;

(l) the District of North Vancouver;

(m) the City of Pitt Meadows;

(n) the City of Port Coquitlam;

(o) the City of Port Moody;

(p) the City of Richmond;

(q) the City of Surrey;

(r) the City of Vancouver;

(s) the District of West Vancouver;

(t) the City of White Rock;

"marine terminal" means one of the following:

(a) Centerm;

(b) Deltaport;

(c) Fraser Surrey Docks;

(d) Vanterm;

(e) any other container terminal for which a trucking authorization or port access agreement is required by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority;

"off-dock trip" means one movement of one or more containers by a trucker from one facility in the Lower Mainland to a different facility in the Lower Mainland, but does not include

(a) an on-dock trip, or

(b) a movement of a container from one location in a facility to a different location in the same facility;

"on-dock trip" means one movement of one or more containers by a trucker from

(a) a marine terminal to a location in the Lower Mainland, or

(b) a location in the Lower Mainland to a marine terminal;

"pay period" has the same meaning as in the Employment Standards Act;

"remuneration" means money owed to a trucker under Division 1 [Rates] of Part 4 [Rates and Remuneration], but does not include wait time remuneration or fuel surcharges;

"trip", in relation to container trucking services, means an off-dock trip or an on-dock trip.

(2) A reference to distance in this regulation is to public road distance.

[am. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 1.]

Prescribed trucking services and area

2   (1) The container trucking services prescribed for the purposes of section 16 (1) [licence required] of the Act are container trucking services that require access to a marine terminal, but do not include

(a) container trucking services performed by a trucker on behalf of a licensee, using a truck with a truck tag issued by the commissioner, or

(b) transportation of a container to or from a location outside the Lower Mainland.

(2) The area prescribed for the purposes of section 16 (1) of the Act is the Lower Mainland.

Publication required

3   The information required to be published under section 11 [publication required] of the Act must be posted on the commissioner's website.

Part 2 — Deemed Licences

Deemed licences

4   (1) Subject to section 5 [exception for long-haul authorizations], authorizations issued by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority under the Canada Marine Act to carry out container trucking services in effect on March 1, 2015 are conclusively deemed to be licences under the Act.

(2) Truck tags issued by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority to carry out container trucking services in effect on March 1, 2015 are conclusively deemed to be truck tags issued by the commissioner.

[en. B.C. Reg. 248/2014, App. 2.]

Exception for long-haul authorizations

5   This Part does not apply to authorizations issued by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority to transport containers to or from a location outside the Lower Mainland.

Part 3 — Invitation for Licence Applications

Commissioner may invite applications

6   (1) The commissioner may invite applications for a licence under section 16 (2) [licence required] of the Act if the commissioner is satisfied that it is desirable to increase the number of licensees.

(2) If the commissioner decides to invite applications under subsection (1), the commissioner must determine

(a) the period during which applications for a licence will be accepted,

(b) any mandatory requirements for a licence the commissioner considers appropriate, and

(c) any desirable criteria the commissioner considers relevant to determine whether, and to whom, to issue a licence.

Publishing invitation for applications

7   (1) An invitation for applications for a licence under section 6 [commissioner may invite applications] must be published by posting the invitation on the commissioner's website.

(2) The invitation for applications for a licence referred to in subsection (1) must include:

(a) the period during which applications will be accepted;

(b) the number of truck tags available in relation to the licence;

(c) all mandatory requirements for a licence;

(d) all other qualifications or criteria set out by the commissioner to determine whether, and to whom, to issue a licence;

(e) a statement that a person, by applying for a licence, waives any claim for compensation or damages in the event the commissioner refuses to issue a licence, unless the commissioner's conduct is dishonest, malicious or otherwise in bad faith.

Requirements for obtaining licence

8   (1) In this section, "related person", in relation to an applicant for a licence, means any person with the same directing mind as the applicant, and includes any of the following:

(a) a person controlled directly or indirectly by the applicant;

(b) a person that directly or indirectly controls the applicant;

(c) a person that is directly or indirectly controlled by another person that

(i) directly or indirectly controls the applicant, or

(ii) the applicant directly or indirectly controls;

(d) a person from whom the applicant directly or indirectly acquired all or part of the applicant's container trucking business.

(2) The requirements for obtaining a licence, in addition to any requirements set out in the Act or in any regulation under the Act, include the following:

(a) a written statement prepared by a Canadian chartered bank, a British Columbia credit union or a person authorized under the Financial Institutions Act to carry on insurance business in British Columbia that, if the applicant obtains a licence, the bank, credit union or person intends to issue, on behalf of the applicant, security in the amount and form required by this regulation or by the commissioner;

(b) a statutory declaration of the applicant, stating that

(i) no sanctions have been imposed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the commissioner, the government or the government of Canada against the applicant, or against a related person, whether or not that related person exists at the time of the application,

(ii) no monies are owed to a trucker under the Act or regulations by the applicant, or by a related person, whether or not that related person exists at the time of the application,

(iii) the applicant has not engaged in any activity prohibited by this regulation,

(iv) no related person, whether or not that related person exists at the time of the application, has engaged in any activity prohibited by this regulation, and

(v) the applicant is eligible to obtain access to all marine terminals if the applicant obtains a licence;

(c) any other desirable criteria the commissioner considers appropriate under section 6 (2) (c) [commissioner may invite applications].

(3) Despite subsection (2) (b) (i), (ii) and (iv), the commissioner may exempt an applicant for a licence from providing information in relation to sanctions imposed against, monies owed by, or activity engaged in by a related person, if it is unreasonable to require the applicant to provide the information.

[am. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 2.]

Decision whether to issue licence

9   (1) If the period for submitting applications for a licence expires and one or more applicants have met the requirements for obtaining a licence under section 8 [requirements for obtaining licence], the commissioner may, after reviewing all the desirable criteria relating to that applicant set out under section 6 (2) (c) [commissioner may invite applications], do one of the following:

(a) issue a licence to all the applicants that met the requirements;

(b) issue a licence to one or more applicants that met the requirements and that the commissioner considers best met the desirable criteria identified;

(c) refuse to issue any licence.

(2) If the commissioner issues a licence under subsection (1), the commissioner must provide the licensee with a number of truck tags no greater than that specified under section 7 (2) (b) [publishing invitation for applications].

[am. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 3.]

Part 4 — Rates and Remuneration

Division 1 — Rates

Repealed

10-11   Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 4.]

Minimum rates per trip for independent operators

12   (1) This section applies if a licensee pays an independent operator per trip.

(2) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 4.]

(3) For an off-dock trip, a licensee to whom this section applies must pay an independent operator no less than the following amounts as set out in Table 2 of Schedule 1:

(a) if the independent operator moves one container, the amount set out in the applicable destination area sub-column in column 2 opposite the applicable origin area in column 1;

(b) if the independent operator moves 2 containers, 1.5 times the amount set out in the applicable destination area sub-column in column 2 opposite the applicable origin area in column 1.

(4) For an on-dock trip, a licensee, to whom this section applies, must pay an independent operator no less than the following amounts as set out in Schedule 2:

(a) if the trip begins or ends in Centerm or Vanterm, the rate set out in column 2 opposite the applicable origin or destination, as the case may be, in column 1;

(b) if the trip begins or ends in Deltaport, the rate set out in column 3 opposite the origin or destination area, as the case may be, in column 1;

(c) if the trip begins or ends in Fraser Surrey Docks, the rate set out in column 4 opposite the applicable origin or destination area, as the case may be, in column 1.

(5) For an on-dock trip that begins or ends at any other marine terminal not specified in Schedule 2, a licensee must pay a rate determined by the commissioner.

(6) If an independent operator performs container trucking services by employing an indirectly employed operator, the amount the licensee must pay the independent operator is reduced by the amount, if any, that the licensee pays the indirectly employed operator.

[am. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 4.]

Minimum rates for directly employed operators

13   (1) Before June 1, 2018, a licensee must pay a directly employed operator an amount equal to or greater than

(a) $25.13 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the directly employed operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee, or

(b) $26.28 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the directly employed operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(2) Subsection (1) applies whether the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed before or after the coming into force of this regulation, and whether or not the hours of container trucking services were performed on behalf of the licensee.

(3) On and after June 1, 2018, a licensee must pay a directly employed operator an amount equal to or greater than

(a) $25.78 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the directly employed operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee, or

(b) $26.96 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the directly employed operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(4) Subsection (3) applies whether or not the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed on behalf of the licensee.

[am. B.C. Regs. 72/2015, s. 5; 92/2018, s. 1.]

Minimum rates for indirectly employed operators

14   (1) This section applies if an independent operator employs an indirectly employed operator to perform container trucking services on behalf of a licensee.

(2) Before June 1, 2018, a licensee must pay an indirectly employed operator, to whom this section applies, the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) the amount paid by the independent operator to the indirectly employed operator;

(b) an amount equal to whichever one of the following applies:

(i) $25.13 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the indirectly employed operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee;

(ii) $26.28 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the indirectly employed operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(3) Subsection (2) applies whether the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed before or after the coming into force of this regulation, and whether or not the hours of container trucking services were performed on behalf of the licensee.

(4) On and after June 1, 2018, a licensee must pay an indirectly employed operator, to whom this section applies, the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) the amount paid by the independent operator to the indirectly employed operator;

(b) an amount equal to whichever one of the following applies:

(i) $25.78 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the indirectly employed operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee;

(ii) $26.96 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the indirectly employed operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(5) Subsection (4) applies whether or not the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed on behalf of the licensee.

[am. B.C. Regs. 72/2015, s. 6; 92/2018, s. 2.]

Minimum hourly rates for independent operators

15   (1) Before June 1, 2018, if a licensee pays an independent operator hourly for container trucking services, the licensee must pay the independent operator an amount equal to or greater than

(a) $50.13 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the independent operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee; or

(b) $51.28 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the independent operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(2) Subsection (1) applies whether the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed before or after the coming into force of this regulation, and whether or not the hours of container trucking services were performed on behalf of the licensee.

(2.1) On and after June 1, 2018, if a licensee pays an independent operator hourly for container trucking services, the licensee must pay the independent operator an amount equal to or greater than

(a) $51.43 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the independent operator has performed less than 2 340 hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee, or

(b) $52.61 per hour, inclusive of benefits, if the independent operator has performed 2 340 or more hours of container trucking services on behalf of any licensee.

(2.2) Subsection (2.1) applies whether or not the hours of container trucking services referred to in that subsection were performed on behalf of the licensee.

(3) If an independent operator performs container trucking services by employing an indirectly employed operator, the amount owed by the licensee to the independent operator is reduced by the amount that licensee pays the indirectly employed operator.

[am. B.C. Regs. 72/2015, s. 7; 92/2018, s. 3.]

Division 2 — Call-Out Minimums and Back Pay

Minimum pay when directly employed operator is available for 4 hours

16   If a directly employed operator, paid per trip, agrees, at the request of a licensee, to be available to perform container trucking services for 4 or more continuous hours in one 24-hour period, the licensee must pay the directly employed operator no less than 4 times the applicable hourly rate under section 13 [minimum rates for directly employed operators].

[en. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 8.]

Minimum pay when indirectly employed operator is available for 4 hours

17   If an indirectly employed operator, paid per trip, agrees, at the request of a licensee or an independent operator performing container trucking services on behalf of a licensee, to be available to perform container trucking services for 4 or more continuous hours in one 24-hour period, the licensee must pay the indirectly employed operator the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) 4 times the applicable hourly rate under section 14 [minimum rates for indirectly employed operators];

(b) the amount paid by the independent operator to the indirectly employed operator.

[en. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 9.]

Minimum pay when independent operator is available for 4 hours

18   (1) If an independent operator agrees, at the request of a licensee, to be available to perform container trucking services for 4 or more continuous hours in a 24-hour period, the licensee must pay the independent operator, for container trucking services performed before June 1, 2018, the greater of the following:

(a) $200;

(b) the applicable remuneration owing under section 12 [minimum rates per trip for independent operators] or 15 [minimum hourly rates for independent operators].

(2) If an independent operator agrees, at the request of a licensee, to be available to perform container trucking services for 4 or more continuous hours in a 24-hour period, the licensee must pay the independent operator, for container trucking services performed on and after June 1, 2018, the greater of the following:

(a) $300;

(b) the applicable remuneration owing under section 12 or 15.

[am. B.C. Regs. 72/2015, s. 10; 92/2018, s. 4.]

Back pay

19   (1) On the date this regulation comes into force, it is a condition of every licence that the licensee pay each trucker who performed an on-dock trip on behalf of the licensee on or after April 3, 2014 any amounts owed under this section.

(2) A trucker is owed the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) the amount the trucker would have been paid for container trucking services performed on behalf of the licensee on or after April 3, 2014 if this regulation had been in force on the date the container trucking services were performed;

(b) the amount the trucker was in fact paid for the container trucking services, not including amounts the trucker was paid as a fuel surcharge.

(3) An independent operator paid per trip is owed the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) the amount the independent operator would have been paid for any on-dock or off-dock trips performed on behalf of the licensee on or after April 3, 2014 if this regulation had been in force on the date the trip was performed;

(b) the amount the independent operator was in fact paid for the on-dock or off-dock trip, not including any amounts the independent operator was paid as wait time remuneration or fuel surcharges.

(4) For the purposes of subsections (2) and (3), the amounts of any increases made on or after June 1, 2018 to the rates payable under sections 12 to 15 are payable to truckers only as of June 1, 2018.

[am. B.C. Regs. 72/2015, s. 11; 92/2018, s. 5.]

Division 3 — Fuel Surcharges

Reference price of diesel

20   In this Division:

"quarter" means one of the following:

(a) January 1 to March 31;

(b) April 1 to June 30;

(c) July 1 to September 30;

(d) October 1 to December 31;

"reference price of diesel" means the lower of the following:

(a) the average retail price per litre, including taxes, of diesel in Vancouver as reported by MJ Ervin & Associates for the quarter immediately before the date on which a fuel surcharge is calculated, rounded down to the nearest $0.05;

(b) if an independent operator obtains diesel at a discount from the ordinary retail price for the purposes of providing container trucking services, the amount paid per litre by the independent operator, rounded down to the nearest $0.05.

Fuel surcharge formula

21   In each calendar month, if the reference price of diesel for an independent operator is more than $1.05, a licensee must pay the independent operator a fuel surcharge, calculated in accordance with the following formula:

(A – $1.05)x B x 2%

$0.05
where:
A = the reference price of diesel, in dollars;
B = the minimum remuneration payable by the licensee to the independent operator in that month, as determined under Division 1 [Rates], in dollars.

Back fuel surcharge for independent operators

22   On the date this regulation comes into force, it is a condition of every licence that a licensee pay each independent operator who performed container trucking services on behalf of the licensee on or after March 27, 2014, the difference, if any, between the following:

(a) the amount the licensee would owe the independent operator in fuel surcharge if this regulation had been in force when the independent operator performed the container trucking services on behalf of the licensee;

(b) the amount the licensee paid the independent operator for the fuel surcharge.

Division 4 — Other

Wait time remuneration

23   On the date this regulation comes into force, it is a condition of every licence that a licensee pay each trucker who performed container trucking services on behalf of the licensee on or after April 3, 2014, and is, or was, paid per trip, all amounts paid to the licensee as wait time remuneration.

When payment must be made — directly employed operators and independent operators

24   (1) A licensee must pay remuneration or fuel surcharge owed to a directly employed operator at least semi-monthly and no later than 8 days after the end of a pay period.

(2) A licensee must pay remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharge owed to an independent operator no later than 30 days after the end of the calendar month in which the independent operator performed the container trucking services for which the remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharge is owed.

Part 5 — Security

Amount of security

25   The commissioner may, by order or as a condition of a licence, require a licensee to provide security in the following amounts:

(a) $250 000 if the licensee has no more than 20 truck tags;

(b) $375 000 if the licensee has more than 20, but no more than 30, truck tags;

(c) $500 000 if the licensee has more than 30, but no more than 40, truck tags;

(d) if the licensee has 41 or more truck tags, an amount calculated in accordance with the following formula:

$250 000 +(A – 20)x $125 000

10
where:
A = the number of truck tags held by the licensee, rounded up to the next multiple of 10.

[am. B.C. Reg. 72/2015, s. 12.]

When security is realized

26   Security provided under the Act is realized by the government on the written demand of, and in the amount specified by, the commissioner, if one or more of the following occur:

(a) the licensee is the subject of a judgment or order in relation to unpaid remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharges owed to a trucker;

(b) the commissioner decides that the licensee owes a trucker unpaid remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharges;

(c) the licensee fails to pay an administrative fine within the period required under section 35 (2) [imposition of administrative fines] of the Act.

Payment from security

27   (1) The commissioner must pay out from the proceeds of security realized under section 26 [when security is realized] in the following descending order of priority:

(a) any amounts owed by the licensee to a trucker for unpaid remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharge, to the trucker;

(b) any unpaid administrative fines, to the government;

(c) any expenditures of the commissioner in connection with the realization of the security and the determination and settlement of valid claims, to the government;

(d) any remaining amount

(i) in the case of a surety bond, to the surety,

(ii) in the case of an irrevocable letter of credit, to the obligor, or

(iii) in any other case, to the person designated by the commissioner as the residual interest holder in the security.

(2) If the commissioner is unable to pay in full 2 claims that rank equal in priority under subsection (1), the commissioner must distribute the remaining amount in proportion to the size of the claim.

Part 6 — Administrative Fines

Maximum administrative fine

28   The maximum administrative fine the commissioner may impose on a licensee under section 34 (1) (c) [imposition of administrative fines] of the Act is the following:

(a) in the case of a contravention of the Act, regulations or terms and conditions of the licensee's licence relating to the payment of remuneration, wait time remuneration or fuel surcharge, $500 000;

(b) in any other case, $10 000.

Part 7 — General

Industry advisory committee

29   The commissioner must establish an industry advisory committee.

Information-sharing agreements

30   The commissioner may enter into an information-sharing agreement with either or both of the following:

(a) the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority;

(b) the government of Canada.

Schedule 1

[am. B.C. Regs. 186/2016, s. 1; 92/2018, s. 6.]

(section 12 (3))

Off-Dock Trip Rates (Independent Operators)

Table 1 — Origin/Destination Area Descriptions

ItemColumn 1
Origin/Destination Area
Column 2
Description
Column 3
Column/Row Letter in Table 2
1AbbotsfordCity of AbbotsfordA
2Annacis IslandThat part of the Corporation of Delta in the south arm of the Fraser RiverB
3Burnaby NorthThat part of the City of Burnaby north of Highway 1C
4Burnaby SouthThat part of the City of Burnaby south of Highway 1D
5ChilliwackCity of ChilliwackE
6CloverdaleThat part of the City of Surrey south of Fraser Highway, east of 176th Street and west of 194th StreetF
7CoquitlamCity of CoquitlamG
8DeltaCity of DeltaH
9Fort Langley/AldergroveThat part of the Township of Langley described as "Fort Langley" or "Aldergrove" in Township of Langley Official Community Plan Bylaw 1979 No. 1842I
10Haney/Maple RidgeCity of Maple RidgeJ
11Langley CityCity of LangleyK
12Langley SouthTownship of Langley south of 40th Avenue and west of 264th AvenueL
13MissionDistrict of MissionM
14New WestminsterCity of New WestminsterN
15North VancouverCity of North Vancouver and District of North VancouverO
16Pacific HighwayCity of Surrey south of 32nd Avenue, east of 168th Street and west of 184th StreetP
17Pitt MeadowsCity of Pitt MeadowsQ
18Port KellsCity of Surrey north of Highway 1, east of 176th Street and west of 208th StreetR
19Port Moody/Port CoquitlamCity of Port Moody and City of Port CoquitlamS
20Richmond NorthCity of Richmond north of Westminster HighwayT
21Richmond SouthCity of Richmond south of Westminster HighwayU
22Surrey NorthCity of Surrey north of 72nd Avenue and west of 152nd StreetV
23Surrey SouthCity of Surrey south of 72nd Avenue and City of White RockW
24VancouverCity of VancouverX
25West VancouverDistrict of West VancouverY

Schedule 2

[en. B.C. Reg. 92/2018, s. 7.]

(section 12 (4))

On-Dock Trip Rates (Independent Operators)

ItemColumn 1
Origin/Destination Area
(same descriptions as in Schedule 1)
Column 2
Rate to or from Centerm or Vanterm
($)
Column 3
Rate to or from Deltaport
($)
Column 4
Rate to or from Fraser Surrey Docks
($)
1Abbotsford201.10201.10183.90
2Annacis Island137.90137.90114.90
3Burnaby North120.70155.10126.40
4Burnaby South126.40155.10120.70
5Chilliwack229.80229.80212.60
6Cloverdale155.10155.10132.20
7Coquitlam132.20155.10126.40
8City of Delta155.10114.90114.90
9Fort Langley/Aldergrove178.10189.60155.10
10Haney/Maple Ridge160.90183.90155.10
11Langley City166.60155.10137.90
12Langley South189.60137.90137.90
13Mission201.10212.60189.60
14New Westminster132.20155.10120.70
15North Vancouver120.70160.90155.10
16Pacific Highway189.60137.90137.90
17Pitt Meadows155.10172.40137.90
18Port Kells155.10 166.60126.40
19Port Moody/Port Coquitlam137.90166.60132.20
20Richmond North120.70137.90120.70
21Richmond South126.40126.40120.70
22Surrey North137.90137.90114.90
23Surrey South155.10137.90137.90
24Vancouver114.90155.10137.90
25West Vancouver126.40166.60160.90

[Provisions relevant to the enactment of this regulation: Container Trucking Act, S.B.C. 2014, c. 28, ss. 2, 16, 17, 22 and 44]