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Winter Tires & Chains
Please be advised that drivers must obey winter tire and chain signs throughout the province from October 1 to March 31.
Safe Winter Driving Starts with Safe Winter Tires
Sea-to-Sky Highway 99 Road Report updated by the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Highway conditions provided by Weather Network
Sea-to-Sky Highway Web Cams: Courtesy of BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
To ensure everyone's safety, the West Vancouver Police and Sea to Sky Traffic Services are working together to patrol the highway and administer random tire checks at the Alice Lake turn off. If stopped at a checkpoint, drivers who haven't installed winter tires or have tire chains could be turned back.
Winter tires that meet the standards required on the Sea-to-Sky highway are identified by a snowflake on a mountain symbol next to the M&S symbol on the tire sidewall. An M&S designation means the tire is rated by the manufacturer for use in mud and snow.
Vehicles without designated winter tires must carry chains and will be required to put them on at the checkpoint.
More Tires and Chain up information »
For more information on border crossing wait times please visit the following links:
- U.S. Customs Border Wait Times - Wait time information provided by the U.S. Customs Service from ports-of-entry throughout the U.S. into Canada.
- Border Crossing Cams from U.S. to Canada - Cams provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation.
- Canada Customs Border Wait Times - Wait time information provided by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency from ports-of-entry throughout Canada. For crossing into BC view the Douglas, Boundary Rd and Pacific Highway crossings.