In his 36 years with the Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Doyle served across the province in many capacities, with his last assignment being the Deputy Minister for four years.
Under Mr. Doyle’s leadership, many large and well-known transportation projects were undertaken. They include: the Asia-Pacific Gateway Initiative; the Sea-to-Sky Highway; and the Okanagan Lake Bridge. He also brought about the rehabilitation of the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver.
Mr. Doyle recently served with the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games as executive vice president for construction. In this role he was responsible for the 580-million-dollar development and construction of the Games venues.
Mr. Doyle also served as a director of Partnerships BC; a member of the independent panel to review the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority governance structure; the Chair of Rapid Transit 2000; and a Board member of the Canada Line Corporation.
Mr. Doyle is currently Chair of the BC Hydro Board of Directors.
A civil engineer by training, Dan Doyle’s professional expertise has been widely recognized. He was named Canadian Transportation Person of the Year, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the highest recognition awarded by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC, the R.A. McLachlan Memorial Award.