Quesnel Transportation Study
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure committed $300,000 over two years for a Highway 97 corridor analysis to determine the traffic patterns and long-term transportation needs of Quesnel.
Evaluation of the Highway 97 Corridor
The study examines the corridor from the Highway 97/Barkerville Highway Junction to Basalt Road in the Quesnel area. Within 14 kilometres, conditions along Highway 97 change significantly as a result of the challenging geography.
You are invited to provide input on transportation needs for the Highway 97 corridor through Quesnel. Your input will help us to explore short, medium and long-term solutions to meet the needs of Quesnel and highway users.
Monday, April 3
4 pm to 8 pm
Quesnel Senior’s Centre
461 Carson Avenue
The event will present the results of Phase 1 of the study and give the public an opportunity to provide input for exploring options in Phase 2.
Open House Materials
- Highway 97 Quesnel Transportation Study - Phase 1 - Existing Conditions - Final Report September 2016 (PDF, 3.8MB)
- Highway 97 Quesnel Transportation Study - Phase 1 - Existing Conditions - Appendix (PDF, 1MB)
- Display Boards (PDF, 3.9MB)
- Consultation Companion (PDF, 14.5MB)
- Online Survey
Phase 1 - Existing Conditions (2015/16)
Status: Study completed and results presented to the Regional District, City Council, and Cariboo North MLA on April 20, 2016.
This phase includes data collection, needs assessment and problem definition. Data was collected on traffic volumes, traffic patterns and the performance of the existing infrastructure and intersections from a safety, reliability and mobility perspective.
Phase 2 - Future Conditions (2016/17)
This phase will generate and assess short- medium- and long-term improvement concepts.