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The 2021 Flood Road Recovery Projects are being undertaken to address the transportation impact on these routes (Highways 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 11, 19, 99 and other side roads).
The Trans-Canada Highway 1 is the primary east-west connection through British Columbia. It is our main gateway to the rest of Canada, and a vital route for travel, tourism and trade.
The Trans-Canada Highway 1 is the primary east-west connection through B.C. and a major transportation route in the Fraser Valley. It is our main gateway to the rest of Canada, a vital route for travel, tourism and trade, and an important community connection for Fraser Valley residents.
All four phases of the Lower Lynn Improvements Project are complete, providing improved traffic flow and better active transportation options for more than 120,000 daily commuters.
The Belleville Terminal Redevelopment Project will provide a safe, secure, state-of-the-art international gateway terminal for passengers and goods. The upgraded terminal will meet Canada's obligations under the Canada-US Land, Rail, Marine, and Air Transport Preclearance Agreement (LRMA). It will also help drive the regional, provincial and national economies while creating a welcoming port of entry for tourists and business travellers alike.
The Cariboo Road Recovery Projects are being undertaken to address the transportation impact at these 10 major locations.
The Surrey Langley SkyTrain project will extend the Expo Line 16 kilometres primarily along Fraser Highway from King George SkyTrain Station in Surrey to 203 St. in Langley City. It will improve regional connections and provide fast, frequent, and reliable transit service for people and businesses across Metro Vancouver, especially south of the Fraser River.
Other transportation infrastructure projects are specific construction, rehabilitation or improvements to highways, bridges, ferries and interchanges.
- Dawson Creek 8th Street Structure Replacement
- Highway 1 - Malahat Safety Improvements
- Highway 3 Elko Overhead Replacement
- Highway 3 - Jaffray Overhead and Big Sand Creek Bridge
- Highway 17 Keating Cross Overpass
- Highway 14 - Corridor Improvements
- Highway 95 Kicking Horse River Bridges
- Highway 97 - Boucherie and Westlake Road
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