Fraser Valley Highway 1 Corridor Improvement Program

Through the Fraser Valley Highway 1 Corridor Improvement Program, the Province of B.C. is improving Highway 1 in the Fraser Valley to better serve the growing region and the more than 80,000 motorists who use the highway between Langley and Abbotsford, and through the Sumas Prairie into Chilliwack every day.

We are taking a phased approach to effectively develop and implement improvements.

Map Fraser Valley Highway 1 Corridor Improvement Program Phases 1 to 4


Services and information topics

Highway 1 - Highway 11 through Sumas

Photo of Whatcom showing four lanes of traffic flowing underneath overhead bridge

Phase 4 - extends from Highway 11 through Sumas Prairie into Chilliwack (approximately 17 km) new phase in development.

Highway 1 - 264th to Highway 11

Improvements to Highway 1 between 264th Street and Highway 11 (a total of 21 km) are being developed in two parts: Phase 3A and Phase 3B.

Highway 1 - 216th to 264th Widening

Photo of Glover Road showing two lanes each direction with an overhead bridge, located in a farmland area with coniferous and deciduous trees flanking the highway into the distance.

Phase 2 - from 216th Street to 264th Street (10 km) is currently under construction.

Highway 1 and 216th Interchange

Highway 1 - Fraser Valley - 216 Interchange overhead view

Phase 1 - from 202nd Street to 216th Street (4 km) was completed in September 2020.

Contact information

Fraser Valley Highway 1 Corridor Improvement Program Logo-showing BC Sun with green valley and road running through



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