The Highway 1 - Kamloops to Alberta Four-Laning Program is underway and may create travel delays throughout the corridor.
Highway 1 - Kamloops to Alberta - Four Laning
Upgrading the highway to a modern, 100 km/h, four-lane standard, will allow traffic to move more safely and efficiently. Communities will be better connected, and businesses will be better able to move their products throughout the province, through our ports and beyond our borders.
The Province has committed $1.044 billion to upgrading Highway 1 between Kamloops and the Alberta border over the next three years under Budget 2020.
This Highway 1 four-laning project will improve safety and reliability west of the Village of Chase for people travelling along this important corridor.
This portion of the Highway 1 - Kamloops to Alberta program involves four-laning and other improvements along Highway 1 in west Salmon Arm, including intersection upgrades and construction of new frontage roads.
The project involves four laning approximately 1.9 km of Highway 1 in Sicamous. The total project length is 2.45 km and includes replacement of the existing R.W. Bruhn Bridge with a new crossing and intersection improvements between Old Sicamous Road and Silver Sands Road.
This portion of the Highway 1 Kamloops to Alberta program involves expanding the existing brake check area and four-laning a 2 km section of highway 42 km east of Revelstoke.
This portion of the Highway 1 Kamloops to Alberta program involves replacing the two-lane bridge crossing at Quartz Creek, 40 km west of Golden, with a new four-lane bridge, access improvements to forest service roads and widening 4.4 km of two-lane highway to four lanes.
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