Other Transportation Infrastructure Projects
Other transportation infrastructure projects are specific construction, rehabilitation or improvements to highways, bridges, ferries and interchanges.
This project will replace the 8th Street Bridge, located on 8th Street (Highway 2) in the City of Dawson Creek.
The Trans-Canada Highway is the main north-south corridor on Vancouver Island and serves as a critical route for moving goods, linking communities, and supporting a thriving tourism industry in the region. The proposed project would contribute to a safer and more reliable connection between Victoria and Duncan.
This project will provide a new bridge over the CP Rail tracks on Highway 3 in Elko, as well as improvements to the intersection at Bate Avenue including the addition of a left-turn lane.
The Highway 14 - Corridor Improvements program will contribute to a safer and more reliable connection between the Veterans Memorial Parkway in Langford, west through the communities of Sooke and Jordan River, and all the way to Port Renfrew.
This project will provide a new bridge over the CP Rail tracks on Highway 3, two kilometres east of Jaffray, and a new bridge crossing Big Sand Creek, approximately 2.5 kilometres east of Jaffray.
Last Updated: June 10, 2022
The Highway 17 Keating Cross Road “Flyover” Overpass Project will allow vehicles to travel this busy corridor more safely and efficiently, helping keep local businesses competitive and promote regional economic growth.
This project consists of widening approximately 1.1km of Highway 97 and intersection improvements at Racing Road and Quesnel-Hydraulic Road.
The Boucherie and Westlake Road Project will increase safety and mobility along the Highway 97 corridor and meet future traffic demands for population and economic growth in the area.
The Quesnel North-South Interconnector is a proposed long-term transportation improvement that would increase safety and significantly reduce congestion, allowing commercial vehicles to avoid the downtown core.
This project will develop a new Commercial Vehicle Inspection Station (CVIS) just east of Terrace to replace the old inspection station displaced by the Highway 16 & 37 Roundabout.
This project will add new lanes to the 32 Avenue interchange entry and exit ramps and lengthen the southbound exit ramp to the 32 Avenue Diversion, increasing safety, mobility and travel time reliability at this busy Highway 99 interface within the City of Surrey.
Last Updated: June 30, 2022
Baxter Bridge, located on Trinity Valley Road approximately 11 kilometres east of Enderby, is nearing the end of its service life. The ministry intends to replace the 1950 bridge, with a modern, reliable two-lane structure when construction funding becomes available.
The counterflow system on the Lions Gate Bridge is being upgraded. Major components of the system will be replaced to ensure its long-term reliability.
The Hagensborg Bridge crosses the Bella Coola River on Salloompt Road, just east of Bella Coola off of Highway 20. The project will replace the existing 2 jump spans with a single span concrete girder.
This project is to replace the deck and rehabilitate the sub-deck of the southbound Simon Fraser Bridge on Highway 97 in Prince George, and to replace the north abutment to improve the current underpass height restrictions, so taller transport trucks can pass underneath on Queensway/Ferry Avenue.
This project will include the rehabilitation and recoating of the Old Skeena Bridge, located 650m northwest of the junction of Highway 16 and 37. The bridge spans the Skeena River and was the original structure that linked the City of Terrace and the community of Thornhill.
Quick Bridge spans the Bulkley River in Quick, British Columbia approximately 25-kilometers south of Smithers, BC. The bridge connects Quick East Road on the north and Quick Station Road on the south and is located approximately 3-kilometers south of Highway 16.
Taft Creek bridge on Highway 37 is located between Meziadin Junction and Bell ll. The bridge requires a new concrete deck and repairs to Pier 3 to maintain safety, reliability and extend the life of the crossing.
Willow River Bridge is located on Upper Fraser Road, approximately 37 km north east of Prince George. The current single lane structure will be replaced with a modern two-lane bridge.
Taylor Bridge spans the Peace River on Highway 97 between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, near the community of Taylor. Engineering work has begun to identify options for a long-term solution for the aging bridge that will serve the region for decades to come.
Other transportation infrastructure projects on Legacy Site are specific construction, rehabilitation or improvements to highways, bridges, ferries and interchanges, currently available on our legacy site.
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