Public Consultation Opportunities

Take the opportunity to hear, get informed and speak up about transportation issues.

Lower Mainland and Coast:

  • Brunette Interchange Project
    Located on Highway 1, the Brunette Avenue interchange is heavily used by highway traffic headed for Coquitlam and New Westminster. Improving the Brunette overpass is critical for moving people and goods in this area and for emergency vehicles trying to get to and from Royal Columbian Hospital. Currently, this interchange is often a bottleneck on the Highway 1 corridor, especially at peak times. The BC Government is looking at options to unclog the bottleneck and get traffic moving again.

  • George Massey Tunnel Replacement
    The George Massey Tunnel is a key component of the regional and provincial transportation system, carrying more than 80,000 vehicles each day.  In response to growing concerns about the impact of congestion, and recognizing that the existing tunnel has about 10 years of useful life remaining, the Province of British Columbia has committed to constructing a replacement.
  • McKenzie Interchange Project
    The Province of B.C. and the Government of Canada are investing $85 million in the development and construction of the McKenzie Interchange Project, a new interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway at the Intersection with Admirals Road and McKenzie Avenue in Saanich. This intersection is the number one bottleneck in the province outside of the Lower Mainland. The project will help improve traffic flow in the Capital Regional District while reducing collisions and improving pedestrian and cyclist safety.

Interior, North and East:

  • Highway 97 - Peachland Transportation Study
    Input from the community engagement activities will be considered, along with technical data, government priorities and other information in evaluating options to meet future transportation needs of the Highway 97 Peachland Transportation Corridor.            
  • Okanagan Lake Second Crossing Project - Planning Study
    The purpose of the study is to develop potential route proposals to address future mobility in the Central Okanagan area. The study will look at the needs of the travelling public, community land-use plans, provincial transportation priorities and a possible future second crossing of Okanagan Lake.