Highway 1 - Hoffman's Bluff to Jade Mountain
The Hoffman’s Bluff to Jade Mountain project will tie into the four laning improvements that were carried out east of Kamloops between Monte Creek and Hoffman’s Bluff. The project involves widening approximately 12 km of highway from Hoffman’s Bluff to Jade Mountain, east of Chase.
The west limit of the project begins approximately 19 km east of the Highway 97 junction at Monte Creek and extends through the Neskonlith Indian Reserve to the Village of Chase before its eastern termination on Jade Mountain.
Project cost: The total project cost is estimated at $199.2 million. The project is cost-shared, with the Government of Canada contributing $55.1 million.
- Read the budget disclosure for the Highway 1 - Hoffman's Bluff to Jade Mountain project (PDF, March 16, 2017)
Improve safety, capacity and movement of goods and services
Improve the reliability of this section of highway
Provide safer access to local roads and businesses
Improve the connection from the Village of Chase to Neskonlith Indian Reserve
Provide infrastructure support for potential development
Widening a 5.4 km section west of Chase to four lanes and other improvements including access management and construction of median barrier.
Status: In preliminary design phase
Widening a 3.5 km of highway to four lanes and other improvements including access management and construction of median barrier on the western end of the Village of Chase.
Status: In detailed design phase
Widening 3.1 km of highway to four lanes and other improvements including access management east of Chase.
Status: In functional design phase