Highway 91 at 72nd Avenue - Interchange Project
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A new interchange at Highway 91 and 72 Avenue will remove the last remaining signalized intersection for through traffic on Highway 91, decreasing congestion and overall travel times along the corridor. This project is part of the strategy to address increased traffic demand on the corridor and over the Alex Fraser Bridge.
Traffic demand on the Highway 91 corridor – and over the Alex Fraser Bridge – continues to grow as development in Surrey and Delta increases. A strategy is being developed to reduce congestion in this area that will meet both short-term and long-term needs. Building an interchange at Highway 91 and 72 Avenue is an important part of this strategy as it will remove the last signalled intersection along the Highway 91 corridor, significantly easing congestion in the area.
$30 million ($20 million provincial, $10 million federal)
Currently presenting the finalized design to the public.
- Increase safety and efficiency for this major Asia-Pacific trade corridor
- Replace traffic signal with an interchange
- Allow for free-flow of traffic in both directions on Highway 91
- Left turn signal for southbound traffic on an elevated interchange off an exit ramp on the west side of the highway
- Tight half diamond interchange design avoids impacts to Burns Bog while providing a grade separated solution for Highway 91 and 72nd Avenue
- Project goes to tender, Summer 2016
- Construction begins Fall 2016
- Construction complete Winter 2018
Public Information Session
Join us for a public information session on the details of the project.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
3:30 pm to 8 pm
North Delta Recreation Centre
11415 84 Avenue, Delta, B.C.The event will provide information on the project design details and give the public an opportunity to learn more about the project. ministry staff will be available to provide information and answer questions.