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Kicking Horse Canyon Project, Phase 4 close to completion. Final work on Phase 4 of the Kicking Horse Canyon Project will begin on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, and drivers are advised to expect lane closures and minor delays throughout the spring.

Highway 1 will be reduced to lane one in each direction through Kicking Horse Canyon for the duration of the remaining project work. Full closures of up to two hours are scheduled for April 3, April 15, April 29 and May 13, as well as early mornings on June 10, June 11, June 24 and June 25.

Drivers may encounter two-minute stoppages until project completion later in the spring. Drivers are asked to obey signs and watch for traffic-control personnel. Drivers are also reminded that the speed limit on this section of the Trans-Canada Highway is reduced to 50 km/h until the work is completed. When the new four-lane divided highway is completed it will have a speed limit of 100 km/h.

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To see the full calendar of closures and more information about the Kicking Horse Canyon project, visit:


Columbia Street – One Month Closure

Starting on Tuesday, April 2, Fraser Crossing Partners will implement a one-month full closure of Columbia Street and the Central Valley Greenway between McBride Boulevard and Elliot Street. This closure is required for crews to lift steel girders over the roadway between the bridge foundations on either side of Columbia Street

While this closure is in effect, drivers will be detoured to Royal Avenue. The Columbia Street loop-ramp will also be closed, but access to the Pattullo Bridge will be maintained at all times via McBride Boulevard (Bridge Connector) and the Royal Avenue on-ramp.

Columbia Street between 6th Street and Elliot Street will remain open for local traffic. Access to and from all businesses on Columbia Street and Front Street Mews will be maintained at all times.


Douglas Road Water Main Replacement Project

Metro Vancouver is replacing the existing Douglas Road Water Main which spans 15 kilometres between North Burnaby and the City of New Westminster. The Still Creek Section is approximately 2.2 kilometres long and is located primarily along Douglas Road in the Still Creek neighbourhood of Burnaby.

Currently block-by-block full road closures along Douglas Road in Burnaby (between Regent St. and Sprott St.) that impact traffic – particularly large truck traffic. Trucks are currently detoured off that stretch of Douglas Road, until they are able to travel all the way through Douglas Rd. again – in Summer 2024.

Learn More

To see the full calendar of closures and more information about the Douglas road water main project, visit here.

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