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Enhancing Travel Safety in Cache Creek - Cache Creek Crossing Restoration Project

Travellers passing through Cache Creek can anticipate a safer and more reliable journey, thanks to the upcoming Cache Creek Crossing Restoration Project.

This aims to enhance travel safety, particularly for those relying on Highway 97.

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Salmon River Bridge Closes for Upgrades in Early January

To extend the lifespan of the Salmon River Bridge on the 10th Avenue S.W. frontage road, rehabilitation work is scheduled to take place from early January until March 31, 2024.

This crucial infrastructure project aims to enhance the structural integrity of the bridge for long-term sustainability.

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DriveBC Enhances Road Safety with New Cameras and Views

DriveBC took a significant step in enhancing road safety by incorporating 11 additional cameras with 27 new perspectives into its network. This expansion aims to provide drivers with a better picture of traffic and weather conditions, particularly crucial during winter travel.

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure deployed crews across the province to identify optimal locations for these webcams based on the specific needs outlined by contractors, and weather experts.

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Bruhn Bridge Replacement Project in the Works

In order to increase safety and efficiency on Highway 1 in the Shuswap region, the Province is inviting prospective builders to pre-qualify to participate in the bridge replacement project. This marks the beginning of the next phase of the R.W. Bruhn Bridge replacement project.

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Closures planned on Highway 97 near Summerland

For the remainder of December and into the new year, there will be twice-weekly, temporary closures on Highway 97 due to blasting.

While work is ongoing at the location of the August rockslide, Callan Road and Okanagan Lake Provincial Park, north of Summerland, will be closed from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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Enhanced Traffic Flow on Highway 1 South of Spences Bridge

Commencing Friday, December 15, 2023, commuters traveling on Highway 1 south of Spences Bridge will experience expedited travel times with the introduction of two-way traffic. This development follows a meticulous two-year reconstruction effort initiated in the aftermath of the 2021 floods.

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Kicking Horse Canyon UPDATE: November 2023 Traffic Schedule

The Kicking Horse Canyon Constructors (KHCC) is transitioning into full four-lane operation on November 30. This crucial milestone denotes the substantial completion of Phase 4 construction, thereby concluding planned intermittent lane closures and overnight full closures until Spring 2024.

Upon the implementation of the expanded four-lane configuration, the highway will adhere to a posted speed limit of 80 km/h. We request drivers to observe this specified speed limit in the interest of safety.

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Highway 1 Expansion Accelerates: Next Phase has Begun

Phase 3A of the Fraser Valley Highway 1 Corridor Improvement Program has begun, including expansion through the Fraser Valley to the Sumas Prairie, as well as accelerated advance work along the Highway 1 median east of 264th Street.

This work will prepare the area between 264th Street and Mt. Lehman Road for the addition of high occupancy vehicle (HOV)/electric vehicle lanes and other multi-modal upgrades.

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Traffic Impact Update: Steveston Interchange Project

Traffic Impact Update: Steveston Interchange Project

Beginning November 14, there will be new traffic impacts on Steveston Highway for approximately two months of the Steveston Interchange Project.

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Safety Reminders for Drivers Travelling the Trans-Canada Highway through Rogers Pass

As winter is fast approaching, Parks Canada would like to provide a few safety reminders for commercial truck drivers who travel the Trans-Canada Highway through Rogers Pass National Historic Site and Glacier National Park, BC.

Safety is the top priority

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