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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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Kicking Horse Canyon – November 2023 Traffic Schedule

The Kicking Horse Canyon Constructors (KHCC) will be implementing intermittent lane closures and overnight full closures on the Trans-Canada Highway for the Kicking Horse Canyon Phase 4 construction through November.

You can visit the Project’s highway status calendar for November 2023 traffic closures and ongoing schedules here.

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Your Input is Needed: Highway 37 and 37A Corridor

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is conducting a corridor planning study of Highway 37 and 37A to identify opportunities for improvements to ensure the safe, efficient, and reliable movement of people and goods over the next 25 years. 

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Your Input is Needed: Highway Winter Maintenance Contractors

As the winter season approaches, the BC Government is preparing for increased focus on winter maintenance and safety measures. BCTA has asked that the Province include carriers in the review of highway winter maintenance contractors, and they have partially responded to our request.

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Translink Wants to Hear from You: Burrard Peninsula Area Transport Plan

TransLink’s Burrard Peninsula Area Transport Plan (BP ATP) is identifying recommended actions related to transit, cycling, walking, driving and goods movement for the transportation network within the Burrard Peninsula. This area includes Burnaby, New Westminster, Vancouver, and Electoral Area A, which includes the University of British Columbia (UBC) and the surrounding University Endowment Lands (UEL).

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Trans-Canada Highway Improvements Begin in Shuswap Region

Construction on the Trans-Canada Highway between Ford Road and Tappen Valley Road is underway to improve safety, reliability and efficiency for travellers and the movement of goods.  

The project is part of a series of planned improvements to the Trans-Canada Highway, such as:

  • widening the two-lane highway to four lanes;
  • replacing the aging Tappen overpass and constructing frontage roads; and
  • a commercial and passenger vehicle pullout.

Work will require three construction seasons and is expected to be complete in 2026.

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Central Okanagan Transportation Strategy to Support Movement of Goods

A new comprehensive transportation strategy for the Central Okanagan between Lake Country and Peachland looks at projects that will help support the economy and the movement of goods and create a cleaner environment. 

The Central Okanagan Integrated Transportation Strategy (CO-ITS) recognizes Highway 97 as the hub of the area’s transportation network, connecting 10 urban centres and providing vital links to the Lower Mainland and Alberta. Several priority projects for Highway 97 recommended in the strategy include:

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