The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is rehabilitating highways and bridges in the Lower Mainland, and is building new infrastructure where it is needed.
The B.C. government will continue to invest in transportation infrastructure for the safe, reliable and efficient movement of people and goods.
In the Lower Mainland, a number of highway infrastructure upgrade projects are underway, or soon to be underway, in 2018.
Highlighted projects include:
- Pattullo Bridge replacement in Metro Vancouver ($1.377 billion)
- Highway 91/17 and Deltaport Way upgrade (includes improvements to Highway 91, Highway 91 Connector, Highway 17, and Deltaport Way/27B Avenue) ($245 million)
- Highway 1 Lower Lynn improvements in North Vancouver ($198 million)
- Highway 7 corridor safety enhancements ($70 million):
- Four-lane expansion with median barrier in Mission,
- Intersection improvements along the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge, and
- Harris Road intersection upgrade in Pitt Meadows.
- Rosedale Overhead widening and seismic safety retrofit in Agassiz ($9.3 million)
- Variable Speed Limit systems on Highways 1 and 3 in the Fraser Valley ($25 million)
- Highway 13 widening and safety improvements from 8th Avenue to 0 Avenue ($25.5 million)
- Highway 91 and 72nd Avenue interchange ($30 million)
- Alex Fraser Bridge capacity improvement project — creating a seventh lane, and adding a moveable barrier ($70 million)