The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is rehabilitating highways and bridges on Vancouver Island, 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.
On Vancouver Island, a number of highway infrastructure upgrade projects are recently completed, underway, or soon to be underway, in 2019.
Highlighted projects include:
- Highway 1 McKenzie Interchange ($85 million)
- Highway 1 Malahat four-laning, median barrier and access upgrade — recently completed ($34 million)
- Highway 1 Douglas street priority northbound bus lanes ($9.5 million)
- Highway 14 corridor improvements ($10 million)
- Highway 19 bridge repairs and seismic upgrade in Campbell River ($2.9 million)
- Highway 19 resurfacing near Courtenay ($2.7 million)
- Highway 19 Campbell Way intersection improvements near Port McNeill ($1.8 million)
- Highway 19A resurfacing in Nanaimo — recently completed ($4 million)
- Highway 4 safety improvements at Kennedy Lake ($38.1 million)
- Highway 1 Koksilah River bridge seismic retrofit — recently completed ($2.2 million)