More than $106 million has been spent and committed by the Province, together with federal and local partners, into transportation in the Southern Interior (Cariboo District) since 2015.
The following list captures projects that have been recently completed or committed. This funding also includes investments in airports, cycling infrastructure and transit services.
- $200 million – Highway 97 four-laning – Cariboo Connector Phase 3.
- 47 million – Highway 97 four-laning Williams Lake to Lexington Road.
- $7.8 million – Highway 97 four-laning from Quartz Road to Dragon Lake Road.
- $4 million – Highway 97 resurfacing Cottonwood River Bridge to Naver Creek.
- $6.9 million – Highway 20 resurfacing – Bella Coola/Anahim Lake/Towdystan and side roads.
- $640,000 – Highway 97 – Four-laning Carson Road to Toop/Fox Mountain Road.
BikeBC / Air Access investment:
- Lillooet Municipal, runway, fuel and building upgrades: $110,508.
- South Cariboo Regional Airport, runway enhancements: $18,375.
- South Cariboo Regional Airport (108 Mile): $26,250 for the purchase and installation of a new emergency generator.
- Williams Lake Airport: $486,387 to rehabilitate the runway and taxiway.
- Quesnel Regional, security gates and GPS approach: $117,900.
- Williams Lake Regional, fuel system upgrade: $150,000.
- Williams Lake: $37,500 for obstacle clearance.
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