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KAMLOOPS – A dedicated left-turn lane on Highway 1 at Gardi Road near Kamloops has opened to traffic, improving safety for local residents, tourists and commercial drivers.
VICTORIA – Effective immediately, the province is expanding its network of where trucks can haul heavy, high value cargo, such as oversized construction materials used in the oil and gas industry.
COQUITLAM – Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Peter Fassbender on behalf of Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone was joined by Ron McKinnon, MP for Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam and TransLink board chair Barry Forbes to celebrate the completion of the tunnel boring, an important milestone in the construction of the Evergreen Line.
CAMPBELL RIVER – Planning work is about to start for a potential new passing lane on Highway 19 between Campbell River and Sayward.
KELOWNA – Do you want to have your say on traffic congestion issues and potential solutions in the Central Okanagan region? If so, now is your chance.
SMITHERS – The Highway 16 transportation symposium held in Smithers resulted in a successful and constructive discussion between over 90 community participants to address transportation challenges and explore opportunities to improve services.
VICTORIA – Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone has issued the following statement on the Highway 16 transportation symposium taking place in Smithers: 
LANGFORD – A new, $5-million southbound off-ramp at the Leigh Road Interchange on Highway 1 will open this weekend, improving access to the City of Langford.
FORT NELSON – Work is underway on the new Fort Nelson River Bridge on Highway 77. The $35-million project is part of the Province’s 10 year transportation plan, B.C. on the Move.
CHETWYND – The new Wildmare Bridge on Highway 97 is now complete, announced Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone. The $4.1-million project is part of the Province’s 10-year transportation plan, B.C. on the Move.
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