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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

SQUAMISH – Plans are in motion to explore improved transit service for the Sea to Sky corridor – a growing region that the B.C. government has identified as a priority area for expansion.
VICTORIA – Two public information sessions will be held in early November to discuss  recent revisions to the road and bridge maintenance contract in the East Kootenay.
REVELSTOKE – Several repaving projects, including the resurfacing of over 60 kilometres of Highway 23N, have now wrapped up in the Revelstoke area.
PORT ALBERNI – Resurfacing work in two areas on Vancouver Island is now complete with construction wrapped up along Highway 4 near Tofino and Hector Road in Port Alberni.
VANCOUVER – A new program to help inspire students throughout the province to do their part to prepare British Columbia families and communities for emergencies is now available in B.C. classrooms.
MERRITT – The realignment and paving of Douglas Lake Road, approximately 40 kilometres east of Merritt, is complete and is providing safer driving conditions for locals, travellers and businesses along this route.
VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia is inviting smaller and regional airports in B.C. to apply for $10 million in airport infrastructure funding through the 2017-18 B.C. Air Access Program.
VICTORIA – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is committing $8 million in BikeBC funding to communities for 2017-18, to enhance and expand cycling infrastructure such as bike lanes, multi-use paths and trails, and cycling/pedestrian bridges.
WEST VANCOUVER – Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will be seeking input from Sunshine Coast residents and other interested individuals and organizations on the potential of a highway link between the Sunshine Coast and Lower Mainland, as part of its Sunshine Coast Fixed Link Feasibility Study.
GOLD RIVER – Construction has finished on a bridge replacement project over Saunders Creek on Highway 28, providing a wider, more dependable crossing with better access for drivers and cyclists for years to come.
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