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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

SKIDEGATE – The Government of B.C. and BC Ferries have agreed to add more ferry sailings between Skidegate and Prince Rupert to better serve the increasing number of travellers on this route.
KAMLOOPS – A major bridge rehabilitation project on the Coquihalla Highway will begin this spring, extending the life of this steel-arch bridge, as well as increasing safety along this important corridor.
NORTH VANCOUVER – The public is invited to attend a drop-in information session on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, to learn more about the $36-million Mountain Highway Interchange project designed to improve safety and traffic flow on Highway 1 north of the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows crossing.
KAMLOOPS – Investing in modern, safe and efficient roadways is critical to connecting communities, helping businesses efficiently move their goods to domestic and international markets, and building a strong economic future for all Canadians.
SICAMOUS – As part of the Highway 1 Kamloops to Alberta four-laning program, the results of a public consultation on the Highway 1 RW Bruhn Bridge Replacement Project are now available online at:
NORTH VANCOUVER – The project to improve safety and access along Highway 1 through the Lower Lynn Corridor, just north of the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing is moving forward with the contract now tendered for the new, $36 million Mountain Highway Interchange.
COURTENAY – Two projects are set to get underway this paving season that will provide smoother, safer access between Courtenay and Campbell River, and extend the life of the road surface.
NORTH VANCOUVER – The Province intends to introduce a new tax credit for B.C.’s volunteer firefighters and search and rescue volunteers as part of Balanced Budget 2017.
VICTORIA – Ministry crews are preparing to re-open Highway 5 (Coquihalla) by 2 p.m. today. In anticipation of this, the ministry wants to ensure motorists are aware of conditions and:
VICTORIA – Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone released the following statement, following BC Ferries’ Board of Directors announcement of Mark Collins as the corporation’s new president and CEO:
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