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KAMLOOPS – Another hot-in-place asphalt resurfacing project is now complete in the Kamloops area.
VALEMOUNT – Work is almost complete on the project to increase the clearance at two consecutive CN Rail overheads on Highway 5 at Tete Jaune Cache, about 18 kilometres north of Valemount.
VICTORIA – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has submitted its application to the Provincial Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) for an environmental certificate to construct the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.
VICTORIA – The Trans-Canada Highway is the main north-south corridor on Vancouver Island and serves as a critical route for moving goods, linking communities, and supporting a thriving tourism industry in the region.
MAPLE RIDGE – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is starting design work on an upcoming safety improvement project in Maple Ridge, to install median barrier on a 6.6-kilometre section of Highway 7, stretching from 240th to 272nd streets.
WHISTLER – The IRONMAN Whistler/Pemberton Triathlon will take place on Sunday, July 24, 2016. To ensure safety, travellers are advised to expect delays and closures on Highway 99 between Whistler and Pemberton from 7 a.m. until approximately 5:30 p.m. Additional closures will be in effect on Callaghan Valley Road and Pemberton Meadows Road during the event.
VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia is providing more than $8 million in funding this year to support infrastructure improvements at 23 community and regional airports in B.C.
DUNCAN – Improved infrastructure, modernized technology and newer and cleaner buses are topping the list of BC Transit projects for the Cowichan Valley soon to roll out under phase one of the new Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.
CAMPBELL RIVER – Improved infrastructure and modernized technology are topping the list of BC Transit projects for Campbell River soon to roll out under phase one of the new Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.
PRINCE RUPERT – The Government of B.C. is providing $300,000 in B.C. Air Access Program funding to support infrastructure improvements at Prince Rupert Airport.
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