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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

VANCOUVER – Two contracts for preliminary construction work on the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project will go to tender this week. The contracts are for site preparation in order to improve ground conditions for future lane widening.
VICTORIA – With a new year upon us, why not invest in a resolution that could save your life or the life of a loved one or neighbour?
VICTORIA – Drivers are advised that Highway 1 north of Hope and Highway 5 (Coquihalla) are fully closed in both directions due to heavy snowfall. The length of the closure of Highway 1 is unknown at this time, however the Coquihalla is expected to open at 5 p.m.
VICTORIA – As a result of ongoing fiscal discipline and strong economic growth in B.C., the Province of British Columbia is able to support and fund projects that make a real difference to better protect the lives of the citizens of British Columbia.
VANCOUVER – As we head into the Christmas long weekend, the B.C. government thanks all of the crews that have been working around the clock for the past three weeks to keep our roads and bridges safe, as the Lower Mainland has been hit with snow, sleet and wind.
BURNS LAKE – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has just activated four new webcams and installed six new bus shelters along Highway 16 to further boost public safety.
VICTORIA – Construction has finished on a road rehabilitation project to improve access through the Tseycum First Nation west of Sidney. The project fulfils a commitment made by the Province through the Tseycum First Nation West Saanich Road Reconciliation Agreement, signed in 2012.
KAMLOOPS – A project to install inlaid durable pavement markings at two locations in the southern interior is now complete.
VICTORIA – Each year, preventable fires during the holiday season injure British Columbians and cause thousands of dollars in property damage.
PARKSVILLE – This summer, pedestrians and cyclists in the community of French Creek will find improved safety conditions with planned upgrades to Roberton Boulevard between Barclay Crescent and Lowrys Road, announced Parksville-Qualicum MLA Michelle Stilwell on behalf of Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone. 
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