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GOLDEN – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites the public to attend an information session regarding the future replacement of Kicking Horse River Bridges One and Two, located on Highway 95 in Golden.
KAMLOOPS – Kamloops residents should be advised that the Red Bridge on Mt Paul Way in Kamloops will be closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, for bridge maintenance to reinforce the wooden deck and repair the pothole at the south end of the bridge.
VICTORIA – The start of construction on the much-anticipated Highway 1 Admirals Road/ McKenzie interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway west of Victoria has begun. This, just over a year after it was first announced.
VICTORIA – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is increasing BikeBC funding for cycling infrastructure projects to $8 million for the 2017-18 fiscal year and will be opening the application intake this fall.
VICTORIA – British Columbians will soon benefit from more improvements for safer highways in their home communities, thanks to a 50% increase to the province’s Community Safety Enhancement Program.
REVELSTOKE – Drivers can expect the following delays on the TransCanada Highway, 19 kilometres west of Revelstoke, as crews work to install the Remote Avalanche Control Systems.
VICTORIA – The Province has unveiled its plan to rejuvenate and add to the Stop of Interest signs located on highways across British Columbia.
VICTORIA – Winter weather is just around the corner and the ministry is reminding motorists that B.C.’s winter tire rules come into effect as of Oct. 1.
CHILLIWACK – Safety and efficiency improvements are being planned for the Lickman Road and Highway 1 interchange in Chilliwack, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone announced while speaking to the Chilliwack Rotary Club.
PRINCE GEORGE – Drivers along Highway 16 and visitors to the Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Park are advised that there will be additional closures of the parking lot and Universal Boardwalk and Trail for September and early October, as the Province continues highway intersection improvements and parking lot upgrades to increase the safety and accessibility of the new park.
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