August 8, 2019, Peachland, B.C. - The Phase 1 results of the Peachland Transportation Study have been released, identifying three preferred route options that will improve safety and travel times along the Highway 97 corridor.
August 6, 2019, B.C. - Lakes District Maintenance Inc. will continue being responsible for highway maintenance in Service Area 28 (Stikine), which includes the provincial roadways for Atlin, Cassiar and Dease Lake and highways 2 and 37.
July 31, 2019, Yukon - The North Klondike Highway will receive major upgrades to improve safety and increase capacity on one of Yukon’s busiest highways.
July 23, 2019, Sherbrooke, Que. - The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, minister of infrastructure and communities, and François Bonnardel, Quebec's minister of transport and minister responsible for the Estrie region, announced the start of construction on the third and final component of Phase II of the Highway 410 extension.
July 23, 2019 - People travelling through the Highway 1/McKenzie Avenue interchange project will see a big change as the precast concrete box beams for the future Highway 1 underpass are lifted into place this weekend, July 20 and 21, 2019.
Driving into Manitoba any time soon? Get the shocks ready.
At 5 a.m. on June 24 - Fête Nationale du Québec - cars got the green light to begin rolling inbound across Canada’s newest bridge. A week later, on Canada Day, the outbound lanes opened to traffic. Beside it, the original Champlain Bridge, in all of its architectural glory, now sits empty, awaiting dismantling.
Emil Anderson Construction has been awarded the contract for a four-laning project on the Trans-Canada Highway that will improve safety, efficiency and capacity along this section of Highway 1.
Travellers along Highway 16 will soon benefit from a $5-million project to enhance safety at the Canadian National rail crossing outside Terrace.
New maintenance contracts with stricter safety measures have been awarded for three service areas in northern B.C., ensuring better highway conditions during winter weather.
A resurfacing project on Highway 3 near Princeton is now underway, marking the start of a busy season of resurfacing in the southern Interior that will cover more than 400 kilometres of highways and side roads.
Work will get underway in summer 2019 to resurface two sections of Highway 16, improving safety and efficiency for people travelling through the area.
Investing in transportation infrastructure is critical to connecting communities, helping businesses compete and creating a strong economy and middle class.
Drivers and residents are advised of night-time demolition of the Old Mountain Highway Overpass, as part of the Lower Lynn Improvement Project to ease congestion on the North Shore.
Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians will soon have a safer crossing on Highway 3 as work on a new Lizard Creek Bridge gets underway.
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