Construction will soon start on the Mufford/64th Ave at Highway 10 project to improve road safety and reduce the response time of emergency vehicles, while minimizing the impact on agriculture land in the Langley area.
Construction of the Combo Project, an important investment along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC), was celebrated today.
La réduction de la congestion routière à Surrey et à Langley accroîtra l’avantage concurrentiel de la porte d’entrée de l’Asie-Pacifique
La construction du Projet combiné, qui représente un investissement important le long du corridor ferroviaire Roberts Bank, a été soulignée aujourd’hui.
BA Blacktop, the Township of Langley and the City of Surrey are beginning construction activities in the vicinity of 64 Avenue and 196 Street and 196 Street and Willowbrook Drive. The work, part of the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor program, begins July 23rd.
BA Blacktop will begin pile driving set-up and related activities on the 196th Street overpass at Landmark Way and Highway 10. The work will take place between the hours of 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Monday to Saturday.
Mayor Lois E. Jackson and other stakeholders celebrate the grand opening of the 80th Street Overpass in Delta; a key passage along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC).
TSAWWASSEN, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Local commuters, farmers and truckers now have a safer, more reliable route to cross Deltaport Way at 41B Street without being delayed by long trains and truck traffic, thanks to a newly completed overpass.
LANGLEY – The Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) has approved the new design concept for the Mufford/64th Ave. at Highway 10 rail overpass. Drivers have faced delays crossing rail lines near the Township of Langley because of long trains carrying B.C. exports to Roberts Bank for Asia and the world. The new overpass will provide them with an alternate route over the tracks that will reduce delays, improve road safety and provide better response times for emergency vehicles.
Today, the Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, Linda Reid, MLA for Richmond East and Deputy Speaker on behalf of the Honourable Blair Lekstrom, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure and Robin Silvester, President and CEO of Port Metro Vancouver, joined Mayor Lois E. Jackson and other stakeholders to celebrate the construction of the 80 Street Overpass in Delta; an important investment along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC).
Canada's New Government has concluded a multi-stakeholder agreement for road/rail grade separation projects along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor under the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative. This work, for which the federal government is investing up to $75 million, will contribute to more efficient road and rail operations and enhance the quality of life for residents along the rail corridor.