Backgrounder: Residents and businesses of British Columbia to enjoy safer and more efficient travel 

Backgrounder

Residents and businesses of British Columbia to enjoy safer and more efficient travel <br /> Investment of more than $185.1 million

The Government of Canada is investing a total of $185,122,390 in six road projects in British Columbia to improve the efficiency and safety of key transportation networks and build a strong economy. This financial support comes from the New Building Canada Fund, Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component—National and Regional Projects.

Project list

Project name Location Federal funding
Trans-Canada Highway 1: Ford Road to Tappen Valley Road District of Columbia Shuswap $82,142,934
Trans-Canada Highway 1: Four-Laning from Jumping Creek to Jack MacDonald Snow Shed District of Columbia Shuswap $45,741,474
Trans-Canada Highway 1: Selkirk Mountain Four-Laning Town of Golden $31,515,980
Highway 93/95: Corridor Upgrades and Radium Intersection Improvements Town of Golden $17,971,615
Alaska Highway 97 and Swanson Lumber Road Intersection Improvements City of Fort St. John; District of Taylor $4,735,000
Highway 3: Addition of Westbound Passing Lane Village of Jaffray $3,015,927

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