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Highway upgrades begin in B.C.’s southern interior

Highway upgrades begin in B.C.’s southern interior

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – The Province of British Columbia has begun work to upgrade 482 kilometres (km) of highways and side roads in B.C.’s southern interior.

Approximately 33 km of Highway 97 will be repaved this summer from Tuc el Nuit Road, north of Oliver, northward through the community of Okanagan Falls to White Lake Road, along with area side roads, a release said.

Peter Bros Construction Ltd. has been awarded an $8.9-million contract to deliver the project with work expected for completion by October 2024.

Other major resurfacing projects taking place in the region over the coming months include:

  • Highway 3 Cranbrook arterial and area side roads (25.5 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 1 Revelstoke to four-lane (15.2 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 93 Roosville to Junction of Highway 3 (37 km) – Seal coat
  • Highway 3B Trail area (14 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 22 Trail to Castlegar (20 km) – Hot-in-place recycling
  • Highway 31A New Denver to Fish Lake (13 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 6 Nakusp to Burton (36 km) – Hot-in-place recycled asphalt resurfacing
  • Highway 33 Beaverdell to Carmi (9 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Slocan Valley side roads (17 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 97 Swan Lake to Hanna Road intermittent (52 km) – Hot-in-place recycled asphalt resurfacing
  • Highway 3 Riverside Campground to Keremeos (16 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 1 Hoffman’s Bluff to Little River intermittent (17 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Cherryville area side roads (25 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 97C Elkhart Brake Check to John’s Creek (23 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 1 Valleyview to Orchards Walk and Barriere area side roads (40 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 97 Lynes Pit to Cody intermittent and Quesnel area side roads (67 km) – Conventional resurfacing
  • Highway 26 Forest service road (FSR) 500 to Wingdam (21 km) – Conventional resurfacing

More than $122 million will be invested in 2024 to resurface southern interior highways and local roads, the release said.

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