Upgrades coming to local highways

Roadworks, supplied by City of Cranbrook

Over 480 kilometres of highways and side roads throughout B.C.’s southern Interior will be upgraded with new surfaces.

The B.C. government said this comes as the province invests more than $122 million on road resurfacing across the region.

A list of the projects set to get underway can be found below:

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

Drivers are asked to travel carefully and obey any road signs or on-site staff around construction sites.


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