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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

KELOWNA – Starting today, the public will have more opportunities to participate in the transportation planning study of the Central Okanagan through the new website at:
QUESNEL – As part of B.C. on the Move, the Province’s new 10-year transportation plan, work is underway to four lane Highway 97 between Dragon Lake Road and Quartz Road south of Quesnel, to improve safety and mobility along this important corridor.
KELOWNA – Starting May 19, you can have your say on existing conditions and performance of the Highway 97 corridor in the Okanagan, including any traffic congestion concerns you may have.
KAMLOOPS – Two new traffic signals went into operation Thursday in Dufferin at the Copperhead Drive Interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway.
KELOWNA – Norm Letnick, MLA for Kelowna-Lake Country announced today on behalf of Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone that the ministry will install concrete median barriers on approximately nine kilometres of Highway 97 between Kelowna and Lake Country to improve safety for motorists. The total project budget is $2.5 million.
KAMLOOPS – Two new web cams are now operational on Highway 5 to give drivers a real-time update of traffic volumes on river crossings in Kamloops, announced Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone.
LILLOOET – Working together to improve safety and access, Todd Stone, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, along with Chief Michelle Edwards of the Cayoose Creek Indian Band, finalized an agreement on Friday that outlines plans to co-manage and co-develop the replacement of the Lillooet Station Bridge on Highway 99 south of Lillooet.
LANGFORD – As part of B.C. on the Move, the Province’s new 10-year transportation plan, improvements will be made to reduce congestion and improve safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists on Highway 1 in Langford. 
KAMLOOPS – The Province’s new 10-year transportation plan, B.C. on the Move, prioritizes investments in our transportation network, and highlights our commitment to continued improvements to Highway 1 between Kamloops and the Alberta border.
KAMLOOPS – The Government of B.C. continues to invest in the reliability and safety of the provincial highway and side road network through B.C. on the Move, the Province’s 10-year transportation plan.
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