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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

MALAKWA – Today, the governments of Canada and British Columbia announced a funding commitment to build a new four-lane Malakwa Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) to replace the existing two-lane bridge. The new crossing will better handle the increased traffic volume and larger truck loads on this important highway.
PARKSVILLE – Upgrades to a key intersection on Highway 19A will improve safety and mobility for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, local residents and visitors.
KAMLOOPS – As part of the B.C. government’s focus on highway safety, a new Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement (CVSE) pullout has opened on Highway 5A to further improve safety for all motorists.
VICTORIA – Thirteen communities throughout British Columbia will receive more than $1.18 million in BikeBC funding this year to expand and build cycling lanes, trails and paths for B.C. families. Cycling contributes to increased physical activity and helps reduce greenhouse gases.
KELOWNA – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is hosting an open house to get feedback from motorists on improvements being planned for Westside Road from Waterfront Farm to Blue Grouse.
BOSTON BAR – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites you to attend an open house to provide feedback about proposed boundary changes to Nahatlatch Provincial Park in the Fraser Canyon.
KALEDEN – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen are partnering to build a pedestrian pathway next to Lakehill Road in Kaleden.
OLIVER – The B.C. government is working with the Town of Oliver on a project that includes resurfacing a 25-kilometre stretch of Highway 97 in 2015.
SUMMERLAND – Soon there will be another way to get around and enjoy the District of Summerland.
VERNON – The government of B.C. will install concrete median barriers on approximately 11 kilometres of Highway 97 between Lake Country and Vernon to improve safety for motorists.
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