#Get2Yes Projects

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Build a New Taylor Bridge

The Taylor Bridge was built in 1960 and is 721 metres long, spanning the Peace River on Highway 97 between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, near the community of Taylor. Current traffic volume on Highway 97 between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John is approximately 7,500 vehicles per day, 30 per cent of which is commercial vehicle traffic. This bridge is now in disrepair. Past inspection reports have outlined some of the bridge’s major problems: "Steel grid deck and catwalk deterioration. Localized corrosion issues. High/increasing maintenance costs and traffic delays for deck repairs. Major route. Long detours." On the...

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A Replacement for the Massey Tunnel

The George Massey Tunnel is a critical component of a transportation network that supports the local, regional and provincial economies, as well as facilitating trade through the Asia-Pacific Gateway. Since the Tunnel opened in 1959, Metro Vancouver’s population and economy have grown significantly. As a result, traffic congestion and safety at the George Massey Tunnel have become major issues, and Delta, Surrey, ICBA and others have worked tirelessly to make it a priority issue for the Provincial government. A new crossing is urgently needed to improve safety, reduce vehicle collisions and improve emergency response times at the existing George Massey...

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Expand Highway 1 from Langley to Chilliwack

The Fraser Valley is booming – and our roads haven’t kept up. Government needs to keep B.C. moving by expanding Highway 1 to six lanes between Langley and Chilliwack – and improving the woefully inadequate and unsafe merge lanes.

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BC Deserves Fair, Open Tendering

Giving the NDP millions of dollars in donations shouldn’t mean a monopoly on taxpayer-funded construction, but the NDP Government has announced sweeping changes to government procurement policy by bringing back restrictive and regressive 1990s-style project labour agreements. This is a radical departure from the fair, open and transparent process that has successfully built our province over much of its history.