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Surrey Bridgeview residents call for an end to the city's 'blind eye'

Overflowing ditches with garbage, ramshackled homes full of rats and broken down roads. This is what City of  Surrey’s Bridgeview residents live in every day, and they say they’re tired of it. 459 more words


ANALYSIS: Like many before, the BC NDP are building big things where their voters are

For more evidence that the NDP government is very Lower Mainland-centric, look no further than last week’s announcement that it would replace the Pattullo Bridge… 729 more words


Pattullo: A question for Andrew Wilkinson

From the CBC:

B.C. Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson questioned why the provincial government couldn’t get federal funding for the Pattullo Bridge replacement as well.

“Normally major infrastructure projects have a large component of federal financing.

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With Pattullo Bridge replacement resolved, focus turns to Broadway subway, Surrey LRT

Taking the Pattullo Bridge replacement off TransLink’s balance sheet won’t speed up progress on the region’s other two megaprojects, according to the vice-chair of the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation. 540 more words


Patullo Bridge Replacement

Province of BC picture on flickr

Premier Horgan announced today that the province is going to take over the replacement of the Pattullo Bridge.

I must admit that I was somewhat surprised, but on reflection I think Horgan’s announcement of the removal of tolls on the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges left him nowhere else to go. 876 more words


Provincial government to fund brand new Pattullo Bridge

The provincial government is picking up the entire tab for a $1.377 billion Pattullo Bridge replacement. Premier John Horgan announced Friday morning that the province is taking over operating the span from Translink once it is completed in 2023. 284 more words


Province announces plans to replace Pattullo Bridge

B.C. Premier John Horgan has announced the NDP’s plans to replace the aging Pattullo Bridge.

Construction on the four-lane $1.337-billion project will begin in the summer of 2019 with a completion date of 2023, and will be solely funded by the province. 319 more words