APRIL 26, 2016 UPDATE: The new McKenzie interchange will be built as a partial cloverleaf reflecting the preferred option of 75% of those who participated in the public consultation, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone announced today.
Here they are: three concepts for the future McKenzie Interchange on the Trans-Canada Highway.
We’ve determined that all three concepts are technically doable and meet the project goals of reducing congestion, improving safety and increasing reliability.
What do you think is the best one?
We’ll be considering your feedback during the design process, along with technical reviews, financial information, and input from local governments and key stakeholders. Feel free to provide feedback in person at the open house, on the project website, or by sending to the project team: email@example.com or 250.387.8700.
Open House Details:
When? 3 – 7 p.m. Tuesday Nov 17, 2015
Where? St. Joseph the Worker Parish Hall, 753 Burnside Road West
We hope to see you there!
*In case you can’t make it, or if you missed it – we are excited to share some of the material available at the public house today.
Below you will find two video simulations of current alignments and proposed designs, as well as additional information on transit integration, option considerations, traffic management plans etc. For all the details (and to provide your feedback), please visit: http://engage.gov.bc.ca/mckenzieinterchange/
This video shows a computer-generated simulation of the traffic patterns near the Trans-Canada Highway/McKenzie interchange in the afternoon peak period.
This video shows a computer-generated simulation of the traffic patterns near the Trans-Canada Highway/McKenzie interchange in the morning peak period.