More road work in January

An illustration of what the new Port Mann Bridge will look like on its planned completion late in 2012. - SUBMITTED PHOTO
An illustration of what the new Port Mann Bridge will look like on its planned completion late in 2012.
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Night-time detours and lane closures will increase in January as construction crews work to complete the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement project.

The delays will allow for the building of a new ramp connecting Lougheed Highway westbound to Highway 1 eastbound as well as new Highway 1 lanes over the rail tracks through the Cape Horn Interchange area.

Closures will take place between 7:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. daily while detours will take place generally between midnight and 4 a.m.

The Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement project will see the expansion of the freeway and will replace the current Fraser River crossing.

For more information about the project or upcoming traffic bulletins, go to, email or phone 1-866-999-7641.

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