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Pattullo Bridge Rehabilitation

Pattullo Bridge in Metro Vancouver, BC

Recognizing the need for a new bridge and balancing the impacts to drivers and costs to taxpayers, we’re rehabilitating the Pattullo Bridge with a focus on essential deck repairs. The revised rehabilitation program and repairs will keep the bridge operational until a replacement is complete.

Work began on April 29, 2016 and continues until October 3. During this time, drivers can expect significant traffic delays and congestion.

This work is expected to extend the life of the bridge until a replacement is built. At this point, we expect a replacement bridge could take five to seven years to build.

Between April 29 and Oct. 3, drivers can expect the following:

  • The bridge will be closed from the evening of April 29 to the morning of May 2 to allow crews to set up for construction work. The bridge will also close from the evening of Sept. 30 (8 p.m.) to the morning of Oct. 3 (5 a.m.) for crews to remove equipment.
  • From May 2 to Sept. 30, the bridge will remain open with one lane in each direction.
  • Truck access will be maintained
  • Cyclists and pedestrians will have access to the bridge at all times.
  • The bridge will be closed to all traffic two nights a week and one weekend a month. Read our Closure Schedule for details about upcoming closures.

The Pattullo Bridge is one of the busiest crossings in the Lower Mainland and we expect increased congestion and delays in the area during construction. Drivers should expect traffic delays on feeder routes to the Pattullo Bridge at all times.

Check out the various Travel Tools to see how you can TravelSmart.

 

What We're Doing

Work is focusing on essential deck repairs to address concrete delamination on sections of the bridge. Crews are:

  • milling off the asphalt surfacing from the deck;
  • removing all deck concrete down to the top layer of rebar;
  • repairing concrete delamination, clean or replace rebar; and
  • repaving the whole deck area with a concrete overlay.