Partial Cloverleaf with the Trans-Canada Highway under McKenzie Avenue

Based on technical analysis and feedback received to date from the public and stakeholders, the new McKenzie Interchange will be built as a partial cloverleaf. This design was chosen because it is the safest, most efficient option and best meets the long-term needs of this region. It was also the preferred option of 75% of those who participated in the public consultation.

The proposed design also features pedestrian, cycling and transit facilities and allows for a future Light Rail Transit corridor.

More details can be seen on the latest open house display boards.

High resolution versions are also available on the B.C. Government Flickr site.

 

McKenzie Interchange Project – Chosen Design

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McKenzie Interchange Project – detail of Hwy 1 westbound bus stop and Galloping Goose Trail

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McKenzie Interchange Project – detail of Hwy 1 eastbound bus stop and new multi-use overpass over Hwy 1

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McKenzie Interchange Project – Highway 1 looking east

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McKenzie Interchange Project – McKenzie Avenue looking South

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Video Simulations

Morning peak period computer-generated traffic simulation

This video shows an aerial view of current morning rush hour traffic patterns at the existing Trans-Canada Highway/McKenzie Avenue intersection and the McKenzie/Burnside intersection. Next, the video shows the projected opening day 2018 morning rush hour traffic patterns with the future partial cloverleaf interchange.

 

 

Afternoon peak period computer-generated traffic simulation

This video shows an aerial view of current afternoon rush hour traffic patterns at the existing Trans-Canada Highway/McKenzie Avenue intersection and the McKenzie/Burnside intersection. Next, the video shows the projected opening day 2018 afternoon rush hour traffic patterns with the future partial cloverleaf interchange