Taylor Bridge Phase 2



What is this engagement about?

The Province of B.C. is planning for the future of Taylor Bridge. The bridge is an important link in B.C.’s economy and connects the North and South Peace regions via Taylor, B.C. Taylor Bridge is essential for the movement of people, goods, and services. Approximately 7,500 vehicles cross the bridge per day, with 30 per cent of that being commercial vehicle traffic. Built in 1960, the bridge is maintained as a safe crossing for all users but is nearing the end of its useful life.

The Province is now launching the second phase engagement and is seeking input from bridge users, industry, interest groups, local residents and the citizens of B.C. on the concepts for the future of the bridge. The concepts build on what we heard in phase one engagement, extensive technical investigations, and consultation with Treaty 8 First Nations. Anyone interested in providing input can visit the interactive website to learn more about the concepts and share feedback.

News release: https://news.gov.bc.ca/27299

Feedback will be accepted until 4pm (PT) on September 30, 2022.

How can my contribution make a difference?

  • Community members learn how their feedback was considered in the development of concepts for the future of Taylor Bridge
  • Individuals can provide non-technical feedback, including community, environmental, travel time and reliability, and active transportation input, to help refine these concepts
  • The What We Heard report from the phase 1 engagement in the fall of 2021 is available here

Details of the Engagement

Date: August 9, 2022 to September 30, 2022

Category: Transportation

Status: Open

Location: Province-wide

Type: Online, Email