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Roberts Bank Rail Corridor

  • $307 million capital investment
  • $50 million industry contribution, pre-funded by Port Metro Vancouver
  • Nine projects

In 2007, a multi-stakeholder agreement, under the Federal government’s Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, was concluded for road/rail grade separation projects along the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC). These grade separation projects will enhance rail operations and accommodate anticipated growth in rail and road traffic.

As part of the agreement, PMV committed to pre-fund investment of up to $50 million in the RBRC to deliver significant benefits to capacity and the fluidity of rail movement in the Gateway, and as a demonstration of its commitment to economic, social and environmental sustainability. Working with all levels of government, TransLink, and other private sector entities, the project implementation plan has been produced and work is underway by various delivery agencies.

The partners in Roberts Bank Rail Corridor improvements are the Government of Canada, B.C. Ministry of  Transportation and Infrastructure, Port Metro Vancouver, TransLink, the Corporation of Delta, the City of Surrey, the City of Langley, the Township of Langley, British Columbia Railway Company, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railway and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway.

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Project Status

All overpass projects within the program are now complete

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