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B.C. Ferry detour now in place

WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. - Construction on B.C. Ferries' Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal is well under way, and as a result, a traffic detour is now in effect.Trucks exiting the ferries and travelling eastbo...


NEW SHOE: Work is under way.
NEW SHOE: Work is under way.

WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. – Construction on B.C. Ferries’ Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal is well under way, and as a result, a traffic detour is now in effect.

Trucks exiting the ferries and travelling eastbound, must now take a detour that sees trucks redirected through the westbound lanes. The vehicles can re-join the eastbound lanes by the Marine Drive overpass.

A new set of signals has also been put in place, to help direct motorists.

With the detour in place, B.C. Ferries’ Horseshoe Bay tollbooths are no longer accessible, however, vehicles can access the tollbooths by travelling east to the Caulfield overpass before turning around.

The $30 million expansion project is intended to increase safety and efficiency while reducing wait time and traffic backups. n


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