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 PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Minister of Highways
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1966/67
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1967
  To Major-General the Honourable George Randolph Pearkes,
V.C., P.C., C.B., D.S.O., M.C., CD.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
Herewith I respectfully beg to submit the Annual Report of the Department
of Highways for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1967, in compliance with the
provisions of the Department of Highways Act.
P. A. GAGLARDI,
Minister of Highways.
Office of the Minister of Highways,
Parliament Buildings, August 25, 1967.
 Victoria, B.C., August 15, 1967.
The Honourable P. A. Gaglardi,
Minister of Highways, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—I have the honour to submit the Annual Report for the Department of
Highways for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1967.
The Department has carried an unusually heavy work load for the past two
years. In addition to our normal work programme, the planning, design, and construction of roads affected by B.C. Hydro's Columbia River development project
have been carried out to meet a rigid time-table.
I wish to record that all members of the Department, both at headquarters and
in the field, discharged their duties with dependability, efficiency, and loyalty.
Respectfully,
H. T. MIARD,
Deputy Minister.
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Assistant Deputy Minister  9
Bridge Engineer  11
Bridges and Ferry-landings Constructed or Reconstructed  14
Chief Engineer  10
Classified Highways  131
Construction Branch  20
Design and Planning Engineer  38
Electronics  58
Equipment  54
Expenditure, Comptroller of  139
Ferries  55
Highway-construction Contracts, Progress of  23
Highway Work Completed or in Progress  109
Insurance and Safety  62
Location Branch  3 8
Maintenance Engineer  73
Materials Testing Branch  47
Mileage and Type of Surface of Highways  128
Paving Engineer  28
Personnel, List of  7
Personnel Officer  60
Regional Reports  75
Right-of-way Agent  53
Snow-removal Costs  138
Tenders Received and Contracts Awarded—
Bridges, Ferries, and Ferry-landings  69
Highways   64
Miscellaneous  71
Paving  67
Traffic Branch  52
  DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS PERSONNEL AS AT
MARCH 31,  1967
Victoria
H. T. Miard, Deputy Minister and Chairman, Highway Board.
F. A. MacLean, Assistant Deputy Minister and Member, Highway Board.
D. D. Godfrey, Chief Engineer and Member, Highway Board
E. C. Webster, Director of Construction.
F. E. Dambiska, Special Projects Engineer.
J. W. G. Kerr, Senior Paving Engineer.
J. Alton, Senior Bridge Engineer.
L. C. Johnson, Bridge Design Engineer.
W. A. Bowman, Bridge Construction Engineer.
E. B. Wilkins, Design and Planning Engineer and Member, Highway Board.
N. R. Zapf, Director of Location.
J. W. Pomeroy, Assistant Location Engineer.
J. H. Harding, Senior Traffic Engineer.
E. E. Readshaw, Senior Materials Engineer.
W.   R.   Workman,   Records  and   Estimates
Engineer.
E. W. Hall, Statistics Engineer.
J. A. Dennison, Senior Maintenance Engineer
P. B. MacCarthy, Bridge Inspection Engineer. N. M. F. Pope, Landscape Supervisor.
Administration:
A. E. Rhodes, Comptroller of Expenditure.
L. J. Moore, Chief Right-of-way Agent.
N. C. Tattrie, Assistant Chief Right-of-way
Agent.
H. C. Davies, Personnel Officer.
R. J. Baines, Administrative Officer.
A. R. Limacher, Administrative Officer.
F. Howland, Chief Records Clerk.
Services:
J. H. Smythe, Superintendent of Equipment.
S. E. Blanchard, Superintendent of Ferries.
J. A. Lonsbury, Insurance and Safety Officer.
W. F. Conlan, Director of Electronics.
Region No. 1
M. G. Elston, Regional Highway Engineer,
North Vancouver.
W. E. Mercer, Regional Maintenance Engineer, North Vancouver.
E. J. Garrett, Regional Construction Engineer, North Vancouver.
,   Regional   Paving   Superintendent,
North Vancouver.
A. G. Tranfield, Regional Superintendent of
Location, North Vancouver.
A. J. Montador, Regional Materials Engineer,
North Vancouver.
V. A. Drew, Regional Right-of-way Agent,
North Vancouver.
R. D. Page, Regional Traffic Superintendent,
North Vancouver.
W. R. Jeffs, Regional Mechanical Superintendent, Victoria.
S. J. Dixey, Regional Office Manager, North
Vancouver.
R. B. Gilmour, Bridge District Superintendent, North Vancouver.
R. G. Mulcaster, District Engineer (Comox),
Courtenay.
R. W. Gittins, District Engineer (Burnaby,
Delta, Dewdney (West), New Westminster), New Westminster.
A. Park, District Superintendent (Esquimalt,
Saanich), Victoria.
W. M. Underwood, District Superintendent
(North Vancouver, Mackenzie, Lillooet
(South), Vancouver-Point Grey), North
Vancouver.
J. W. Morris, District Superintendent (Alberni, Nanaimo-Islands, Cowichan-New-
castle), Nanaimo.
N. W. Wells, District Superintendent (Chilliwack, Dewdney (East)), Chilliwack.
 Region No. 2
J. W. Nelson, Regional Highway Engineer,
Kamloops.
J. R. Krushnisky, Acting Regional Maintenance Superintendent, Kamloops.
A. G. Jones, Regional Construction Superintendent, Kamloops.
,   Regional   Paving   Superintendent,
Kamloops.
A. W. G. Smith, Division Engineer, Location
Branch, Kamloops.
L.   DeBoer,   Regional  Materials  Engineer,
Kamloops.
A. C. Brown, Regional Right-of-way Agent,
Kamloops.
A. H. Dibben, Regional Mechanical Superintendent, Kamloops.
B. W. Wolf, Regional Office Manager, Kamloops.
H.   F.   Coupe,   District   Engineer   (Salmon
Arm), Salmon Arm.
P.  E.  Bishop, District Engineer  (Similkameen), Penticton.
H. J. Kelsall, District Engineer (Revelstoke),
Revelstoke.
A. L. Freebairn, District Engineer (South
Okanagan), Kelowna.
J.  H.  Pankiw,  District Engineer  (Lillooet
(North)), Lillooet.
W.   G.   Helmsing,   District   Superintendent
(Yale), Merritt.
H. F. Blunden, District Superintendent (Cariboo (South)), Williams Lake.
, District Superintendent (Kamloops),
Kamloops.
P. S. Dunn, District Superintendent (North
Okanagan), Vernon.
Region No. 3
D. F. Martin, Regional Highway Engineer,
Nelson.
W. M. Sprout, Regional Maintenance Engineer, Nelson.
L. A. Broddy, Regional Construction Engineer, Nelson.
,   Regional   Paving   Superintendent,
Nelson.
R. G. White, Regional Location Engineer,
Nelson.
, Regional Materials Engineer, Nelson.
H. Mackenzie, Regional Right-of-way Agent,
Nelson.
H. O. George, Regional Mechanical Superintendent, Nelson.
W. I. N. Higgins, Regional Office Manager,
Nelson.
M. Merlo, District Engineer (Nelson-Cres-
ton), Nelson.
A. E. Staite, District Superintendent (Fernie),
Fernie.
R. M. McMillan, District Superintendent
(Grand Forks-Greenwood), Grand Forks.
G. Austin, District Superintendent (Cranbrook), Cranbrook.
D. C. Westaway, District Superintendent
(Kaslo-Slocan), New Denver.
R. E. McKeown, District Superintendent
(Rossland-Trail), Rossland.
C. S. Shaw, District Superintendent (Columbia), Golden.
Region No. 4
, Regional Highway Engineer, Prince
George.
P. J. Carr, Regional Maintenance Engineer,
Prince George.
D. C. MacVicar, Regional Construction
Engineer, Prince George.
,   Regional   Paving   Superintendent,
Prince George.
E. A. Beaumont, Regional Location Engineer, Prince George.
D. A. Lindberg, Regional Materials Engineer, Prince George.
V. Scanlon, Regional Right-of-way Agent,
Prince George.
T. R. Yearsley, Regional Mechanical Superintendent, Prince George.
S. Price, Regional Office Manager, Prince
George.
R. M. Boss, District Engineer (Fort George),
Prince George.
E. A. Lund, District Engineer (Atlin (South),
Prince Rupert), Prince Rupert.
G. R. Kent, District Superintendent (Omineca (East)), Vanderhoof.
R. W. Veitch, District Superintendent (Omineca (West)), Burns Lake.
S. J. Sviatko, District Superintendent (Skeena
(East)), Smithers.
J. P. O'Toole, District Superintendent
(Skeena (West)), Terrace.
G. W. Harper, District Superintendent (Cariboo (North)), Quesnel.
P. A. Tondevold, District Superintendent
(Atlin (North), North Peace River), Fort
St. John.
J. E. Steven, District Superintendent (South
Peace River), Pouce Coupe.
 HIGHWAYS REPORT
REPORT OF THE ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER
Victoria, B.C., August 10, 1967.
Mr. H. T. Miard,
Deputy Minister of Highways,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Submitted herewith are district reports for the fiscal year 1966/67.
The total mileage of Provincial highways is 26,104, and this is comprised of
3,849 miles of trunk highways, 1,746 miles of main highways, and 20,509 miles of
other highways.
The expenditure on maintenance of roads, bridges, and ferries amounted to
$26,849,213. The cost of snow removal, which is included in the above, was
$3,432,173, there being 20,095 miles of road kept open.
The total mileage of roads constructed or reconstructed by day labour was 379.
Improvements or minor betterments were made to 546 miles.
On the 51 ferries operating under the supervision of the Department, there were
carried 2,252,054 vehicles and 5,519,534 passengers including drivers.
The number of right-of-way settlements totalled 595, and the cost was
$4,329,445.
There were 5,326 subdivisions handled during the calendar year 1966, and of
these, 1,438 were adjacent to controlled-access highways. The number of permits
issued during the same period was 1,057 for entrances on controlled-access highways, 1,001 for entrances on non-controlled-access highways, and 2,209 for other
works on Crown lands.
Electoral districts indicated in the Engineering Section of this Report are as
they existed prior to the 1966 redistribution of electoral districts. Those indicated
in the Expenditure Section are subsequent to the 1966 redistribution.
F. A. MACLEAN,
Assistant Deputy Minister.
 C  10 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER
Victoria, B.C., August 10, 1967.
Mr. H. T. Miard,
Deputy Minister of Highways,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Sir,—Submitted herewith are reports from the Senior Bridge Engineer, the
Design and Planning Engineer, the Director of Construction, and the Senior Paving
Engineer.
The total length of roads constructed or reconstructed by contract amounted to
180.55 miles. As in the previous year, over half of this mileage was on the Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway and the North Thompson, which is an indication of the
great effort being made to complete these two important routes.
There were laid 242 miles of bituminous plant-mix pavement, 273 miles of
pulvimix and road-mix pavement, and 0.92 mile of portland cement concrete
pavement.
The number of bridges on which construction was completed during the year
is 29.  There are also 31 bridges under construction but not completed.
A total length of 229 miles of final highway-location surveys was completed,
as was also a total length of 240 miles of office design, including estimates of cost.
Soil surveys were conducted on 52 projects, covering a total distance of 474
miles and including over 16,000 feet of drilling.
Investigations for bridge foundations were completed on 44 sites.
Landslides and embankment failures created problems, most of which were
solved by the installation of horizontal drains. It is common practice now to install
horizontal drains during construction at locations where there are excessive amounts
of underground water, thus forestalling possible slides.
Research is continuing on methods of preventing deterioration of portland
cement concrete due to the use of chemicals on ice control.
D. D. Godfrey,
Chief Engineer.
 REPORT OF SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER C 11
REPORT OF THE SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER
The year under review saw the completion of construction of 29 bridges, while
at the close of the period another 31 bridges were under construction but not completed. The total gross expenditure on these structures was $7,865,010.14. As will
be seen from a perusal of the tabulations appended to this report, priority was given
to construction of bridges on the Revelstoke-Mica Creek Highway, the North
Thompson Highway, and the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, but many structures in other isolated areas of the Province were completely or partially constructed
during the year.
Although actual construction was not initiated thereon, much advance planning
and design work were carried out on the many structures required as a result of
highway construction necessitated by the construction of the High Arrow and Libby
Dams. Similar advance planning was in hand for the proposed crossings of the
Fraser River at Mission, near Fraser Avenue in Vancouver, and at Quesnel and for
the proposed second crossing of the First Narrows in Vancouver. Planning also
progressed of structures for the reconstruction of the Trans-Canada Highway in
North Vancouver and on the proposed Kamloops By-pass.
One of the challenging problems faced this year was that of carrying the
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway across the Fraser River in the vicinity of
McBride, where the river-bed is composed of apparently bottomless silty clay in
such loose state as to be incapable of supporting any conventional-type bridge. This
problem was overcome by using 36-inch-diameter hollow prestressed concrete piles
of 160-foot length to form the bridge piers, which, on account of their large contact
area and great depth, develop sufficient friction to carry the load of the bridge. The
use of such large concrete piles was a truly pioneer enterprise, and the success of the
installation is all the more gratifying on that account. Another challenge was faced
when a scow being towed under the bridge on Fraser Avenue between Lulu and
Mitchell Islands at high tide collided with the span and caused its complete destruction. While a Bailey bridge was rapidly erected to restore traffic on this
busy crossing, this single-lane structure had to be replaced expeditiously with a
permanent-type two-lane span, and the latter had to be erected in the identical
position occupied by the Bailey with a minimum interruption to traffic while the one
span was being removed and the other substituted. A well-planned programme saw
the new span completely built on a scow and floated into position immediately
following the floating out of the Bailey bridge on another scow and traffic restored
within 26 hours, just in time for the Easter rush.
The widening and strengthening of the six bridges at the Princeton end of the
Hope-Princeton section of the Southern Trans-Canada Highway was completed this
year, thus concluding the up-grading of this important link in the highway system,
while the completion of the bridge over the Cheakamus River brought the completion of the Garibaldi Highway a stage nearer. On the Stewart-Cassiar Highway,
bridge planning and construction are organized to keep abreast of the highway
construction.
Phenomenal flood and ice conditions combined to demolish the important
bridge carrying the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway over the Bulkley River at
Smithers early in the year. Efficient action by the Department's local forces resulted
in a Bailey bridge being erected to restore traffic with a minimum delay, and plans
are in hand to construct a new modern bridge on a revised highway route to replace
  REPORT OF SENIOR BRIDGE ENGINEER
C  13
the veteran timber span which was lost to the river. This is typical of the frequent
occasions when the Department's stock of Bailey bridging material proves so useful
in emergencies.
While no construction of new ferry-landings for the Department was initiated
this year, surveys and design work were put in hand for landings for the proposed
services between Quadra and Cortes Islands, between Port McNeill, Alert Bay, and
Sointula, and between Shelter Bay and Galena, the latter being necessitated by the
impending rise in lake-level resulting from the construction of the High Arrow Dam.
As in most fields of technology, new materials of construction and new techniques are constantly being developed in the art of bridge-building, and the Department's policy of adopting such as prove advantageous is continuing. In this regard
the increasing use of " orthotropic " construction may be mentioned, a revolutionary
development demanding intensive technical application for successful use but
resulting in considerable economies and enhancement of the .esthetics of bridges.
In addition to its interest in " orthotropic" construction, the Department is participating in a nation-wide research programme of the problem of predetermining the
extent of scour of river-beds at bridge piers, the fruits of which research are expected
to lead to large economies in bridge construction. These programmes are greatly
facilitated by the increasing use of the computer.
An unfortunate recent development has been the increasing deterioration of
many concrete bridge decks, associated with the increasing use of salts in keeping
bridges free of snow and ice. A programme of repair is in hand, and more stringent
control of the initial construction of concrete decks is being applied in an effort to
eliminate this trouble. This problem is common throughout the northern part of
North America and is the subject of widespread research.
Materials for bridge construction were in good supply this year, and the competitiveness of contractors in bidding on bridge projects tended to increase during
the year.
The practice of retaining the services of consulting engineers for the design and
supervision of some of our larger bridge projects was continued, but the bulk of the
actual bridge-construction programme this year was designed and supervised by the
Bridge Engineer's staff. Tribute must again be paid to the Department's district
forces for their efficient and prompt services in maintaining and, when necessary,
rebuilding the great many structures needed to keep the Province's highways open
to traffic at all times.
Although not a record-breaking year for bridge-building, 1966/67 can be
recorded as a year of steady progress as regards bridge construction.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION
ROAD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
The mileage of highway contracts completed on all highways was 180.55 miles,
of which 1.95 miles were multi-laned. This mileage was exceeded in only two
previous years, 1956/57 and 1957/58.
The highlight of the programme was a continuation of the contracts on the
Yellowhead Route from McMurphy to the Yellowhead Pass on Highways No. 5
and No. 16 (152 miles), where progress is ahead of schedule. The section is expected to be generally in fair condition for travel by the end of 1967, although not
fully completed until 1968. The highway was black-topped as far as Avola by the
end of the year.
Reconstruction has progressed satisfactorily on the Big Bend Highway between
Revelstoke and Mica Dam site (85 miles). Traffic should experience no further
delays, and trailer restrictions are being removed next year.
The three contracts on the Chetwynd-Hudson Hope Highway (41 miles) are
virtually completed, and bituminous base process (black-top) should be finished
in 1967.
The Northern Trans-Provincial Highway west of Prince George is now bituminous surfaced with the exception of 30 miles in the Pacific-Kitwanga area east
of Terrace. Two construction projects, No. 1616 and No. 1617, have been awarded
to cover this section, and clearing and grubbing have previously been completed
by contract.   Project No. 1574 (3.68 miles) is in progress in Prince Rupert.
Construction is being continued on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
east of Prince George toward McBride. The unopened gap, from Willow River
to Crescent Spur (77 miles), is now entirely under construction. Projects No. 1732
(9.59 miles) and No. 1733 (10.02 miles) were awarded this year, and then Projects
Nos. 1476 and 1732 were extended a total of 13.61 miles to cover the last section
of the gap. Eventually the substandard section between Lamming Mills and Tete
Jaune will be reconstructed to standard.
Castlegar By-pass on Route No. 3a was completed via the Kinnaird Bridge
(Columbia River) and the Brilliant Bridge (Kootenay River), from Kinnaird to
Thrums. This eliminated the Castlegar Ferry from the main route. A connection
from the by-pass to Robson was also completed.
Other major work started this year is as follows: Project No. 1548, McMurdo to Golden, on Route No. 95 (14.76 miles); Project No. 1621, Britannia
Beach to Squamish, on the Garibaldi Highway (6.60 miles); and Project No. 1615,
Taghum to Nelson, on Route No. 3a (4.36 miles).
Project No. 1391, Burrage River to Ningunsaw River (29.08 miles), on the
Stewart-Watson Lake Highway was 15 per cent completed, being part of the 91-
mile gap still remaining on this route. The route is completed standard from
Stewart to the Bell-Irving River (58 miles) and from Burrage River to the north end
of Dease Lake (122 miles).  The completed route will be approximately 399 miles.
Construction of restriction-free highways has been our goal during the past
several years. This has necessitated the utilization of greater quantities of granular
materials in order to obtain the desired pavement strength. The amount of granular
material applied in highway contracts has far exceeded any previous year. Also,
although the past construction season has been one of the wettest experienced in
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several years, progress was maintained at or near normal, and the total quantity
of grading excavation moved in highway contracts was 26,681,470 cubic yards,
also the greatest amount on record.
The turnover of junior technicians has been above normal owing to the monetary advantages offered in other construction, pulp and paper mills, power dams,
etc. However, we have managed to maintain a nucleus of loyal experienced technicians who have carried the load.
During the fiscal year, quantities in road contracts were as follows:—■
Grading excavation1—■
Solid rock  cu. yd.      2,920,300
Other materials cu. yd.    23,761,170
Total      26,681,470
Clearing and grubbing ac. 2,330
Foundation excavation—
Solid rock cu. yd. 2,304
Other materials  cu. yd. 59,339
Total  61,643
Culvert pipe (all types)—■
10- to 30-inch diameter lin. ft. 82,336
36-inch and over lin. ft. 25,256
Large culverts and cattle-passes (steel plate)  lin. ft. 3,664
Concrete-in-place   (retaining-walls,   drainage  structures,
etc.)  cu. yd. 2,931
Riprap (loose and hand-laid)  cu. yd. 71,951
Fencing  rods 3,925
Gates   43
Steel bin retaining-wall (frontal area)  sq. ft. 10,276
Granular material—
Pit-run or 3-inch minus tons      6,007,992
Crushed (%- to 2-inch)  tons      1,797,299
Total granular material       7,805,291
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Steel  Nil
Precast reinforced concrete lin. ft. 36,812
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REPORT OF THE SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER
GENERAL
A large mileage of roadway was paved in 1966. For a total expenditure of
approximately $8,000,000, asphalt-concrete hot-mix paving was completed on 227
miles of highway (of which 4.73 miles were multi-lane), 70.7 miles of highway were
road-mixed by Paving Branch crews, and 64 miles sand or chip sealed.
CONTRACT CRUSHING, BASE CONSTRUCTION, DRAINAGE,
AND PAVING
Fourteen paving projects, including three combining grading and paving work,
which were carried over from 1965, were completed. Eighteen new contracts were
called and awarded. Two of these contracts were combined grading and paving
projects, and two were carried out for the Parks Branch of the Department of Recreation and Conservation. Fifteen of these projects have been completed and two
more substantially completed for a carry-over of four contracts into 1967.
A contract (S-8566) was let this year for approximately 45 miles of open-
graded carpet seal, and it is anticipated that more of this surfacing work will be
undertaken in future years.
On another contract an experimental section of asphalt concrete using short-
fibre asbestos filler was constructed for observation of performance under traffic.
Contract unit prices continued to show an upward trend, as must be expected
with increasing labour and equipment costs.
PULVIMIXING AND SURFACE TREATMENTS
The process of re-equipping Paving Branch direct labour surfacing crews continued. A 1 Vi -yard Departmental front-end loader was made available to the crew
engaged on surface treatment work, resulting in more efficient loading of cover
aggregate into trucks.
One pulvimix crew was re-equipped with a Pettibone Wood 48/5 stabilizer
and two new Adams 660 graders. In addition, the asphalt-distributors of both
crews were replaced with four new distributors, and the old tractors for the tankers
were replaced with two new diesel single-axle tractors.
Despite being dogged by unfavourable weather, the two Paving Branch crews
road-mixed 70.7 miles of roadway, chip-sealed 28.1 miles, and sand-sealed a further
36 miles.
The purchase of the Pettibone Wood mixer, which replaced three pulvimixers
and tractors, increased the potential work capacity and flexibility of employment of
the crew equipped with this machine. However, its use also necessitates a change
in road-mixing methods. Mixing was attempted not only with the traditional M.C. 1
and M.C. 2 cutback asphalts, but also with R.C. 1 cutback asphalt and S.S. 1 asphalt
emulsion. The possibility of developing a special-purpose asphalt binder for use
with this machine is being investigated in order to reduce weather risk during mixing.
In addition to the work performed by Paving Branch crews, 42.2 miles of
asphalt base processing were performed under grading contracts and 160 miles of
road mixing were completed by district crews.
 REPORT OF SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER C 29
PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT
A contract was let for 1.84 miles of portland cement concrete pavement on
South-west Marine Drive, Vancouver. Of this, approximately 0.9 mile has been
completed to date.
FIELD SUPERVISION
Annual proficiency examinations were held in March, 1966, following short
training courses in regional centres. In addition, an engineer was sent to the annual
conference of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists in February, 1966,
and nine engineers and technicians attended the annual conference of the Canadian
Technical Asphalt Association in Vancouver.
During the year, one senior, very experienced resident technician resigned in
order to move into private industry and one acting resident resigned to attend
university.
MATERIALS REMOVED, USED, OR SUPPLIED ON PAVING
CONTRACTS, APRIL 1, 1966, TO MARCH 31, 1967
Excavation and base construction—
Common excavation  cu. yd. 69,123
Trench excavation cu. yd. 20,247
Pit-run gravel tons 148,461
3A -inch crushed granular surfacing tons 594,254
% -inch crushed shoulder gravel tons 181,229
%-inch crushed aggregate in stockpile tons 41,503
Asphalt concrete—
Levelling course tons 36,403
F.O.B. plant tons 7,938
Class A tons 250,650
Class B  tons 352,428
Curb  lin. ft. 52,044
Bituminous materials used—
Asphalt cement tons 36,004
S.S. emulsion asphalt gal. 174,516
M.C. cutback asphalt gal. 3,403,300
R.C. cutback asphalt gal. 193,922
Emulsified asphalt gal. 192,219
Concrete work—
Curb and gutter lin. ft. 31,478
Precast reflecting curb lin. ft. 6,683
Drainage—
Highway drainage basins installed  23
Standard catch basins installed  11
Concrete manholes installed  34
Concrete catch basins installed  68
Concrete combined catch basins and manholes installed 24
Lay and joint concrete pipe, 8- to 66-inch diameter
 lin. ft. 10,299
8-inch corrugated pipe installed lin. ft. 4,138
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67
Plant-mix Paving Contracts
Miles
Total
Length
(Miles)
Com
Miles
Project
No.
Highway and Section
pleted
Present
Fiscal
Completed
to Date
Remarks
Year
Trans-Canada Highway
1
1
(a)  Continuing Contracts Let
before 1966/67
B-470
Contract No. 2—
(Part)
Westholme    Overhead   Bridge   approaches
	
	
Section completed 1965/66.
Diamond Overhead approches	
0.92
0.46
0.92
Section completed (bridge contract
included   construction   of   road
approaches  and plant-mix pav
ing) (see also Other Highways).
(b)  Contracts Let, 1966/67
1678
I_icl_man Interchange	
0.79*
Work continuing (road contract includes   plant-mix  paving)    (see
(Part)
also Other Highways).
S-2666
Boston Flats section at junction of east
0.45
0.45
0.45
Section   completed   (recap)    (see
(Part)
access road to Ashcroft
also Other Highways).
S-8566
Mile 0.49 west of Sicamous Bridge east
to Clachnacudainn Creek
56.43
Work continuing (open-graded
plant-mix carpet course); crushing only this year.
0.79*
Total   miles,   bituminous   plant-mix
56.88
paving  contracts  let,  Trans-Canada Highway, 1966/67 _. .
57.67
Total miles completed, 1966/67	
0.91
0.91
Other Highways
(a)  Continuing Contracts Let
before 1966/67
B-470
Contract No.  2—Frontage  roads,  Dia
0.20
0.20
0.20
Section  completed   (see  also
(Part)
mond Overhead approaches
Trans-Canada Highway).
1208
Trail-Salmo Highway—
West Trail to Glenmerry
1.34
0.67
1.34
Section completed (road contract
included plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter).
Columbia Ave. connection	
0.50
0.50
0.50
Section completed (contract included plant-mix paving).
1590
Patricia Bay Highway—
Swartz Bay to Ardwell Road	
2.33*
2.33*
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Section completed with 6-ft.-wide
median (road contract included
plant-mix paving).
Frrvniagp   rnflHs
0.98
0.98
0.98
Section completed.
Project completed  (road contract
preparatory to paving).
1609
Contract No. 1—Storm Drainage, Hud
son Hope streets
1629
Trail-Salmo Highway — Rossland Ave.
and Victoria St., Arterial 267r, from
Columbia River Bridge west
0.81
0.81
0.81
Project completed (road contract
included plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter).
S-2364
Contract No. 2—Cariboo Highway, Mile
95.60   to   Mile   111.83   from   Cache
Creek
16.23
15.43
16.23
Project completed (contract included drainage excavation, part
select granular base and part
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S-6764
Sections (b) and (c) —
	
	
Completed 1965/66.
John Hart-Peace River Highway, Ar
11.20
6.00
11.20
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ras to Dawson Creek
crushed granular surfacing).
Dawson  Creek-Alberta  Boundary
1.60
1.60
1.60
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Highway from junction with John
wide, 1.2 miles;   56 ft. wide, 0.4
Hart-Peace River Highway to Circle
mile.
to 196th Ave.
S-0565
Garibaldi Highway, Alice Lake Road to
Alta Lake (Mons Overpass)
31.60
31.60
31.60
Project completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
* Multi-lane (four lanes or more).
 REPORT OF SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER
C 31
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Plant-mix Paving Contracts—Continued
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Total
Length
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Com
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Project
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Highway and Section
pleted
Present
Fiscal
Completed
to Date
Remarks
Year
Other Highways—Continued
(a)  Continuing Contracts Let before
1966/67—Continued
S-0965
Contract No. 1—
Highway No. 10—
Langley By-pass, from New McLel-
2.40*
2.40*
2.40*
Section  completed   (plus  left-turn
lan Road to Glover Road
lane).
Truck lane on Highway No. 10 west
0.45
0.45
0.45
Section completed (one lane, 0.85
from above
mile).
Glover Road to Livingstone Inter
1.70
1.70
1.70
Section completed.
change at Trans-Canada Highway
Frontage roads  	
1.12
1.12
1.12
Section completed.
Carvolth Road from Langley By-pass
0.57
0.29
0.57
Section completed.
to Fraser Highway No. 1
S-1165
Port  Alice-Jeune  Landing   Road  from
Chevron Station to Upper Levels Road
4.45
4.45
4.45
Project completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
S_2265
Section  (a)    	
Completed 1965/66.
Section completed  (included part
Okanagan Highway,  15th Ave.  (Ver
6.67
6.67
6.67
non) south
%-in. crushed granular surfacing).
S-4165
Fort Steele-Wasa Highway, Fort Steele
Junction to Wasa
18.90
6.20
18.90
Section completed.
S-4165
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Rampart to Wardner (C.P.R. Hill section)
3.01
3.01
3.01
Section completed (with third lane
on left throughout).
S-6365
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Mile 3.5 west of Endako Hotel west
4.06
4.06
4.06
Section completed (included %-in.
erly
crushed granular surfacing).
Continuing westerly to Priestly	
8.55
8.55
8.55
Section completed (included part
%-in. crushed granular surfacing).
S-6665
Section (a)   	
Completed 1965/66.
Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,
14.37
14.37
14.37
Section completed  (included part
Mile 1.65 west of Kitsequecla Bridge
%-in.   crushed  granular  surfac
westerly to Boulder Creek  (West)
ing).
Bridge
(b)  Contracts Let, 1966/67
1580
Southern  Trans-Canada Highway,  Van
Home St., Arterial 354r, Cranbrook,
Third St. to Baker St.
0.66
0.66
0.66
Project completed (road contract
included plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter).
1599
Trail-Nelson Highway No.  3a, Columbia   Ave.,   Arterial   112r,   Castlegar,
from Juniper St. northerly
1.05
	
Work continuing (road contract
included plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter).
1607
Cariboo   Highway,   Front   St.,   Arterial
361r, from Carson Ave. northerly
0.97
0.97
0.97
Project completed (road contract
included plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter).
1609
Contract No. 2—
B.C.   Hydro   Hudson   Hope   housing
0.55
0.50
0.50
Work   continuing   (included   3-in.
and trailer development
crushed granular base and %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
Hudson Hope streets  	
1.16
1.16
1.16
Section completed (included curb
and gutter with 3-in. crushed
granular base and %-in. crushed
granular surfacing).
Contract   extension    (Hudson   Hope
0.41
0.41
0.41
Section completed (included 3-in.
streets
crushed granular base and %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
Hudson Hope-Charlie Lake Road No.
7.10
7.10
7.10
Section completed (two lifts plant-
29, from Canyon Drive at Hudson
mix paving and part %-in.
Hope easterly to Rodeo Grounds
crushed granular surfacing).
1622
Annable to West Trail, Section 2, Ross-
1.00
Work   continuing   (road   contract
land-Trail Highway
includes plant-mix paving).
1678
Lickman  Interchange,   connections   and
2.12
Work   continuing   (road   contract
(Part)
frontage roads
	
includes plant-mix paving) (see
also Trans-Canada Highway).
* Multi-lane (four lanes or more).
 C 32
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Plant-mix Paving Contracts—Continued
Project
No.
Highway and Section
Total
Length
(Miles)
Miles
Completed
Present
Fiscal
Year
Miles
Completed
to Date
Remarks
S-0165
S-6465
S-0266
S-0366
S-0466
S-2266
S-2666
(Part)
S-4166
S4266
S-6366
Other Highways—Continued
(b) Contracts Let, 1966/67—Continued
Sooke Road and West Coast Road-
Coopers Cove to Tugwell Creek Bridge
Otter Point Road, West Coast Road
to Pasco Road
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
Telkwa to Babine Lake Road	
Telkwa High Road No. 119, junction
with Highway No. 16 to Provincial
camp-site at McLure Lake
Telkwa Coal Road (136b), from junction with Highway No. 16
Garibaldi Highway—
700 ft. south of Red Bridge to Mam-
quam River Bridge (Squamish section)
New Squamish Access Road and
Cleveland Ave. from Garibaldi
Highway
Squamish Valley Access Road from
New Squamish Access Road to Government Road
Connections, etc 	
Alouette Lake Road in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Mile 4.56 to Mile 6.85
Mount Seymour Park Road, Mile 0.2 to
Mile 2.1
Kamloops-Vernon   Highway  No.   97,
Westwold section, Pinaus Lake Road
to west end of Westwold
Ashcroft Access Roads—
Junction with Trans-Canada Highway
at   Ashcroft   Manor   to   Ashcroft
Bridge (Sta. 0+00 to Sta. 159+00)
Ashcroft    Bridge    to    junction    with
Trans-Canada  Highway   at   Boston
Flats (Sta. 159+00 to Sta. 364+00)
Ashcroft    Bridge    to    junction    with
Barnes and First Sts.
Railway   Ave.,   First   St.   to   C.P.R.
Crossing
Southern Trans-Canada Highway,  Cur-
zon Bridge (Moyie River to Kid Creek
Bridge
Southern Trans-Canada Highway—
Hosmer  Bridge  to  Michel  Creek
Bridge
Alberta Boundary west
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road, Nechako
River Bridge north
1.80
9.41
0.50
1.00
2.21
0.33
0.16
0.06
2.14
1.90
5.36
3.01
0.18
0.75
8.68
12.62
1.33
19.30
11.11
11.11
1.80
1.80
9.41
9.41
0.50
0.50
1.00
1.00
2.21
2.21
0.33
0.33
0.16
0.16
0.06
2.14
0.06
2.14
1.90
1.90
5.36
5.36
3.01
3.01
3.88
3.88
0.18
0.18
0.75
0.75
8.68
8.68
12.62
12.62
1.33
18.30
1.33
18.30
Section completed (included part
%-in. crushed granular surfacing and storm-drainage job (6)
Charter St. to Maple Ave.,
Sooke (Mile 2.9 to Mile 4.1).
Section completed.
Section completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
Section completed, one lift (included %-in. crushed granular
surfacing).
Section completed, one lift (included %-in. crushed granular
surfacing).
Section completed (Mile 0.00 to
Mile 0.36, one lift; Mile 0.36 to
Mile 2.21, two lifts).
Section completed (one lift 48 to
60 ft. wide).
Section completed (one lift).
Section completed.
Project completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
Project   completed   (mile   0.0   at
Park Gate).
Project completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing) (see
also Trans-Canada Highway).
Section completed (included select
granular base and %-in. crushed
granular surfacing).
Section completed (included select
granular base and %-in. crushed
granular surfacing).
Section   completed   (one   lift   on
district road mix).
Section   completed   (one   lift   on
district road mix).
Project completed.
Section completed.
Section completed.
Work continuing (includes part
%-in. crushed granular surfacing).
 REPORT OF SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER
C 33
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Plant-mix Paving Contracts—Continued
Project
No.
Highway and Section
Total
Length
(Miles)
Miles
Completed
Present
Fiscal
Year
Miles
Completed
to Date
Remarks
Other Highways—Continued
(b)  Contracts Let, 1966/67—Continued
S-6666
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway—
6.06
4.00
9.20
6.06
4.00
9.20
6.06
4.00
9.20
S-6866
Hazelton   High   Level   Road   No.   62
from    Hagwilget    Bridge    to    Old
Hazelton   Museum    (Mile    1.2   to
Mile 5.2)
Alliford   Bay   Road,   Queen   Charlotte
Islands—
Sandspit   Wharf   to   Alliford   Bay
Wharf
select   granular   base   and   part
%-in.   crushed  granular  surfacing).
Section completed.
Section completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
Hans  Creek  Bridge is   at  Mile
2.7.
Tacan Road No. 36 (D.O.T.)	
0.40
2.30
36.70
1.50
10.00
0.40
2.30
0.40
2.30
S-6966
Copper Bay Road ...   	
Queen Charlotte City, Masset Highway,
Queen Charlotte Islands—
Skidegate to Port Clements, Mile 7.9
to Mile 44.6 (via Port Clements Bypass)
Miscellaneous streets in Port Clements
John  Hart-Peace  River  Highway   from
Mile   1.2   north   of   Bear   Lake   Gas
Station northerly to Mile 0.3 north of
Red Rocky Creek
Total  miles,   bituminous   plant-mix
paving contracts let,  other highways, 1966/67 	
crushed granular surfacing ).
Section completed (included %-in.
crushed granular surfacing).
cation of %-in. crushed granular
surfacing).
S-7166
cation of %-in. crushed granular
surfacing).
(Part)
crushed granular surfacing,
which was completed) {see also
stockpiling medium cover aggregate for seal-coat in this contract).
170.91
4.73*
226.15
	
170.91
0.79*
227.79
Total miles completed, other highways, 1966/67                      	
230.88
Total   miles,   bituminous   plant-mix
paving   contracts   let,   all   highways, 1966/67	
Total   miles   completed,   all   highways, 1966/67 	
228.58
4.73*
227.06
231.79
...
* Multi-lane (four lanes or more).
 C 34 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Portland Cement Concrete Paving Contracts
Project
No.
Highway and Section
Total
Length
(Miles)
Miles
Completed
Present
Fiscal
Year
Miles
Completed
to Date
Remarks
S-0566
Other Highways
Contracts Let, 1966/67
South-west Marine Drive, 41st Ave. to
Imperial Road
Total miles, Portland cement concrete paving contracts let, other
highways, 1966/67	
Total  miles  completed  other  highways, 1966/67 - _	
1.84*
0.92*       0.92*
1.84<
1.84
0.92*
0.92
Work continuing, contract includes 6-in. concrete slab and
inner curb of each side of four-
lane divided highway.
* Multi-lane (four lanes or more)
 REPORT OF SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER C 35
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Bituminous Seal-coat by Crews of the Paving Engineer
Miles
Project
No.
Highway and Section
Completed
Present
Fiscal Year
Remarks
Other Highways
PS-7-66
Highland Valley Road, Ashcroft (C.P.R. Crossing) to
23.90
Sand-seal only this year;   Con
Bethlehem Mine Road
tract S-3166 (awarded
1966/67), medium cover aggregate in stockpile from
Eight Mile Pit, was completed for future seal-coat.
PS-7-66
Bethlehem Mine Road from Highland Valley Road	
2.80
Sand-seal (as above).
S-7166
(Part)
by part Contract S-7166
(awarded 1966/67), medium
cover aggregate in stockpile
from Mile 38, Mile 65, and
Crooked River Pits (see also
plant-mix paving in this contract).
PS-6-66
Vernon-Slocan   Highway   from  Jones   Creek   Bridge,
28.10
Chip-seal    from    1965    work
Lumby, easterly
westerly 10.1 miles, then
Mile 13.4 to Mile 31.4 (18.0
miles) to Jones Creek
Bridge, Lumby; aggregate
by Contract S-3264 (1964/65
and 1965/66).
PS-6-66
Whitevale Road   (Lumby),  C.N.R.  Crossing to Dure
Meadow Road
3.60
Sand-seal.
PS-6-66
3.50
PS-6-66
Head   of   Okanagan   Lake   Road,   Coldstream   Creek
Bridge to Okanagan Landing Road
1.30
Sand-seal.
PS-6-66
Okanagan Landing Road, Coldstream Bridge to head
of Lake Road
0.90
Sand-seal.
36.00
Sand-seal.
Total miles, bituminous seal-coat, other highways,
28.10
Chip-seal.
1966/67  	
64.10
36.00
Includes Trans-Canada Highway.
Total  miles,   bituminous  seal-coat,   all  highways,
28.10
1966/67                            	
64.10
 C 36 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67—Continued
Pulvimix (Bituminous Base Process) by Crews of the Paving Engineer
Miles
Project
No.
Highway and Section
Completed
Present
Fiscal Year
Remarks
Other Highways
Island Highway, Kelsey Bay Ferry Terminal south	
1.55
Mile 0.2 to Mile 1.75 north of
Salmon River Hotel (includ
ed parking-lot,  Mile  1.5  to
Mile 1.7).
	
Island Highway—
Oyster River Bridge revision                       .   ..
0.85
New bridge at Mile 0.19 going
south.
Side connections
0.26
1489
John Hart-Peace  River Highway,  Mile  24.3  to  Mile
8.65
Crassier   Creek   Bridge   is   at
32.95 south of Chetwynd Post Office
Mile 1.5 of this project.
1490
Chetwynd-Hudson Hope Highway, Mile 20.6 to Mile
28.4 north of Chetwynd Junction
7.80
1484
Fraser River west approach, interchange connections at
Prince George
0.50
PP-1-66
Rock   Creek-Kelowna  Highway,   Mile  22.85   to   Mile
29.85 and Mile 30.85 to Mile 36.90 from Rock Creek
13.05
Pulvimix, 26 ft. wide.
PP-6-66
Canim Lake Road No. 318, from junction with Cariboo
Highway No. 97 toward Forest Grove
8.95
PS-1-66
Frontage road, south side of Trans-Canada Highway
1 mile east of Salmon Arm
0.10
PS-2-66
Balmoral-Notch Hill Road  (Old Trans-Canada High
1.85
Commences 2 miles from junc
way)  from junction with Notch Hill-Tappen Road
tion  with Trans-Canada
to C.P.R. Freight Sheds at Notch Hill
Highway.
PS-3-66
Miscellaneous Chase streets          	
2.34
Map on file.
PSrtl-66
Squilax-Anglemont Road No. 446, Mile 21.0 to Mile
22.6 from Squilax
1.60
PS-5-66
Lillooet-Cache Creek Highway No. 12, Mile 5.5 to Mile
10.0 west of junction of Cariboo Highway at Car-
quile
4.50
PS-8-66
Heffley Creek Road, from junction with North Thompson Highway No. 5 to Knouff Lake Road
4.60
PS-11-66
Likely-Horsefly Road from Cariboo Highway No. 97.—
2.80
Junction with Likely Road is
at Mile 2.7.
PS-11-66
South Lakeside Road, Mile 1.5 to Mile 2.3 from Chilcotin Road
0.80
PS-11-66
Tlog Crppk T-narl, frorri  r_.ilrc.fin  Rnaci
2.10
PS-11-66
Chilcotin Road, Mile 0.1 east to Mile 1.9 west of Dog-
Creek Road
2.00
PS-10-66
Lac Le Jeune Road, from junction with Trans-Canada
3.60
Highway
From end of existing pulvimix.
PS-9-66
W^sfcyde RoaH
2.30
PS-12-66
Kamloops-Vernon Highway No. 97, Mile 1.0 to Mile
1.5 west of Monte Lake Store
Total miles, bituminous base process (pulvimix),
0.50
other highways, 1966/67	
70.70
 REPORT OF SENIOR PAVING ENGINEER
PAVING PROGRAMME FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1966/67-
SUMMARY OF PAVING PROGRAMME
C 37
-Continued
Type of Work
Trans-Canada
Highway
Other
Highways
(General)
Total,
All
Highways
Plant-mix (Hot-mix) Asphalt
Miles
0.91
Miles
4.73*
226.15
Miles
4.73*
227.06
0.91
230.88
10.07
231.79
10.07
Totals               	
0.91                240.95                241.86
Portland Cement Concrete Pavement
By contract    	
1
1
                     0.92*
0.92*
Pulvimix or Road-mix Asphalt Base Processing!
	
70.70
160.06
42.20
70.70
District crews 	
160.06
42.20
Totals  	
272.96                272.96
Bituminous Seal-coat2
By crews of the Paving Engineer	
1
         1          64.10
                   55.42
64 10
By district crews 	
55.42
Totals 	
119 52                119 52
Bituminous Surface Treatment
By district crews  	
	
185.07
185.07
* Base process in ordinary paving contracts is not recorded.
2 Sand-seal and chip-seal considered separately.
* Multi-lane (four lanes or more).
J. W. Kerr,
Senior Paving Engineer.
 C 38 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
REPORT OF THE DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER
HIGHWAY INVENTORY
In order to co-ordinate the Highways Department's planning activities, a highway inventory covering 4,100 miles of the major highway system was completed
and published. Primary information concerning pavement performance, width, age,
type, and condition was recorded for short contiguous sections, together with the
mileage. Data on bridges and other structures were correlated. Additional information included speed zones, traffic volumes, administrative regions, etc. Data-
processing equipment was used to store and retrieve the information and provide
requested listings.
A new tool, particularly helpful to headquarters personnel, was developed in
the Department—a photographic record of all the main highways in the Province
to supplement the inventory. A single 16-mm. colour exposure is taken on motion-
picture film every sixteen one-thousandths of a mile (about 85 feet) along the road,
with the camera pointed through the windshield of the vehicle to record the driver's
view. Some instrumentation is included in the frame, and this can be used to identify
the location and measure distances, etc. About 4,300 miles of road, corresponding
to the recorded inventory, were photographed during the summer of 1966.
In the headquarters offices, any section of road under discussion can be projected and viewed, within a few minutes' notice. An analyst projection system provides from stop motion to very high speed (up to an effective speed of 1,400 miles
per hour) viewing, so that a single location can be studied or a general appreciation
of a long stretch of road quickly obtained.   The volume of film used is modest.
The instrumentation gives approximate measurements of some of the roadway
features, but the major advantage of the photographs is that they present the viewer
with sufficient scope and accuracy to often substitute for a visit to the site. There
are many occasions when Department personnel can save time and have a better
understanding of problems described in correspondence, including, for example,
examination of accident sites, traffic-control features, alignments, and general conditions. As far as we know, British Columbia is the only place where the complete
main highway system has been recorded on film. It promises to be a very worthwhile development and will provide effective economic historical records. Improvement of equipment and extension of the film inventory to cover additional mileage
is planned for this year.
LOCATION BRANCH
N. R. Zapf, Director of Location
Highway-location surveys and designs completed during the fiscal year are
listed in the following report, totalling 319.94 miles of preliminary line, 228.74 miles
of location line, and 240.0 miles of office designs and estimates.
Completed designs represent a total value of work of approximately $60,-
000,000.
The total expenditures amounted to $1,565,056.40, which is detailed as
follows:—
Trans-Canada Highway, surveys and designs      $124,529.71
General highways, surveys and designs     1,224,788.23
Legal surveys        213,429.52
Mining-roads, surveys and designs  2,308.94
Total  $1,565,056.40
 REPORT OF DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER
C 39
Not included in these figures is the cost of survey and design of roads flooded
by the Arrow Dam for the account of British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
in the amount of $148,083.56.
Survey and Design Section
The projects surveyed and designed are listed below,
that design drawings and estimates have been completed.
An asterisk indicates
Trans-Canada Highway
Victoria to Nanaimo, truck lanes_
South intersection of Shawnigan Lake Road-
George S. Pearson Bridge approaches, curb and gutter-
Horseshoe Bay to Taylor Way	
Upper Levels, 14th St. to Ridgeway   	
Mosquito Creek to Taylor Way-
Interchanges, Sumas to Rosedale Junction..
Cannor-Lickman frontage — 	
Lickman Interchange  _ _
Prest Interchange .— _	
Hells Gate (control line)- 	
Three Mile Corner    _. _	
Cache Creek to Savona, truck lanes	
Savona Hill, truck lanes (control line)_
Mile 304.8 to Mile 305.5—	
Kamloops By-pass .    _ _.
Kamloops to Glacier, truck lanes 	
Downie Slide (control line) _. —
Totals .
Southern Trans-Canada Highway
Hope to Princeton, slide  	
Hedley to Stirling Creek   _   —
Keremeos east entrance — - 	
Blueberry Creek to Genelle 	
Genelle to Trail	
Taghum to Nelson — ._ _ — —
Nelson arterial     — —
Ootischenia to Champion Creek-
Creston By-pass.
Arrow Creek to Goat River, revision-
Erie Lake Overhead   	
Meadows to Erie Lake Overhead	
Castlegar, curb and gutter  	
Totals...  	
Vancouver Island Highways
Thetis Lake Road to Colwood Corner-
Lower Chemainus Bridge approaches...
Nanaimo to Wellington..
Cowichan Road, Trans-Canada Highway to Summit SawmillS-
Gold River to Muchalat Arm  — 	
River Road, Alberni, curb and gutter 	
Kitsuksis Creek channel, Alberni ~ - —	
Saltair Institute Access - 	
Mud Bay to Puntledge River	
Puntledge River to Oyster River..
Oyster River to Duncan Bay. _
Herd Road to Summit Sawmills .
Beaver Creek Road to Kennedy River-
Port McNeill Access..
Nimpkish River to Port McNeill	
Port McNeill to Port Hardy Airport-
Western Mines Access  	
Port Hardy ferry approaches _
Totals 	
Preliminary
Line
Location
Line
Miles
4.28
0.80
0.43
10.75
2.70
1.12
1.64
7.10
1.06
1.60
0.38
31.86
5.20
3.37
4.14
1.31
1.29
16.61
2.41
1.30
16.10
2.40
1.70
16.10
28.90
18.40
1.34
88.65
Miles
3.42
1.41
4.62
0.75
1.30
11.50
4.90
0.58
1.12
0.40
7.00
7.26
9.00
2.60
2.08
6.60
0.70
20.10
3.50
9.00
1.60
62.44
Office
Design
Miles
10.00
0.20
0.10*
4.12*
0.60
2.11*
1.00
4.83
12.00
34.96
1.00
3.40*
2.76
2.07*
0.50
2.00
0.90
12.63
6.00
13.50*
0.90*
0.86*
2.00
1.65*
6.11*
5.72
2.50
39.24
 C 40
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
Survey and Design Section—Continued
Preliminary
Line
Location
Line
Office
Design
Lower Mainland Roads
Miles
Miles
0.36
0.61
0.51
1.53
1.30
0.30
6.04
Miles
0.81
0.32
3.32
1.64*
	
2.04*
1.51*
10.47
2.07
1.24
2.90
2.80
4.82
0.50
1.13
13.41
2.09
0.60
2.90
County Line Interchange to U.S. Border  .„ 	
5.42
Totals                                                     	
44.93
16.07
9.64
Cariboo Highway
Miles
13.22
8.00
Miles
10.98
Miles
0.20*
1.90*
Totals                                        	
21.22
10.98
2.10
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
0.85
8.90
26.40
5.20
0.85
1.10
4.40
3.00
2.43*
0.72*
1.50
Smithers to Telkwa, Section I    	
3.50
2.15
2.18
2.31
Smithers to Telkwa, Section II  - . .	
Endako River and C.N.R. Overhead approaches	
1.40*
1.40*
0.47*
0.84*
Boulder Creek to Hells Bells Creek	
5.00*
Hells Bells Creek to Lot 5181          	
2.00*
3.32*
0.50
2.16*
6.50
Kitsequecla Bridge approaches ._	
	
1.50
Totals  	
41.85
14.18
34.55
North Thompson Highway
1.18
0.50
2.13*
Blackpool to Raft River -_  __ _	
	
2.00
0.75*
Totals  	
1.68
4.88
Kootenay-Columbia Highway
1.25
Vernon-Nelway Highway (No. 6)
3.27
3.01
1.47
3.94
2.10
	
2.50
 REPORT OF DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER
Survey and Design Section—Continued
C 41
Preliminary
Line
Location
Line
Office
Design
Vernon—Nelway Highway (No. 6)—Continued
Miles
Miles
2.20
4.10
Miles
19.86
1.00
26.20
Totals...    _                                                            	
4.27
16.82
48.56
Stewart-Cassiar Highway
Bell-Irving River South to Bell-Irving River North	
	
	
17.00
5.00
Surprise Creek Bridge approaches.. _	
0.50
Totals                                                          	
22.50
Okanagan Highway
2.43
3.17
0.96
4.76
28.21
0.30
0.65
Totals...               	
6.56
33.27
0.65
Miscellaneous Highways
	
0.75
	
0.51
0.25
1.18
1.30
6.84
1.92
0.48
	
0.28*
10.80
1.26
1.41*
2.40
1.38
4.20*
3.40
1.08*
Halfway River Bridge approaches (Highway No. 29)	
1.23
5.45
4.00
0.20
1.15*
2.70
0.87
5.69
2.60
1.37
1.00
1.92
6.14
1.00
8.79
8.10
3.68
3.91
2.23
5.20
	
5.83
2.00
1.25
1.00
1.40
2.87
0.50
....    .
1.02
Fort Steele to Bull River _.  	
1.06
9.96
0.60
2.37
3.76
2.34
3.00
2.20
Barkerville Road, Mile 24 to Mile 27	
Totals                                                                   	
63.99
54.80
29.04
319.94
228.74
240.00
Planning Section
During the past fiscal year the Planning Section obtained sufficient low-level
aerial photography to produce high-order mapping on the Trans-Canada Highway
on the Savona Hill, and on Lulu Island for studying a new crossing of the North
Arm of the Fraser River. Low-level photography was also obtained for study purposes on the Victoria West Highway and at Revelstoke Junction.
Previously flown low-level photography was used to produce mapping for interchanges on Highway No. 401 at Sardis Road, McDermott-Atkinson Road, River
Road, Prest Road, and the junction of Highway No. 9; for location of a frontage
 C 42 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
road on Highway No. 401 between Annis Road and the junction of Highway No. 9;
and for slide investigation at Quesnel. High-level photography was utilized to obtain
low-order mapping through Telkwa Pass between Terrace and Telkwa, through
Hurley Pass north of Pemberton, from Fauquier to Octopus Summit on the possible
route between Fauquier and Passmore, for Mitchell Bridge revision on the Barkerville Road, for route investigation between Ruby Creek and Katz Flats on the
Lougheed Highway extension, and for Galena Pass between Upper Arrow and Trout
Lakes.
Route projections were prepared on aerial photos for the following: (1) North
Thompson River crossing, North Kamloops; (2) Fauquier to Castlegar; (3) Nanaimo By-pass; (4) Duncan Dam to Stoney Creek on Highway No. 1; (5) Hope
to Merritt via the Coquihalla; (6) Terrace By-pass; (7) Akamena Pass; (8) Fort
Nelson to Alberta Boundary; and (9) Cranbrook to Kimberley Airport.
Route projections and layouts were prepared on aerial mapping for the following: (1) Fort St. John truck by-pass; (2) Kiskatinaw River crossing; (3)
Oyster River to Duncan Bay; (4) Mitchell Bridge revision; (5) Richter Pass to
Oliver; (6) Revelstoke Junction; (7) Garden City Way and Sea Island Way Junction; (8) Campbellton Interchange; (9) Prest Interchange; and (10) junction of
Highways Nos. 9 and 401 Interchange.
In addition the Planning Section completed design, plan preparation, and estimates on the following: (1) South-west Marine Drive between 41st Avenue and
University of British Columbia; (2) 16th Avenue extension from Blanca Street to
University of British Columbia; (3) Carrolls Landing to Nakusp along Upper Arrow
Lake; (4) Khyex River Bridge on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway; (5)
Simon Fraser University Ring Road on Burnaby Mountain; (6) Fort St. John truck
by-pass on the Alaska Highway; and (7) Lickman Interchange on the Trans-Canada
Highway.
Design is currently in hand on the following: (1) Prest Interchange, Trans-
Canada Highway; (2) junction with Highway No. 9 Interchange, Trans-Canada
Highway; (3) Kamloops By-pass, Trans-Canada Highway; (4) Dore Overhead
approaches, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway; (5) Lamming Mills to Holmes
River, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway; (6) Smithers to Telkwa, Section 1,
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway; (7) Kathlyn Lake to Smithers, Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway; and (8) Cranberry Lake to Shelter Bay on the Revel-
stoke-Shelter Bay Highway.
Computer Section
All regions are now using the highway computer programmes, and interest has
also been shown by a number of other departments and outside organizations.
During the year the earthwork design programmes were used to process 44
projects with a combined length of 260 miles; the D.T.M. preliminary design programme was used on three projects, and five projects were run on the new pavement
elevation programme.
A plotting-machine has just been acquired. This machine will be connected
directly to the computer, and will plot cross-sections or graphs on the basis of data
fed into or calculated by the computer. This should speed up design and survey
work in the Department, as plotting by hand is necessarily a tedious and slow-
moving task.
 REPORT OF DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER C 43
Legal Surveys Section
Total expenditure for legal surveys of highway rights-of-way was as follows:—
Legal Survey Vote  $213,429.52
Construction project votes     117,239.10
British Columbia Ferry Authority         3,240.57
Total  $333,909.19
Surveys under Legal Survey Vote
Highway No. 1 and alternatives:
Horseshoe Bay to Taylor Way, defining right-of-way in Lots 6 and 7, District Lot 1069, Group 1, Plan 10205; Lots 2 and 3 of Lot 2, Parcel
A of Block A, District Lot 815; Lots 11, 12, 13, and 14, Block B,
District Lot 815, Plan 9624; Lots 10, 11, and 12 in District Lots
886 and 887, Plan 10004; and additional rights-of-way in Lot 4 in
part North Half of Section 39 and Block H in South Half of Section
39, Town of Hastings (Boundary Road); in Section 16, Block 5
north, Range 1 west (Johnston Road); and in Sections 35 and 36,
Block 5 north, Range 2 west.
South boundary of Section 24, Township 14, Range 27, to south boundary
of Klakamich Indian Reserve No. 17.*
Right-of-way through part Legal Subdivision 3, Section 18, Township 27,
Range 21, west of the 5th meridian (Golden).
Highway No. 3 and alternatives:
South boundary of District Lot 244 to north boundary of Lot 52, Plan
5269 (south of Cawston).
North boundary of District Lot 561 to south boundary of District Lot
632 (S.) (south of Cawston).
South boundary of Lot 2075 to south boundary of Lot 327 (S.) (Eholt).
East boundary of Lot 10108P to north boundary of Lot 10484 (Bridal
Lake section).
Through District Lot 303, Kootenay District (South Slocan).
South boundary of Lot 7360 to north boundary of Lot 10272 (Beasley).
Hosmer to Olson Overhead.
Highway No. 5:
South boundary of Lot 1589 to north boundary of Joeyaska Indian Reserve No. 2 (Merritt).
South boundary of Lot 4691 to south boundary of Lot 4360 (Nicola
Lake).
Through part of Kamloops Indian Reserve No. 1.*
South boundary of District Lot 36 to north boundary of District Lot 39
(McLure).
West boundary of District Lot 1714 to south boundary of District Lot
2625 (Clearwater to Birch Island).
West boundary of District Lot 2837 to east boundary of District Lot 3868
(Birch Island to Vavenby).
Highway No. 6:  South Slocan to north boundary of Lot 8054.f
Highway No. 7: Widening in North-east Quarter of Section 24 and South-east
Quarter of Section 33, Township 20 (Nicomen Island).
* Continuing surveys.
t Continuing surveys, now complete.
 C 44 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
Highway No. 9:  Widening in Section 6, Township 3, Plans 1985 and 11755,
New Westminster District (Rosedale).
Highway No. 12: North boundary of District Lot 4940 to north boundary of
McCartney Flat Indian Reserve No. 4.*
Highway No. 14:  Defining right-of-way through Lot 2, Plan 17066, Section
15, Sooke District (Sooke Bridge).
Highway No. 16:
Khyex River crossing.
North boundary of Lot 2962 to west boundary of Lot 1230 (Mudflat to
Seaton Overhead).
Through part of District Lot 632 (Houston).
West boundary of Lot 1167 to east boundary of Lot 3552 (Perow).
West boundary of Lot 4159 to south boundary of Lot 4141 (Tintagel to
Priestly).
Through Stel-la-quo Indian Reserve No. 5.
Highway No. 17: Widening in Lots 26 and 41, Group 2 (Ladner Interchange).
Highway No. 19:
Through Section 19, Township 5, and District Lot 231 (Oyster River).
Section 31, Township 3, to Kelsey Bay Wharf.
Highway No. 21:   Through parts of Lots 4592 and 812, Kootenay District
(Erickson).
Highway No. 22/22a:  East boundary of Lot 538 to Plan R 44 (Warfield).
Highway No. 25: South boundary of Lot 4469 to north boundary of Lot 6624
(Lakelse Slide).
Highway No. 29:  Hudson Hope to Lynx Creek.
Highway No. 95/95a:
East boundary of Lot 6256 to Canadian Pacific Railway in Lot 2968,
Kootenay District (Wycliffe).
East boundary of Lot 2580 to north boundary of Lot 486, Kootenay District (Radium).
Highway No. 97:
Glenmore Road to Penno Road (Ellison Overhead).
Widenings in South-west Quarter of Section  14, Township  19, Plan
B 1318, and Lots 1 and 2, Plan 1937, and Lot 5, Plan 3327, District
Lot 526 (near Grindrod).
West boundary of District Lot 964 to North-east Quarter of District Lot
4175 (100 Mile House).
Widenings in District Lots 3951 and 3951a (Dragon Lake).
Widening in District Lot 3200 (Strathnaver).
Through District Lot 631 (near Prince George Airport).
Alaska Highway through Legal Subdivision 3, Section 19, Township 82,
Range 17 (near Peace River Bridge).
Highway No. 99:
Defining right-of-way in part District Lot 764, Group 1 (at Keith Road).
Lot 4261 to east boundary of North-east Quarter of Section 3, Township
50 (Squamish).
South boundary of District Lot 1758 to east boundary of District Lot
3363 (Green Lake).
West boundary of Timber Licence 43716 to north boundary of Lot 4753.f
* Continuing surveys.
t Continuing surveys, now complete.
 REPORT OF DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER C 45
Highway No. 101:   Through 5-acre portion of District Lot 687, Group  1
(Soames Creek).
Miscellaneous Highways and Roads:
Region 1:
Millstream Road, Trans-Canada Highway to Section 2, Range 3 West,
Highland District.
Somenos Road through Section 1, Range 4, Somenos District.
Evening Cove Road through Sections 1 and 2 and Chemainus Indian
Reserve No. 13.
Tzouhalem Road, widening in Cowichan Indian Reserve No. 1.
Takala and Cameron Roads through Lots 11, 12, and 14 and Section 4,
Bright District.
Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Road, Trans-Canada Highway to Shawnigan
Lake Road. *
Shawnigan Lake Road, Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway to Shawnigan-
Mill Bay Road.*
Subdivision of part Lot 6 of Section 11, Range 4, Quamichan District
(McLay Road Gravel Pit).
Subdivision of Lot 2, Plan 13442, Section 7, Range 9, Shawnigan District
(Telegraph Gravel Pit).
South Shore Road No. 27 through Section 32, Renfrew District (Robertson River).
Georgia Avenue, Section 21, Range 7, Nanaimo District.
Cedar Road, defining public road in part of Nanaimo Indian Reserve
No. 2.
Faber Road in part of District Lot 120, Alberni District.
Georgina Point Road in North-east Quarter of Section 12, Mayne Island.
Fernhill Road, Whalen Road to south boundary of Parcel G, Plan 17303,
Section 9, Mayne Island.
Subdivision in North-east Quarter of Section 36, Saturna Island (yard site
and gravel pit).
Fulford-Ganges and Blackburn Roads in North-west Quarter, South Salt-
spring Island.
Green Road extension through Lot 134 and Cape Mudge Indian Reserve
No. 10.*
Subdivision of portion of District Lot 5024, Lillooet District (Devine
Gravel Pit).
Subdivision of West Half of Legal Subdivision 4, Section 15, Township
22, New Westminster District (Columbia Valley Road Gravel Pit).
Defining right-of-way, MacCallum Road, Abbotsford.
Defining right-of-way, Brunette Street, Coquitlam.
Defining right-of-way, Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby.
Defining right-of-way, Pemberton Meadows Road, Pemberton Village to
west boundary of Lot 183.*
Restoration of monuments, Hastings Street at Sperling Avenue, Burnaby.
Referencing monuments, South-west Marine Drive.
Region 2:
Westsyde Road, south boundary of North-west Quarter of Section 4 to
north boundary of Section 22, Township 22, Range 17.
* Continuing surveys.
 C 46 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
Miscellaneous Highways and Roads—Continued
Region 2—Continued
Princeton-Summerland Road No. 4 through District Lot 1193, near
Princeton.
Balmoral Road No. 66, Trans-Canada Highway to Blind Bay.
Barriere Town Road No. 113-118 through District Lot 1483.
Boulder Mountain Road No. 125 and Schilling Gravel Pit in District Lots
1696 and 3312.
Canim Lake Road No. 318, 100 Mile House to north boundary of District
Lot 4176.|
Mercer Gravel Pit in District Lot 2144, Lillooet District (Horse Lake).
Region 3:
Robson Access, Highway No. 3a to north boundary of Sub-lot 28 of District Lot 4598.
Kaslo arterial highway through Lots 208, 209, and 437, Kootenay District. *
Region 4:
Road No. 103 through South-east Quarter of Section 26, Township 84,
Range 17 (Cecil Lake).
Road No. 107, from west boundary of Section 19 to south boundary of
Section 23, Township 83, Range 17 (Baldonnel).
Road No. 145, Alaska Highway to north boundary of Section 12, Township 84, Range 19 (Fort St. John).
Willow Road No. 153 through District Lot 1942 (Prince George).
Douglas Lodge, Fort St. James, and Germansen Landing roads through
District Lots 3180, 3182, and 3185, Range 5, Coast District.
Kitimat-Minette Bay Road, Kitimat to Alcan power-line.
Paradise Road and gravel-pit extension in District Lot 8635, Cariboo
District (near Quesnel).
Subdivision plan, gravel-pit site in District Lot 310, Range 5, Coast District (Minette Bay).
Legal Surveys, Project Votes
Highway No. 1:
Project No. 1390—Mill Bay revision.f
Bridge Project No. 470—Diamond Overhead Crossing, f
Project No. 1367—Duncan curb and gutter.
Highway No. 3 and Alternatives:
Project No. 1208—West Trail to Glenmerry.*
Project No. 1460—Kinnaird Interchange.!
Project No. 1544—Columbia River to Thrums.f
Highway No. 5:
Project No. 1458—McMurphy to Six Mile Crossing.*
Bridge Project No. 501—North Thompson crossing at Barriere.f
Project No. 1475—Six Mile Crossing to Chappell Creek.*
Highway No. 10:  Project No. 1442—Langley By-pass.f
Highway No. 16:
Project No. 1288—Lot 5181 to Usk.f
Project No. 1291—Copper River to Usk.f
Project No. 1459—Terrace to Copper River.f
Project No. 1493—McBride Bridge approaches.
* Continuing surveys.
t Continuing surveys, now complete.
 REPORT OF DESIGN AND PLANNING ENGINEER C 47
Highway No. 17:  Project No. 1590—Swartz Bay to Ardwell Road.
Highway No. 29:
Project No. 1377—Hudson Hope to Chetwynd, Section l.f
Project No. 1490—Hudson Hope to Chetwynd, Section 2.*
Highway No. 97:
Project No. 1358—Mile 164 to Mile 183, John Hart-Peace River Highway.
Project S. 2364-2—Cariboo Highway, Mile 95.6 to Mile 111.8.*
Other Highways:  Project No. 1596—Northwood Pulp Mill Access.*
British Columbia Ferry Authority:
Kelsey Bay foreshore lot and water-line easement.
Otter Bay foreshore lot.
Swartz Bay foreshore lot extension.
Swartz Bay terminal consolidation survey.
Swartz Bay water-line easement.
* Continuing surveys.
f Continuing surveys, now complete.
MATERIALS TESTING BRANCH
E. E. Readshaw, Senior Materials Engineer
Soil Surveys
Soil surveys on 474 miles of new route locations and reconstruction of existing
routes have continued this past year and work on 140 miles is continuing. Four
regional power auger rigs, seven headquarters diamond drills, and several contractors' drills were used on the 1966 projects.
One of the contract drills, called a Becker drill, was used extensively for quick
results. This machine drives a casing down into the soil with a pile-driving hammer
and recovers the soil with compressed air. It is 10 times as fast as the usual water-
operated diamond drill, but, being a heavier machine, it is more expensive to run.
Where detailed measurements of soil characteristics are not needed, this type of drill
is being used increasingly. Near Prince Rupert, where muskeg deposits are extensive, the small motor-operated drill carried by two men is the best means of obtaining much of the soils information. In one case near Agassiz a helicopter was used
to transport a diamond-drill rig to an otherwise inaccessible slope where soils information was required.
Seismic methods of exploration are being used to determine depths to bedrock,
and the Department has purchased a portable 12-channel instrument for this purpose. A crew is training in the use of the instrument, and Branch personnel are
gaining experience in interpreting field records. Consultants have also used seismic
surveys for predicting the amount of explosive which can safely be used near buildings, tunnels, and existing bridge abutments. This is done by monitoring with the
seismograph the blast waves from several small explosions and then measuring the
strength of the shock waves generated.
Bridge Foundations
Bridge foundations continue to make up a large part of the Branch's work.
This past year 44 sites were investigated. Test-holes totalling about 11,000 feet
were put down and soil samples recovered for testing in the laboratory. Twelve
sites were on the new North Thompson route now being constructed. At Moose
Lake on Highway No. 16, the approach fills to a railway overpass extend out into
 C 48 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
the lake. The lake-bed consists of very soft glacial silt under depths of water up
to 40 feet. An intensive investigation was carried out to determine the most feasible method of constructing the fill in the lake. It was found that the fill could be
constructed to an initial height just above water by end dumping. Later, after settlement had taken place, the remaining fill could then be placed. So far the first
12 feet of height has been constructed, and instruments placed on the lake-bed have
shown no major failure, although some minor up-thrusts of the lake-bed have occurred.   It is expected that the whole fill will be completed by the end of 1967.
At McBride the new Fraser River Bridge has been started, and the 3-foot-
diameter prestressed concrete piles, 164 feet long, have been successfully driven into
soft clay, relying for their support upon the frictional resistance of the clay. This
is believed to be the first time that such large piles have been used this way. The
piles were load-tested, and strain gauges and piezometers were cast into the precast
piles before they were driven. The piezometers registered considerable pore pressure immediately after the piles were driven, which dissipated after a period of about
one month, showing that the soft clay does consolidate around the pile relatively
rapidly. Load tests after two weeks showed the bearing capacity to be in excess of
that calculated from theory. Unfortunately the strain gauges were damaged during
driving, and no meaningful results were obtained about the distribution of stress
under load.
Slides and Stability Problem
Problems with rock slopes continue to arise, and the Branch has recently completed the stabilization work at Hells Gate Bluffs in the Fraser Canyon and at Por-
teau Bluffs on the Squamish Highway. Both jobs have involved the placement of
rock bolts under difficult working conditions. A further rock problem is under
study at Agassiz, where a new cut will come to within 30 feet of an existing railway
tunnel. To gain knowledge of the stress conditions which will be set up during the
excavation, a study is being made of methods of measuring such stresses both on
models in the laboratory and in the field with optical strain gauges. A further 200-
foot-high cut at Gold River is also being investigated. As the scale of excavations
in rock increases, more data will be needed on the relatively new science of rock
mechanics.
Several landslides and fill failures occurred, which were investigated and remedial measures recommended. The most serious was at Quesnel, where the river
bank adjacent to the highway began to move. The area was extensively developed.
Test-holes showed the soil to consist of loose gravel and silt overlying hard clay and
lignite. A large amount of water lying in the gravel and trapped by the underlying
clay was gradually softening the clay, and the bank began to subside. The water
was found to be coming from fractured water mains and drainage lines. These were
repaired and horizontal drains installed, from which a relatively large flow was obtained.   Movement has now ceased, but observations are continuing.
The majority of slides in British Columbia are caused by excessive amounts
of underground water, and the solution is very often to be found in the proper provision of drainage. Horizontal drains are continually being installed to solve such
problems, but a better solution is to install such drainage during construction.
Photo 1 shows such an installation at Nicholls Creek on the Mica Access Road. In
this case, high artesian pressures under the fill were intercepted by perforated pipes
laid in a carefully zoned fill. The resultant flow of water indicates their success
{see photo 2).
 report of design and planning engineer c 49
Portland Cement Concrete
The repair of concrete bridge decks deteriorated by the action of frost and de-
icing salts has proceeded this past year and the previous year. In 1966 about 10,000
square yards of deck have been resurfaced with a thin lift of new dense concrete,
which has considerably improved the riding quality of these bridges. So far the bond
of the new concrete to the old has proved adequate in resisting traffic and frost action.
It is hoped that the repair programme can be accelerated next year by mobilizing
an additional crew. Experiments are under way on several new formulations for
repairing bridge decks with even thinner surfacing materials.
Research
Tests have been carried out on the capability of waterproof membranes to
adhere to concrete under the action of freeze-thaw conditions and vapour pressure.
The purpose of these membranes is to prevent de-icing salts which may leak through
an asphalt surface from penetrating the concrete underneath. There have been
many cases where this action has rotted the concrete. So far no membrane appears
able to bond properly under the laboratory-simulated conditions.
Pavement Design
Two sections of highway were built with a cement-treated base this year—one
near Dawson Creek and the other at South-west Marine Drive, Vancouver. The
Branch prepared designs for the base thickness required and the cement content of
the base material. At South-west Marine Drive the naturally dense sandy clay was
used as aggregate and no gravel imported. A 6-inch concrete surface was placed
over the soil cement sub-base. At Dawson Creek, gravel from the Pouce Coupe
River was used as aggregate, and this was first spread on the existing road surface
and then mixed with cement in place. Without the cement at least twice the amount
of gravel would have been needed, and this area is extremely short of it.
In the course of investigations to determine pavement thickness design, the
load-bearing capacities of existing highways and change of strength of highways
during the spring thaw are measured by testing pavement deflections with the Benkle-
man beam. In addition, data on conditions of the pavement surface are obtained,
as well as an evaluation of the pavement performance rating. The analysis of this
data is time-consuming, and steps are therefore being taken to have this done by
the computer, which will print out summaries, comparisons, and correlations in a
very short time. The results then become permanent records and can be used conveniently at any time.
This spring, for the third successive year, Benkleman beam studies and a pavement condition survey have been carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway near
Golden. This highway has shown signs of distress during the spring break-up, which
are unexpected in view of the original construction specification used. It appears
that the problem is not caused by underdesign of the thickness of base used, but by
the unexpected behaviour of the base materials used. The materials are very dense,
well compacted, and impermeable, which introduces a drainage problem in the
spring when the small amount of additional water caused by the thaw cannot escape
quickly enough from the area affected by wheel loads. This causes distortion and
cracking of the base and pavement, which increases in magnitude each spring. The
proposed solution is to recap with cement-treated gravel and repave. Trial sections
of this solution have performed well.
 C 50
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
Inspection of Materials
As in other years, inspection tests on road materials such as culverts, piles,
concrete products, paint, steel, grinding-wheels, fencing, and lumber were carried
out by regional staff. A total of 1,000 inspections was made. In addition, new
specifications for culvert and precast concrete products have been prepared.
Training
The training course for drillers was held in January. Twenty-eight drillers
attended.
Branch examinations were set this year for the first time and were written by
the engineering aides in all regions.   These will be continued on a regular basis.
Summary of Work Done
Region
Vancouver
Kamloops
18
9
154.44
91.83
888
59
5,568
1,297
11
11
197
52
1,368
550
1
6    i
62
Nelson
Prince
George
Headquarters,
Victoria
Total
Soil surveys (number of projects)..
Miles  _ 	
Number of test-holes drilled..
Total feet of holes drilled.—
Number of gravel pits investigated..
Number of test-holes and test-pits.—
Total feet of drilling  -	
Number of stability investigations and landslides   —   	
Number of test-holes  	
Total feet drilled  _   	
Number of bridge foundations-
Number of test-holes	
Total feet of drilling	
Concrete inspection projects-
Number of cylinders tested—
Number of site inspections.—
Feet of piles inspected  —  	
Feet of culvert inspected—C.M.P., asbestos
cement, and concrete  - _	
Feet of lumber inspected ..
Research  projects   and  other  miscellaneous
investigations—
Buildings, water wells, etc	
Number of test-holes  	
Feet of drilling   	
Paint (number of inspections)  	
Other materials—epoxy, asphalt plank, nails,
chain link fence, neoprene, steel (number
of inspections)  _	
Benkleman beam studies—
Research projects.
Miles of pavement design studies..
Miles of construction testing.
Number of sections tested for spring restrictions, approximately 12 times per
year    —	
Seismic surveys (number of projects)	
Bridge-deck resurfacing programme (number
of bridges treated) 	
Soil tests performed   	
913    |
2
17
348
24
2,082
291
199,868
349,626
4
42
705
13
40
61.7
26
3,163
9
169
22
43
46
37
10
77.59
88
1,800
31
417
6,073
3
44
760
14
706
40
2,382
29,904
42
34
1,456 4,953
10
103.20
398
3,925
63
889
6,476
11
103
956
2
8
217
16
330
16
12,358
185,937
63
42
47
3,033
5
47.34
90
3,538
5
15
929
30
179
11,784
40
113
10,129
5
978
123
15
43
2,062
208
43
52
474.40
1,523
16,128
121
1,555
15,396
51
388
14,413
44
138
10,694
68
4,265
482
199,868
364,366
215,841
26
85
2,767
221
89
2
209.7
144
5
7    ] 7
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Fill being placed along the edge of the Yellowhead Lake over the very soft clay lake-bed.
Photo 1. Network of perforated pipes being laid at Nicholls Creek fill on Mica Access
Road.   Drains will prevent underground water rising into the fill.
Photo 2. Copious flow of underground water flowing from drains under Nicholls Creek fill.
.
 C 52 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
Sample of undisturbed soil being
tested in the triaxial machine in the Victoria laboratory. Strength and pore-
water pressure are being measured.
TRAFFIC BRANCH
J. H. Harding, Senior Traffic Engineer
During the past fiscal year the Traffic Branch continued to co-operate with
individuals and organizations in the allied fields of traffic safety, community planning,
standardization of traffic-control devices, and traffic operations. The Senior Traffic
Engineer represents the Department on the British Columbia Safety Council, the
St. John Ambulance Highway First Aid Committee, the Capital Regional Planning
Board, the Canadian Good Roads Association Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada, and the Canadian Good Roads Association Committee on
Traffic Operations.
Short traffic counts were taken with automatic equipment at over 800 locations
where traffic is counted annually in the summer. A number of special counts were
taken for various reasons, including all the machine-made traffic counts necessary
for two city traffic studies made by consulting engineering firms. Count data from
our permanent count stations showed total traffic increased over 1965 totals by
about 9 per cent in the Northern Interior, 10 per cent in the Southern Interior, 12
per cent in the Fraser Valley, and 6 per cent on Vancouver Island.
Traffic signals were installed at 29 intersections, and flashing beacons were
installed at three locations. Two hundred street-lighting luminaires were installed
at intersections and interchanges, and 125 freeway directional signs were lighted.
Design and installation of this number of electrical traffic-control devices taxed the
relatively small staff to the limit. Fifteen railway grade crossings were signalized in
co-operation with the Federal Board of Transport Commissioners and the railways.
 REPORT OF CHIEF RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT C 53
During the year numerous intersection problems were investigated, and, where
necessary, improvements such as widening, channelization, signing, and signal revisions were carried out. Designs for many new Departmental construction projects
were checked for operational adequacy.
Changing conditions necessitated the review of many speed limits. The opinion
of the responsible police forces was obtained in most cases, and, where necessary,
actual travel speeds were checked by means of a radar speed meter.
Further study was instigated in connection with the Metropolitan Victoria traffic
report prepared for the Capital Region Planning Board by a firm of consulting
engineers. The Senior Traffic Engineer participated in a study of proposals for a
new Burrard Inlet crossing.
Division 23 of the Regulations Pursuant to the Motor-vehicle Act was approved
by Cabinet. This regulation requires all British Columbia municipalities to conform
by a specific date with specified standards regarding traffic signals and certain traffic
signs.
The second edition of the manual " Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada," prepared by the Council on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada, was
received and distributed to regional and district officials. Work was continued on
the preparation of the Department's own manual.
Reports of fatal accidents which occurred in the 1966 calendar year were reviewed in detail and significant characteristics tabulated.
E. B. Wilkins,
Design and Planning Engineer.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT
During the 1966/67 fiscal year a total of 595 settlements was completed by
the Right-of-way Branch. One claim was submitted to arbitration proceedings. The
expenditure for right-of-way and other properties acquired by the Department
totalled $4,329,444.81. This included holdings purchased on behalf of the British
Columbia Ferry Authority. Of this amount, $2,094,722.16 was expended for right-
of-way on the Trans-Canada Highway.
There were 21 sales by public tender and 18 sales by public auction of lands
surplus to highway requirements and of buildings to be cleared from rights-of-way.
These sales resulted in a recovery of $64,082.88. Gross revenue from rentals
amounted to $75,595.92. During the fiscal year a total of 161 buildings and parcels
of land was under short-term lease or rental agreement. The largest number of these
is on the Upper Levels Highway, where advance right-of-way acquisition has accounted for the purchase of 44 improved properties currently under rental.
The opening of an office last year in Smithers has facilitated operations in the
Prince George Regional Office. A similar arrangement, which had been temporarily deferred, will be carried out by the establishment of a branch in Cranbrook as
a subsidiary of the Nelson Regional Office.
L. J. Moore,
Chief Right-of-way Agent.
L
 C 54
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EQUIPMENT
During the year a net total of $6,499,349.73 was expended to cover the cost
of labour, repairs, fuel, and garage overhead required to operate and maintain equipment owned by the Government and operated by the Department of Highways.
The sum of $2,666,418.88 was expended on the purchase of new equipment,
as follows: 19 graders; 11 crawler tractors; 19 rubber-tired loaders; 1 truck-
mounted loader; 5 steam generating plants; 4 rotary snow-ploughs; 31 reversible
blades and one-way snow-ploughs; 2 concrete screeds; 1 screening plant; 4 light
plants; 5 miscellaneous trailers, 1 aerial ladder; 1 derrick-digger; 1 speed mixer;
4 four-door sedans; 2 vans; 61 Vi -ton pick-ups; 25 Vi -ton panels; 4% -ton pickups; 6 1-ton panels; 7 1-ton trucks; 5 3-ton trucks; 40 4-ton trucks; 2 motor-cycles;
1 compactor, cutter, and crusher; 1 vibrating roller; 1 pull-type roller; and sundry
small equipment such as rock drills, saws, garage equipment, etc.
MIXING PLANTS
Two Departmental mixing plants operated in 44 different locations and produced 50,613 cubic yards of asphalt patching material.
SIGN-SHOP
From the period April 1, 1966, to March 31, 1967, a total of 31,317 metal
and plywood signs was produced at a net expenditure of $235,093.98.
J. H. Smythe,
Superintendent of Equipment.
 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES C 55
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FERRIES
Fifty-one ferries were operated under the jurisdiction of the Department of
Highways during the 1966/67 fiscal year. Of these, 14 were Government-owned
major ferries, 12 were Government-owned cable ferries, 13 Government-owned reaction ferries, and 7 were privately owned subsidized ferries. There were also 5
Government-owned miscellaneous ferries.
TRAFFIC
The traffic for the year totalled 2,252,054 vehicles and 5,519,534 passengers.
This is a slight decrease from the preceding year and was brought about by the
opening of the Kinnaird bridge, relieving the heavy traffic flow on the Castlegar
ferries.
MAINTENANCE
All ferries were inspected during the year, and all repair work was accomplished
with a minimum of inconvenience to the public. Relief ferries were provided
wherever it was possible to do so.
NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ALTERATIONS
Comox District.—The passenger vessel M.V. " Uchuk II " was purchased and
put into operation between Sointula, Alert Bay, and Port MacNeill. The vessel,
renamed " Sointula Queen," is basically used as a school bus, although other passenger usage is increasing constantly.
GENERAL
A great deal of research and engineering design have been done in connection
with the proposed new ferries and landings such as those for the new Arrow Lake
sites.
FERRY REVENUE
Albion   $81,830.20
Arrow Lakes (Upper)   21,949.75
Barnston Island  69.00
Comox-Powell River  289,768.00
Denman Island  15,380.70
Francois Lake  350.00
Gabriola Island  46,018.80
North Bend  11,779.80
Quathiaski Cove  60,013.40
Sointula   5,142.75
Thetis Island  9,967.80
Woodfibre  69,742.00
Total  $612,012.20
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF ELECTRONICS
A fully solid-state repeater concept was designed and developed by the Department. After thorough environmental testing, units were installed at four locations,
giving very excellent results and reliability.
Fibreglass buildings are being constructed which will present a complete communications package containing power supply, communications equipment, heating
unit, and antenna systems within the structure, thus eliminating the very real icing
and structural problems at mountain sites. Units are light enough to be placed on
site by ordinary helicopters, and the aim is for at least a two-year period without
further service or attention. Such a concept will have far-reaching application in
the development of our communication network, especially in the more remote areas.
Base stations were added at Tete Jaune Cache and Red Pass and at all construction camps on the Yellowhead-Prince George route.
Some 75 mobile units were added to the system.
Continuing communications surveys were carried out on the Stewart-Cassiar
route, Prince Rupert-Queen Charlotte Islands, Yellowhead, and Big Bend areas for
future development.
W. F. Conlan,
Director of Electronics.
 A fully solid-state
repeater concept.
 C 60 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL OFFICER
APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT
A total of 1,575 applications was received and processed.
POSITION POSTINGS
One hundred and forty-one positions were posted for Province-wide competition, 61 being issued from this office, 80 by.the Civil Service Commission.
CORRESPONDENCE
A total of 9,826 letters and allied documents was received and processed, and
5,667 letters were issued.
25-YEAR CERTIFICATES
Twenty employees received certificates. They are: N. Allan, Right-of-way
Agent, Victoria; H. Brown, Road Maintenance Foreman, Nanaimo; R. Lomas,
Technician 1, Bridge Branch, Victoria; M. K. Nicholson, Mechanic Foreman 3,
Courtenay; A. E. Rhodes, Comptroller of Expenditure, Victoria; W. H. Sluggett,
Power-grader Operator, Burnside; N. C. Tattrie, Assistant Chief Right-of-way
Agent, Victoria; G. Wilkinson, Sign Maintenance Man, Burnside; D. A. Car-
michael, Road Maintenance Foreman, Nelson; W. S. Charter, Mechanic 3, Kelowna;
L. F. Cote, Power-shovel Operator, Nelson; J. H. Davy, Power-grader Operator,
Kelowna; R. H. Dill, Technician 2, Nelson; Mrs. H. M. Haylmore, Senior Clerk,
Lillooet; T. Nutter, Road Maintenance Foreman, Nelson; D. C. Pollock, Road
Maintenance Foreman, North Vancouver; J. W. Richardson, Truck-driver, Merritt;
D. O. Young, Road Maintenance Foreman, Cranbrook; G. Grummett, Road Maintenance Foreman, Grand Forks; and M. Ovington, Road Maintenance Foreman,
Merritt.
EXAMINATIONS
Standards common to all engineering branches have now been established by
means of examinations for our engineering aides. It has provided a sound basis for
uniform classification throughout the Department.
IN-SERVICE TRAINING
Practically every area of classification is now exposed to some form of pertinent
training or, if not, training programmes are in the planning state. A few examples
are Executive Development, Basic Public Administration, Human Relations and
Communications, Apprentice Mechanics, Driver Training, Real Estate and Appraisal, Computer, Drilling.
SAFETY
Safety Officers for the year were A. Caldwell, Engineering Assistant, North
Vancouver; H. D. Francis, Right-of-way Agent, Kamloops; G. K. Austin, District
Superintendent, Cranbrook; and J. E. Steven, District Superintendent, Pouce Coupe.
CLASSIFICATION REVIEWS
This office undertook 20 classification reviews.
 REPORT OF PERSONNEL OFFICER
61
POSTGRADUATE STUDY
With partial assistance from the Government, D. Parkes and G. Clarke attended
the first year of a two-year course to obtain their Master of Science degree in transportation planning.
GENERAL
The Department was saddened by the death of one of its most popular and
competent officials, C. A. (Tony) Scarborough, Regional Location Superintendent,
Nelson, who passed away November 23, 1966.
H. C. Davies,
Personnel Officer.
 C 62
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
REPORT OF THE INSURANCE AND SAFETY OFFICER
The number and cost of traffic accidents involving Government vehicles are
as follows:—
Total number of accidents  7471
Number of claims in which we recovered our repair
costs   114= $21,493.77
Recoveries pending     63=    23,707.97
Total
$45,201.74
Number of property damage claims in which we paid
out  109= $21,248.33
Number of bodily injury claims in which we paid out      2= 607.55
Various claims pending     32=    10,713.98
Costs  50.00
Total
$32,619.86
1 In 105 accidents the Government vehicles were parked.   In 1965/66 there were 843 accidents.
Motor-vehicles Involved in Accidents
(1965/66 figures in parentheses.)
Department
Number of
Accidents
Number of
Vehicles
Percentage of
Vehicles
Percentage of
Accidents
6       (5)
40     (44)
8 (6)
10       (6)
146   (150)
39      (36)
389   (477)
3 (7)
10     (i)
4 (4)
14     (14)
33     (30)
9 (2)
20     (33)
19     (32)
82      (77)
246    (231)
128    (108)
84      (82)
1,148 (1,010)
297    (224)
2,670 (2,578)
68    (125)
58     (1)
78      (76)
102      (94)
276    (269)
61     (2)
134    (126)
112    (141)
1.5     (1.5)
4.4 (4.5)
2.3 (2.1)
1.5 (1.6)
20.7   (19.6)
5.4 (4.4)
48.2   (50.1)
1.2     (2.4)
1.0       (1)
1.4     (1.5)
1.9     (1.8)
5.0 (5.2)
1.1 (2)
2.4     (2.5)
2.0     (2.8)
0.8     (0.6)
5.3     (5.2)
1.0     (0.7)
1.3     (0.7)
.19.4   (17.8)
5.2     (4.3)
Highways _ 	
51.9   (56.5)
0.4     (0.8)
Mental Health    _	
1.3       (1)
0.5     (0.5)
Public Works                   	
1.9     (1.7)
Recreation and Conservation —	
4.4     (3.5)
1.2      (2)
2.7     (3.9)
2.7     (3.8)
Totals _  -
7503 (844)
5,544 (5,142)
100.0 (100.0)
100.0 (100.0)
i Included with all others in previous years.
2 Included with Lands Service in previous years.
3 Three accidents involved vehicles of two departments.
One hundred and sixty-one assessments totalling $2,115 were recommended by
the Interdepartmental Safety Committee. A number of drivers were convicted in
Magistrate's Court and others were reprimanded, suspended, or dismissed.
Comparison by Years of Claims Paid by the Government
1963/64  $31,949.00! 1965/66  $60,389.00^
1964/65    92,776.002 1966/67    21.905.884
i One claim pending.        2 Three claims pending.        3 Twelve claims pending.        4 Thirty-two claims pending.
 REPORT OF INSURANCE AND SAFETY OFFICER
C 63
Damages Recovered by the Government
1963/64 $32,137.00!
1964/65  39,447.002
1965/66  $40,723,003
1966/67  21,494.004
i Two claims pending.
2 One claim pending.
3 Sixteen claims pending.
4 Sixty-three claims pending.
Damage Cost
Estimated damage to Government vehicles  $140,882.00
Less damage recovered or pending  45,202.00
Net cost to repair Government damage  $95,680.00
Add third-party claims paid or pending  27,903.00
Estimated total damage cost resulting from accidents  $123,583.00
Estimated  total  damage  cost  resulting  from   accidents,
1965/66      141,525.00
Totals for all types of claims processed through this office:  Recovered, $143,-
638.83; paid out, $119,087.48.
Premiums Paid for Insurance Placed during 1966/67
Department of Highways  $183,218.23
British Columbia Ferry Authority     211,666.76
All other departments       31,145.65
Total
$426,030.64
CLAIMS AND SAFETY PROMOTION
Claims, other than those arising out of motor-vehicle accidents, consisted of
recovery of repair costs to 64 damaged lamp standards, 61 bridges, 225 guard-rails,
47 signs and flashers, and 39 miscellaneous claims.
In the area of litigation, 16 cases were heard in the Courts, with judgment given
us in 10 cases. Twenty-eight cases are pending in one stage or another of litigation.
Of these, we are the defendant in 21 cases.
There were 17 meetings held of the Interdepartmental Safety Committee, and
eight meetings of the Headquarters Safety Committee.
British Columbia Safety Council awards were won by various districts and
crews.   These consisted of 54 bronze, 25 silver, 10 gold, and 2 bronze-on-gold.
As a result of the continuing efforts of the Headquarters Safety Committee,
Regional Safety Officers, and supervisory personnel, the accident and cost frequency
reflects a satisfactory picture, and it is clearly evident that, in the main, there is an
awareness and emphasis on individual and collective safety throughout the Department.
J. A. LONSBURY,
Insurance and Safety Officer.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED,
FISCAL YEAR 1966/67
HIGHWAYS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 1548—Kootenay-Columbia Highway, Reconstruction, McMurdo to Golden (14.76) Miles:
Dawson Construction Ltd   	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd.—
Square M Construction and Coleman Collieries Ltd..
James G. Construction Ltd	
United Contractors Ltd-
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd _ _	
Project No. 1574—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Reconstruction, Prince Rupert Arterial Section (3.68
Miles):
McPhail's Construction Co. Ltd  —
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd..
Ben Ginter Construction Co. Ltd 	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd. and
Granby Construction & Equipment Ltd  -
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd _ 	
Project No. 1580—Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Reconstruction, Van Home St. Arterial (354r), Cranbrook,
Third St. to Baker St. (0.63 Mile)
Dawson Construction Ltd _ 	
H.B. Contracting Ltd
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd   	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd   	
Project No. 1599—Trail-Nelson Highway No. 3a, Reconstruction, Columbia Ave. Arterial (112v.), Castlegar,
Juniper St. North (1.05 Miles):
H.B. Contracting Ltd  	
G. R. Dawson Holdings Ltd  	
Midvalley Construction Co. Ltd   	
Project No. 1607—Cariboo Highway, Reconstruction, Front
St. Arterial (36lR), Carson Ave. North (0.96 Mile):
H.B. Contracting Ltd  	
Narod Construction Ltd	
Mid West Construction Ltd.
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd-
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd	
Midvalley Construction Co. Ltd _. 	
Project No.   1609—Contract No.  2,   Hudson
Hope Streets,
Hudson Hope Housing and Trailer Development,
and Hudson Hope-Charlie Lake Road:
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
H.B. Contracting Ltd   	
Project No. 1615—Kinnaird-Nelson Highway No. 3a, Reconstruction, Taghum to Nelson (4.36 Miles):
P. F. Law Construction Ltd   	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd..
New West Construction Co. Ltd	
A. C. McEachern Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd....
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd...
View Construction Co. Ltd 	
$4,170,948.80
4,171,628.40
4,193,859.00
4,401,772.80
4,839,446.20
4,871,063.50
1,585,125.00
1,850,322.00
1,872,629.00
2,094,989.00
2,276,848.00
147,946.00
166,649.85
180,909.89
189,171.50
159,488.01
226,855.96
278,370.44
204,570.20
218,801.09
222,622.70
251,439.94
264,557.35
286,599.75
399,872.00
450,848.00
1,000,319.00
1,149,489.00
1,290,271.00
1,346,303.00
1,394,992.00
1,438,515.00
1,577,525.00
1,639.303.00
Awarded.
Includes plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter.
Awarded.
Includes plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter.
Awarded.
Includes plant-mix paving, curb
and gutter.
Awarded.
Plant-mix paving, and part curb
and gutter.
Awarded.
Awarded.
 TENDERS
HIGHWAYS—Continued
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Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 1616—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Reconstruction, Boulder Creek West to Hells Bells
Creek (16.20 Miles):
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd 	
Argus Construction Ltd.
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd	
Edco Construction Ltd. and Alpine Clearing Contractors
Ltd  _ 	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd _  	
Goodfellow Bros. (Canada) Ltd  	
New West Construction Co. Ltd  _ 	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd  	
P. F. Law Construction Ltd    _ 	
Mannix Co. Ltd     	
Project No. 1617—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Reconstruction, Hells Bells Creek to Lot 5181 (14.93
Miles):
Argus Construction Ltd _   	
United Contractors Ltd    _ _	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd 	
Reg Pearon Ltd.
McPhail's Construction Co. Ltd 	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd..
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd	
A. C. McEachern Ltd  	
Edco Construction Ltd. and Alpine Clearing Contractors
Ltd...      .    	
P. F. Law Construction Ltd _ _ _  	
New West Construction Co. Ltd   	
Project No.  1621—Garibaldi Highway, Reconstruction, Britannia Beach to Squamish (6.60 Miles):
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd   	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd..
A. C. McEachern Ltd	
Project No. 1622—Rossland-Trail Highway, Reconstruction,
Annable to West Trail, Section 2 (1.00 Mile):
Edco Construction Ltd. and Comet Construction Ltd	
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd    	
P. F. Law Construction Ltd  	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd...
Tide Bay Dredging Co. Ltd..
McPhail's Construction Co. Ltd.	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd
Project No.   1678—Trans-Canada   Highway.
Lickman   Interchange,   Mile
(0.79 Mile):
McPhail's Construction Co. Ltd..
Johnson's Trucking Ltd.
Reconstruction,
128.49  to  Mile  129.08
Jim Robb Contracting Ltd _ 	
W & W Construction Ltd  _	
Diamond Construction Ltd   	
A. C. McEachern Ltd	
Knight Gravel Ltd. _. -	
H.B. Contracting Ltd 	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd._
United Contractors Ltd 	
Fownes Construction Co. Ltd	
$2,872,636.00
2,994,497.20
3,215,403.00
3,226,947.80
3,232,244.00
3,327,643.20
3,381,584.20
3,381,631.00
3,815,780.00
6,685,908.20
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd..
1,998,
2,158,
2,216.
2,274.
2,275.
2,297.
2,310.
2,473.
2,514.
181.80
182.15
891.50
221.40
210.20
303.70
596.00
488.00
,175.20
2,546,503.90
2,559,116.00
2,580,306.00
2,479,695.00
2,898,436.00
3,500,770.00
3,727,101.20
584,887.80
615,876.86
724,251.00
800,637.00
865,737.91
884,007.00
902,332.00
342,995.97
278,732.40
355,166.95
383,670.70
384,485.40
403,417.50
412,397.84
416,248.65
417,739.10
423,404.52
487,946.95
596,119.90
Awarded.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Includes plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Includes plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Tender form omitted.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
HIGHWAYS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 1690—Cowichan Lake Road, Clearing and Grubbing, Somenos Road at Herd Road to Summit Sawmills (10.97 Miles):
$58,305.00
69,480.97
73,174.00
77,064.00
83,655.00
93,457,00
99,372.00
105,625.00
108,836.00
109,850.00
112,723.00
119,990.00
119,990.00
121,680.00
129,285,00
185,900.00
97,344.81
117,360.79
126,425.60
196,007.30
427,735.00
442,940.70
468,261.60
487,767.48
498,692.50
499,792.60
499,991.50
565,796.00
575,294.70
579,146.00
595,900.00
608,503.20
624,863.00
690,015.15
698,584.00
945,220.00
976,614.00
1,233,049.60
1,288,982.00
1,395,056.40
3,667,594.00
3,898,852.80
4,455,211.00
2,336,138.60
2,443,955.00
2,957,564.00
Contract not awarded.
Danmyra Construction Co.  Ltd.   and Foucher Logging
Co. Ltd  —	
L & H Logging   	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd	
Alpine Clearing Contractors Ltd	
Nanaimo Bulldozing Co. Ltd	
Glacier Forest Products Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Ltd...	
McPhail's Construction Co. Ltd.
Alberta Utilities Builders Ltd	
A. C. McEachern Ltd ._	
Kie Mine Co. Ltd. (N.P.L.)	
Zanata-Dobbs Clearing & Bulldozing Ltd.
Jim Robb Contracting Co. Ltd..	
H.B. Contracting Ltd, _ -
Project No.  1701—McCallum Road,  Reconstruction,  Busby
Road to Old Trans-Canada Highway (0.44 Mile):
Fownes Construction Co. Ltd	
Includes plant-mix paving, curb
and    gutter.      Contract    not
F. W. Monssen Construction Ltd.
H.B. Contracting Ltd -	
Progressive Cartage & Contracting Co. Ltd	
Project No.  1707—North  Thompson  Highway,  Reconstruction, Kamloops to Paul Creek (2.39 Miles):
North River Construction Ltd	
Partly four-lane undivided highway.    Contract not awarded.
Knight Gravel Ltd _	
James G Construction Ltd	
B & B Trucking Ltd. and Tavender Construction Ltd.
Interior Contracting Co. Ltd	
Pooley Bros. Ltd	
P. F. Law Construction Ltd..	
Johnson's Trucking Ltd	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd.
W. C. Arnett & Co. Ltd	
Fownes Construction Co. Ltd	
Reg Pearen Ltd	
H.B. Contracting Ltd 	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd.
Project No.  1729—Northern  Trans-Provincial Highway,  Reconstruction,   Galloway   Rapids  Bridge   Approaches
(2.37 Miles):
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd.
Granby Construction & Equipment Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd	
Lodon Contracting & Development Co. Ltd. and MacAr-
thur Construction Co. Ltd _	
James G Construction Ltd	
Project No. 1732—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Construction, Hungary Creek to Ptarmigan Creek, Section 2 (9.59 Miles):
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd	
James G Construction Ltd	
The Cattermole-Trethewey Contractors Ltd	
Project No. 1733—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Construction, Hungary Creek to Pharmigan Creek, Section 3 (10.02 Miles):
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd	
 TENDERS
PAVING
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Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Project  No.  S-0165—Sooke  Road  and  West  Coast  Road,
Cooper Cove to Tugwell Creek Bridge (11.0 Miles):
Dawson Construction Ltd... —	
E. R. Taylor Construction (1965) Ltd.....
Western Paving Ltd.  	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd _ 	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd	
Project No.  S-2565—Cariboo Highway, Mile 31.60 to Mile
49.36 from Cache Creek (17.76 Miles):
Midvalley Construction Ltd   _	
City Construction Co. Ltd.
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd.—	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd. _ _	
Dawson Construction Ltd  	
Project No. S-6465—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,
Telkwa to Babine Lake Road Section (9.4 Miles)
and Telkwa High Road No. 119, Junction with
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway to McLure Lake
Camp-site (0.5 Mile):
City Construction Co. Ltd _..	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd. __  	
Dawson Construction Ltd _   _	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd..
Mid West Construction Ltd 	
Project No. S-0166—Island Highway, Kelsey Bay Ferry Terminal and Approach Road (1.56 Miles):
West Coast Paving Co. Ltd  _ _ _	
Project  No.  S-0266—Garibaldi  Highway,   Squamish  Access
Road, Etc. (Squamish Sections):
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd. _	
E. R. Taylor Construction (1965) Ltd - ,	
Project No. S-0366—Alouette Lake Road in  Garibaldi Provincial Park, Mile 4.56 to Mile 6.85 (2.29 Miles):
Jack Cewe Ltd.     	
H. Williamson Blacktop & Landscaping Ltd...
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd _ _
Project No. S-0466—Mount Seymour Park Road, Mite 0.1 to
Mile 2.1 from Park Gate (2.0 Miles):
E. R. Taylor Construction (1965) Ltd _ 	
R. F. Binnie Construction Ltd	
Jack Cewe Ltd  -   _ _. _	
Project No. S-0566—South-west Marine Drive, 41st Ave. to
Imperial Road (1.84 Miles):
Winvan Gravel <£: Supply Ltd...
Beaver Construction Co. Ltd....
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd. _	
Dawson Construction Ltd	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd  	
Project No. S-2266—Kamloops-Vernon Highway,  Westwold
Section,  Pinaus Lake  Road  to   West Boundary  of
Westwold:
Midvalley Construction Ltd -  	
E. R. Taylor Construction (1965) Ltd 	
Dawson Construction Ltd _ _ - _ _	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd _ _	
Western Paving Ltd,
Project No. 2666—Ashcroft Access Roads from Trans-Canada Highway to Ashcroft and Railway Ave., Etc.,
in Ashcroft (7.1 Miles):
E. R. Taylor Construction (1965) Ltd 	
Western Paving Ltd   —   —
Dawson Construction Ltd    —  	
Midvalley Construction Ltd -	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd.
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd.
$249,852.08
265,646.34
278,832.00
311,167.00
367,472.50
775,289.80
829,183.55
862,703.10
893,028.65
949,129.75
289,708.05
303,910.00
308,273.00
345,640.00
382,691.00
98,551.00
61,615.00
80,379.00
40,667.40
37,990.00
47,875.00
41,982.00
44,250.00
45,587.00
183,291.00
194,125.00
207,647.00
227,445.00
254,875.00
187,191.00
203,652.00
228,932.80
234,390.00
235,505.00
154,197.00
169,790.00
180,240.50
187,350.00
193,900.00
215,450.00
Remarks
Bituminous plant-mix paving
with crushed granular base
and storm drainage, Sooke
section.
Awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving,
and includes reconstruction
and granular base. Contract
not awarded this year.
Bituminous   plant-mix   paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving.
Contract not awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Bituminous   plant-mix   paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Incomplete tender.
Bituminous plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Portland cement concrete paving
and inside curbs of four-lane
divided highway.
Awarded.
Bituminous   plant-mix   paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Bituminous   plant-mix   paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
PAVING—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. S-3166—Highland Valley Road, Medium Cover
Aggregate in Stockpile from Eight Mile Pit:
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd.  —	
Dawson Construction Ltd. _
Project No. S-4166—Southern Trans-Canada Highway,  Cur-
zon  Bridge   (Moyie   River)   to   Kid   Creek   Bridge
(8.8 Miles):
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd.   _ 	
Dawson Construction Ltd.
Western Paving Ltd..
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd	
Project No. S-4266—Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Hos-
mer to Natal and Crowsnest Sections (14.1 Miles):
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd   	
Western Paving Ltd.
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd.
G. R. Dawson Holdings Ltd  	
Midvalley Construction Ltd,.
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Ltd _ 	
Project No. S-6366—Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road, Mile 0.0
to Mile 18.5 (18.5 Miles):
Western Paving Ltd.
Dawson Construction Ltd....
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd. 	
James G Construction Ltd   	
Project No. S-6666—Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
from Carnaby to Skeena Crossing, and Hazelton
High Level Road No. 62, from Hagwilget Bridge to
Old Hazelton (11.1 Miles):
Dawson Construction Ltd  _   	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd.   	
Western Paving Ltd  -   - 	
Project No. S-6866—Alliford Bay Road (Queen Charlotte Islands), Airport Gate at Sandspit to Kwuna Point
Wharf at Alliford Bay (9.2 Miles):
Western Paving Ltd  _ _  	
Dawson Construction Ltd.     	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd.
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd    —
Project No. S-6966—Queen Charlotte City-Masset Highway
(Queen  Charlotte  Islands),  Skidegate  to Port  Clements (38.2 Miles):
Dawson Construction Ltd	
Western Paving Ltd.
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd 	
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd..
Project No. S-7166—John Hart-Peace River Highway, Bituminous Plant-mix Paving, Bear Lake to Red Rocky
Creek (10.0 Miles), and Medium Cover (Seal-coat)
Aggregate in Stockpile from Mile 38, Mile 65, and
Crooked River Pits:
James G Construction Ltd 	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd   	
Western Paving Ltd.
Dawson Construction Ltd     	
Project No. S-8566—Trans-Canada Highway, Sicamous to
Revelstoke Section, Mile 431.19 to Mile 475.88
(44.69 Miles):
Dawson Construction Ltd     _. —
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd     	
Western Paving Ltd.
Standard-General Construction (International) Ltd..
$62,980.00
78,100.00
159,968.00
169,683.00
173,460.00
199,865.00
208,564.00
224,810.00
258,286.80
290,211.00
313,996.00
341,150.00
335,550.00
367,412.00
381,330.00
388,831.00
428,820.00
241,579.00
253,662.20
264,720.00
298,430.00
310,216.40
321,640.00
341,160.00
989,169.60
997,928.00
1,020,971.00
1,054,858.00
321,280.00
346,920.00
350,720.00
354,633.00
397,590.00
428,120.00
428,700.00
480,110.00
For bituminous seal-coat.
Awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving.
Awarded.
Bituminous  plant-mix   and  part
crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Bituminous plant-mix paving
and part crushed granular
base.
Awarded.
Bituminous   plant-mix  paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Bituminous  plant-mix paving
and crushed granular base.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Bituminous   plant-mix   carpet
and seal-coat.
Awarded.
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BRIDGES, FERRIES, AND FERRY-LANDINGS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 22—Steel Fences for Divers Highway Bridges,
Contract No. 19:
$28,443.75
31,001.23
31,708.60
37,920.70
39,599.40
39,972.95
65,647.24
72,253.57
80,115.16
81,166.35
82,339.02
84,061.70
544,476.00
548,150.00
551,500.00
166,150.78
168,102.64
227,986.04
27,530.50
30,403.00
34,384.00
35,755.00
39,260.00
384,696.40
393,597.60
396,440.00
399,058.00
32,600.55
33,948.46
38,320.80
46,436.20
69,123.65
78,328.14
79,287.68
85,472.35
93,997.42
111,095.12
Awarded.
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd  	
Columbia Steel Fabricating & Engineering Ltd 	
A.I.M. Steel Ltd -	
Pacific Welding & Metal Works Ltd. ~.                       	
Project No. 22—Aluminum Pipe Railings for Divers Highway
Bridges, Contract No. 20:
Pole-Lite Ltd    	
Awarded.
Jackson Scaffolding Ltd  	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd    	
Brittain Steel Ltd.                                  	
Project No. 315—Contract No. 2, Stuart River Bridge,  Van-
derhoof-Stuart  Lake  Road,   Omineca   (East)   Electoral District:
Superstructure. Second call
for tenders.    Contract not
awarded.
Project No. 489—Contract No. 3, Brilliant Bridge, Kinnaird
Overpass and Ootischenia Fly-over, Southern Trans-
Canada Highway, Rossland-Trail and Nelson-Creston
Electoral Districts.
H.B. Contracting Ltd	
Deck.
Awarded.
Project No. 499—Contract No. 3, Oyster River Bridge, Island
Highway. Comox Electoral District:
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd. _
Deck.
Awarded.
Burns & Dutton Construction (1962) Ltd	
Project No. 515—Contract No. 2, Bell-Irving Bridge No. 1,
Stewart-Cassiar  Highway,   Atlin   (North)   Electoral
District:
Canada Iron Foundries Ltd., Western Bridge Division
A.I.M. Steel Ltd	
Fabrication and erection of
structural steelwork. Second
call for tenders.
Awarded.
Gilchrist Steel Ltd _	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd            	
Project No. 525—Contract No. 3,  Cheakamus River Bridge,
Garibaldi Highway, Lillooet  (South)  Electoral District:
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd	
Deck.
Awarded.
Project No.  527 —■ Contract  No.  3,  Kleanza   (Gold)   Creek
Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Skeena
(West) Electoral District:
Deck.
Awarded.
Project No. 529—Contract No. 2, Moricetown Overhead and
Trout    Creek    Bridges,    Northern    Trans-Provincial
Highway, Skeena (East) Electoral District:
Superstructures.
Awarded.
Project No.  531—Contract  No.  2,  Blue  River,   Whitewater
Creek, Thunder Creek, and MHedge Creek Bridges,
North Thompson Highway, Kamloops Electoral District:
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd   	
AIM Steel Ltd.                            	
Fabrication and erection of steel
superstructures.
Awarded.
Canada Iron Foundries Ltd., Western Bridge Division-
Pacific Welding & Metal Works Ltd	
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BRIDGES, FERRIES, AND FERRY-LANDINGS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 531—Contract No. 3, Blue River, Whitewater
Creek, Thunder Creek, and Miledge Creek Bridges,
North Thompson Highway, Kamloops Electoral District:
Manning Construction Ltd 	
H.B. Contracting Ltd.
Marpole Construction Co. Ltd _	
Project No. 532—Stewart-Hyder Bridge No. 2, Stewart-Hyder
Road, Atlin (South) Electoral District:
Benray Bridge Co. Ltd.-
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd 	
Project No. 535—Contract No. 3, Silver Tip Falls, Carnes
Creek, and Holdich Creek Bridges, Revelstoke-Mica
Creek Highway, Revelstoke Electoral District:
H.B. Contracting Co. Ltd._  	
Manning Construction Ltd...  	
Project No. 535—Contract No. 4, Silver Tip Falls, Carnes
Creek, and Holdich Creek Bridges, Revelstoke-Mica
Creek Highway, Revelstoke Electoral District:
H.B. Contracting Co. Ltd.
Manning Construction Ltd—
Project No. 536—Contract No. 3, Goldstream River and Big-
mouth Creek Bridges, Revelstoke-Mica Creek Highway, Revelstoke Electoral District:
Manning Construction Ltd.   	
H.B. Contracting Ltd    '	
Project No. 537—Contract No. 3, Ootischenia Fly-over, Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Nelson-Creston Electoral
District:
Superior Concrete Products Ltd.—   	
Project No. 545—Contract No. 1, Kamloops East Bridge,
Kamloops Electoral District:
Manning Construction Ltd   	
Narod Construction Ltd  	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd	
Northern Construction Co. and J. W. Stewart Ltd. 	
Marpole Construction Ltd 	
H.B. Contracting Ltd  _	
Project No.  548—Contract No.  1. Sooke River Bridge,   West
Coast Road, Esquimalt Electoral District:
Manning Construction Ltd..
Victoria Pile Driving Co. Ltd.-
Farmer Construction Ltd	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd..
H.B. Contracting Ltd 	
Nanaimo Bulldozing Co. Ltd..
Project No. 553—Contract No. 2,  Galloway Rapids Bridge,
Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,  Prince  Rupert
Electoral District:
A.I.M. Steel Ltd  _ 	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd..
Canada Iron Foundries Ltd., Western Bridge Division.-	
Project No. 564—Contract No. 1, Bigmouth Creek Bridge,
Revelstoke-Mica Creek Highway, Revelstoke Electoral District:
Grimwood Construction Co. Ltd  	
Project No. 564—Contract No. 2, Bigmouth Creek Bridge,
Revelstoke-Mica Creek Highway, Revelstoke Electoral District:
Columbia Steel Fabricating & Engineering Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd.   _.
Pacific Welding & Metalworks Ltd _
Canada Iron Foundries Ltd., Western Bridge Division	
Brittain Steel Ltd '. 	
A.I.M. Steel Ltd _ 	
$87,217.00
96,239.50
113,432.00
373,961.03
397,741.82
76,267.50
78,707.00
131,803.50
154,176.00
98,330.00
88,620.85
22,842.90
307,625.00
330,599.59
334,976.50
338,352.00
339,623.00
420,152.80
94,079.00
66,007.00
113,232.00
114,581.00
144,861.45
161,611.60
277,604.00
286,421.60
305,824.00
108,165.00
47,639.28
48,733.50
51,195.50
53,418.33
59,929.52
60,910.40
Decks.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Deck for Silver Tip Falls Bridge.
Awarded.
Decks for Carnes Creek and
Holdich Creek Bridges.
Awarded.
Decks for Goldstream River
Bridge and Bigmouth Creek
Bridge.
Awarded.
Tender withdrawn.
Manufacture and erection of
prestressed concrete stringers.
Awarded.
Substructure.
Awarded.
Substructure.
Awarded.
Tender withdrawn.
Supply and fabrication of structural steelwork.
Awarded.
Substructure.     Contract   not
awarded.
Fabrication   and   erection   of
structural steelwork.
Awarded.
 TENDERS
C 71
BRIDGES, FERRIES, AND FERRY-LANDINGS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. 568—Smithers Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway, Skeena (East) Electoral District:
Narod Construction Ltd  	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd...
Manning Construction Ltd.—
Project No. 569—Contract No. 1, McBride Bridge, Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway, Fort George Electoral
District:
Northern Construction Co. and J. W. Stewart Ltd	
Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd.
Project No. 577—Cleaning and Painting of Okanagan Lake
and Nine Mile Canyon Bridges, South Okanagan and
Yale Electoral Districts:
Kootenay Decorators Ltd	
Project No. 578—Contract No. 1, West Twin Creek Bridge,
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Fort   George
Electoral District:
Benray Bridge Co. Ltd
Manning Construction Ltd...
Project No. 586—Fraser Ave. Bridge, South Structure, No. 5
Road, Richmond Electoral District:
Pacific Welding & Metal Works Ltd 	
Lake City Steel Construction Co. Ltd...
Surrey Ironworks Ltd...	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd.. _.
Canada Iron Foundries Ltd.,
A.I.M. Steel Ltd .
Western Bridge Division .
$530,986.47
575,293.00
593,556.00
510,746.00
538,320.00
29,150.00
282,084.00
300,572.00
90,402.60
79,569.64
94,690.10
97,713.20
100,538.35
104,147.80
Contract not awarded.
Substructure.
Awarded.
Contract not awarded.
Substructure.
Awarded.
Awarded.
Unit prices not indicated.
MISCELLANEOUS
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project  No.   1582—North   Thompson   and   Northern   Trans-
Provincial Highways, Seeding Roadside Areas:
$116,070.00
123,325.00
133,940.00
232,850.00
15,458.00
16,100.00
17,951,11
19,900.00
9,468.00
11,229.00
13,000.00
15,000.00
17,250.00
22,237.50
Project No.  1711—Kinnaird Interchange Lighting,  Highway
No. 3:
Lump-sum contract.
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd    -	
J. Johnson & Co. Ltd.  -	
Project No. 1712—Fraser River Interchange Lighting, Highway No. 97, Prince George:
Lump-sum contract.
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd  	
Project No. 1717—Rock Bolting and Associated Work, Por-
teau Bluffs Slide, Garibaldi Highway:
Project No. E-0565—Swing-span Control and Lighting Revisions, Pitt River Bridge, Lougheed Highway:
First  call   for   tenders.     Lumpsum    contract,    no    bids    received.
 C 72
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
MISCELLANEOUS—Continued
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
on Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Project No. E-0565—Swing-span Control and Lighting Revisions, Pitt River Bridge, Lougheed Highway:
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd	
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd    	
Tide Bay Construction Ltd  	
Project  No.   E-0965 — Miscellaneous  Intersection   Lighting,
Langley By-pass, Highway No. 10:
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd _ 	
Paragon Electric Co. Ltd.
Project  No.   E-0965 — Miscellaneous  Intersection   Lighting,
Langley By-pass, Highway No. 10:
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd 	
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd	
Paragon Electric Co. Ltd _ 	
Shamrock Electric Ltd - _ _  	
Project No. E-3265—Miscellaneous Lighting and Sign Illumination, Highways Nos. 401 and 499:
F. B. Stewart & Co. Ltd __   	
C. H. E. Williams Co. Ltd	
R. B. McCullough Electric Co. Ltd 	
Project No. E-3465—Intersection Lighting, Swartz Bay to
Ardwell Road Section, Highway No. 17:
Robert D. Pearce, Pearce Electric  	
Shamrock Electric Ltd _  	
Paragon Electric Co. Ltd     	
R. A. Hall Ltd  	
Project No. 1582—Contract No. 2, North Thompson Highway, Seeding Roadside Areas:
Jansen's Landscaping Co. Ltd _ 	
Sprayturf Ltd...
Spra-Mac Landscaping Ltd	
Project No. 1582—Contract No. 3, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway, Seeding Roadside Areas:
Jansen's Landscaping Co. Ltd - 	
Sprayturf Ltd..
Spra-Mac Landscaping Ltd _ 	
Haddock's Landscape & Tree Service Ltd..
$7,290.00
8,000.00
11,939.00
21,400.00
27,685.00
12,275.00
13,500.00
15,255.00
23,292.00
37,500.00
38,622.00
46,755.00
4,887.00
9,006.00
11,382.00
14,737.00
112,837.25
125,187.50
139,785.00
90,132.25
97,105.00
114,180.00
116,958.75
Second call for tenders.   Lumpsum contract.
Awarded.
First   call   for   tenders.     Lumpsum contract, not awarded.
Second call for tenders.   Lumpsum contract.
Awarded.
Lump-sum contract.
Awarded.
Lump-sum contract.
Awarded.
Contract not awarded this year.
Contract not awarded this year.
 REPORT OF SENIOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEER C 73
REPORT OF THE SENIOR MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
The standard of highway maintenance throughout the Province continues to
show improvement, with increased emphasis being placed on improving the over-all
appearance of the roadsides as well as maintaining the travelled portion of the
highway.
The total expenditure for maintenance of highways, bridges, and ferries
amounted to $26,849,213, which is an increase of 16 per cent over last year's
expenditure.
The winter was somewhat milder than previous years, and while the snowfall
was, in many areas, below normal at the lower elevations, it was generally above
normal at the higher elevations. Snowstorms tended to be less intensive but more
frequent, with temperature ranges such as to produce severe icing conditions.
Through the efforts of our crews and an increased use of sand and chemicals, safe
travelling conditions were maintained, with bare pavement conditions prevailing on
many of our highways through much of the winter. An effective use of shift systems
was made in most areas to provide efficient service with a reduction in overtime
costs. A total of 20,095 miles of road was maintained and kept open during the
winter.
Despite the higher total snowfall on most of the major pass routes—Rogers
Pass, Blueberry-Paulson, Salmo-Creston, Hope-Princeton, and John Hart-Peace
River Highways—the snowslide problem was less than normal, and only minor
closures were encountered. Benches constructed last year on the Salmo-Creston
proved beneficial in reducing the number and size of slides.
Our programme for maintaining and improving the appearance of our highways
continues to expand. An increased and more effective use of weed- and bush-
control chemicals and soil sterilants is being made in most districts. The slope
seeding programme was continued on newly constructed roads and on older sections
of highway, with excellent results. A programme of landscaping roadside areas and
widening substandard shoulders, being carried out in a number of districts, is not
only improving the appearance, but also increasing the safety of the highways.
The demand for improvements to side roads continues to grow with the continued expansion and development of rural areas. This demand is being met as
rapidly as possible by improvements and paving carried out under our day-labour
programme, and through increased maintenance and expanded use of dust-laying
oils and chemicals.
The ever-growing use being made of our radio system created some problems
due to interference from overlapping repeater stations, but changes made to the
system during the winter and early spring reduced and, in some areas, eliminated
the problem.
In addition to regular bridge maintenance, some 63 bridges throughout the
Province were rebuilt by district forces. A number of smaller bridges were
destroyed by floods or heavy loads, and were either replaced by new structures or
temporary Bailey bridges. On April 8th an ice jam in the Bulkley River destroyed
a major bridge at Smithers. Traffic was temporarily detoured over a by-pass route,
and after the ice jam was successfully removed by dynamiting, a 290-foot Bailey
bridge was installed and highway traffic restored. On June 23rd a fixed span of the
Fraser Avenue Bridge over the south channel of the Fraser River in Richmond was
destroyed when struck by a steel barge at high tide. A single-lane Bailey bridge
was immediately erected to maintain traffic.
 C 74 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
Arrangements were made to establish regional bridge-painting crews in Regions
1,2, and 3. These should be in full operation during the coming year, and it is
hoped that we will begin to catch up with the large amount of bridge painting
required. The programme of resurfacing deteriorated concrete bridge decks with
a 2-inch concrete overlay has been very successful, and is being continued.
A number of new equipment-sheds and oil-houses were constructed, and some
existing ones expanded. Extensive maintenance and improvement to existing facilities throughout the Province in the way of painting, fencing, improved lighting, and
heating were carried out. The expanding use of chemicals in winter maintenance
has brought a growing need for increased storage facilities, and a number of salt-
storage bins were constructed this year.
I am pleased, therefore, to report that the standard of our maintenance continues to improve. A continuation of training programmes for foremen and operators is planned, and further improvement can be anticipated.
J. A. Dennison,
Senior Maintenance Engineer.
 REGIONAL REPORTS C 75
REGIONAL REPORTS
REGION No.  1
(M. G. Elston, Regional Highway Engineer, North Vancouver, B.C.)
Alberni, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Comox, Cowichan-Newcastle, Delta, Dewdney,
Esquimalt, Lillooet (South), Mackenzie, Nanaimo-Islands, North Vancouver,
Saanich, Vancouver East, and Vancouver-Point Grey Electoral Districts.
Alberni District
A 22-mile section of the Alberni-Tofino Highway was reconstructed, providing a good alignment and reduced grades. A truck lane was constructed on a section of the Alberni-Parksville Highway leading out of Port Alberni. A section of
Beaver Creek Road was recapped with hot-mix asphalt.
Many minor improvements were made to the streets in the unorganized area
surrounding Alberni, with special attention being given to drainage.
The winter snowfall was very minor and was handled with ease.
Burnaby District
Roads
Maintenance.—The roads were maintained to the high standard expected for
heavy traffic volumes. Soil sterilant was applied around most guard-rails and signposts.   Grass-cutting on Highway No. 401 was again a major maintenance item.
The experimental planting programme was continued at Stormont Interchange.
Four more test-plots were prepared on the slopes of the approaches to the underpass.
Plants of various varieties were planted after a spray sterilant was applied to kill the
existing vegetation.
Construction.—The landscaping and chain link fencing on the Simon Fraser
University Access Road was completed. The right-of-way was cleared for the south
ring road in the campus area.
Landscaping was completed on various sections of the Trans-Canada Highway.
A curb and gutter project for Willingdon Avenue from Highway No. 401 to
Grandview Highway was started.
Traffic signals were installed at the intersection of Curtis Avenue and Gaglardi
Way.
Snow Removal.—The snowfall was relatively light this year, and our crews had
no problem in keeping the roads open at all times and in good winter condition.
Bridges
Normal maintenance and repairs were carried out on all bridges in the district.
Safety
The Burnaby Maintenance Crew received a silver safety award.
Chilliwack District
Roads
Maintenance.—All roads were well maintained throughout the year. Mowers
operated continuously during the growing season, and particular attention was paid
to Highway No. 401.   Weeds on shoulders and gravel medians were controlled by
 C 76 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
the application of a soil sterilant. On all main roads, brush was controlled by chemical spraying. Chemicals were used also for the purpose of laying dust on gravel
roads.
Construction.—Widening was carried out on 0.68 mile of Canyon Road.
Chain-link fencing was installed on both sides of the highway at Hunter Creek
weigh-scales.
Snow Removal.—The total snowfall was light. All roads were ploughed and
sanded as required and kept in good condition.
Bituminous Surfacing.—On the Chilliwack Lake Road, 1.60 miles were recapped and 2.40 miles were paved with a road mix. Plant-mix pavement was laid
on 1.00 mile of Columbia Valley Road, 0.45 mile of Bunker Road, and 0.60 mile
at Huntingdon townsite.
Shoulders were paved on 2,500 feet of Yale Road West and 500 feet of the
Abbotsford-Mission Highway.
At the Sardis Interchange the pavement on the on-off ramps was widened 6 feet
in a total length of 4,000 feet.
Extensive patching was carried out on the Abbotsford-Mission Highway.
Bridges
All bridges were maintained in good condition.
Buildings
Chain link fencing was installed around the maintenance yards at Rosedale
and Abbotsford.   The buildings in both yards were painted.
Salt- and sand-storage bins were constructed at the County Line Interchange
and at the Evans and Bulger Gravel Pits.
Comox District
Roads
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads. A lighter
snowfall than normal was experienced during the winter. This enabled crews to do
considerable side-road improvements.
Heavy rain caused minor flooding and some inconvenience to home-owners
located on low ground.
Day Labour.—On the Port Hardy-Port McNeill-Beaver Cove Road, between
Nimpkish River and Port McNeill, 6.5 miles of new road were constructed; between
Port McNeill and Port Hardy an additional 3 miles of logging-road were upgraded
to 36-foot top (this now gives 12.5 miles of completed road between Port McNeill
and Port Hardy). Construction of the Port Hardy Airport By-pass, 4.5 miles in
length, was 50 per cent completed.
In the Courtenay area, the new Oyster River Bridge was opened to traffic; the
approach road was completed and paved. On the Forbidden Plateau Road, 0.75
mile of new road was constructed and traffic was able to drive to the bottom of ski
lifts during the winter.
On the Island Highway approximately 2 miles of highway immediately north
of Courtenay were widened with gravel shoulders.
Miscellaneous Roads: Marsden, Wilkinson, Muir, Lake Trail, Howard, Kent-
wood, Tsolum River, Endall, and McCauley Roads were up-graded. This involved
approximately 16 miles of road, of which 2.5 miles were paved.
 ■
 C 78 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
In the Parksville area, Steward Road, Marina Way, and Wall Beach Road were
up-graded and paved; this consisted of approximately 5 miles of road. On the
Island Highway a truck lane was started on the Nanoose Hill for south-bound traffic.
Approximately 10 miles of highway were up-graded by widening the gravel shoulders. Our highway through Parksville was improved by a ditch-clearing and shouldering programme.
In the Campbell River area, the road to Western mine was completed by contractors and maintenance on 6.7 miles of road was started by Department crews.
The access road to Gold River was taken over from the Forest Service, and maintenance of 27.3 miles of road was started by Department crews. Construction was
started on the access road between Gold River and the pulp-mill site on Muchalat
Inlet; this is being done by day labour.
Bridges
Glenlyon Bridge in Port Hardy was renewed; Rees Bridge (No. 138), in Courtenay area, was 70 per cent completed during the period; and Oyster River Bridge
(No. 115) was opened to the public. Minor repairs were made to all bridges as
needed.
Ferries
A new ferry system was started when the " Sointula Queen " went into operation between Sointula, Alert Bay, and Port McNeill.   This is a passenger ferry only.
Normal service was maintained between Comox and Powell River, Campbell
River and Quadra Island, Buckley Bay and Denman Island.
Metal tanks were installed on the Denman Island landing to replace wooden
floats.
Buildings
In the Parksville yard, a two-bay salt-shed was constructed and yard lights were
put into service.
The Courtenay yard was enclosed with a good-grade mesh wire fencing. Streetlights were installed in the yard. Construction started on a 54- by 58-foot combination stockroom and assembly-room building.
In the Campbell River yard a mesh wire fence was installed on the perimeter
of the yard, and street-lighting was installed for yard lighting. A one-bay salt-shed
was constructed.
One-bay equipment-sheds were built on Hornby Island, Denman Island, and
Quadra Island.
The Port Hardy yard was fenced with page wire, and a metal storage building
was purchased but not erected.
Comox (South) District
Improvements were carried out on roadway shoulders to create walkways in
areas where pedestrian traffic is heavy. Major improvements were made also to the
shoulders of the Island Highway.
Winter conditions were extremely mild, and no difficulties were experienced in
keeping the roads open to traffic.
Cowichan-Newcastle District
Shoulder improvements were carried out on the Trans-Canada Highway north
of Duncan. Main feeder routes to the Cowichan Valley farms were reconstructed
and, in some cases, paved.   Levelling-course asphalt was applied to various sections
 REGIONAL REPORTS C 79
of the Lake Cowichan Road.   Improvements were made to corners on the Crofton
Road.
A light winter snowfall was handled successfully.
Delta District
Roads
Maintenance.—Roads were maintained to the usual high standard throughout
the district.
Most guard-rails, sign-posts, and the gravel shoulders on Trans-Canada Highway No. 401 and Deas Tunnel Throughway No. 499 were treated with soil sterilant.
Grass-cutting on Trans-Canada Highway No. 401 and Deas Tunnel Through-
way No. 499 was a major maintenance problem.
Construction.—A third lane was constructed on the Glover Highway south of
Rawlinson Crescent.
A median barrier was installed from Bolivar Road to Sandell Road on the King
George VI Highway and was renewed from Sandell Road to Pattullo Bridge. Included in this project was a left-turn slot at Bolivar Road and a recap of the asphalt
surface throughout the area from Bolivar to Pattullo Bridge.
Recap paving on 56th Street and a 1-mile section of Scott Road was completed.
A 1-mile section of a 12-inch gravel lift was paved on the Aldergrove-Bellingham
Highway south of Fraser Highway.   Two areas of the Cloverdale yard were paved.
Traffic signals were installed at No. 5 Road and Bridgeport Road, Tsawwassen
Highway and 56th Street, and No. 10 Highway and Fraser Highway.
Snow Removal.—-The snowfall was light and the crews were able to maintain
good winter road conditions.
Bridges
The district bridge crew installed and assisted in removing the temporary Bailey
bridge and installing the new steel span for Twigg Island Bridge.
Widening of the Serpentine Bridge on the No. 10 Highway was started.
The six-bay equipment-shed for the Services Branch was completed by our
bridge crew.
All bridges and ferry-landings received normal maintenance. Fraser Avenue
Bridge's swing-span mechanism was renewed.
Ferries
The Barnston Island ferry service was maintained on schedule throughout the
year.
Safety
The following safety awards were received during the year: Road maintenance,
gold; bridge-tenders, bronze; office and engineering, silver; bridge crew, bronze;
and ferry crews, silver-on-gold.
Dewdney (East) District
Roads
Maintenance.—All roads were well maintained. Considerable mowing was
done on main highways and side roads. Soil sterilant was applied and brush-kill
spraying was carried out on main roads and side roads. Chemicals and bunker oil
were used as a dust-layer on gravel roads.
 C 80 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
Construction.—A grade revision 0.50 mile in length was constructed on the
Nicomen Island section of the Lougheed Highway. On the same highway a 0.30-
mile section between Ruby Creek and Haig was completed.
Widening was carried out on 0.80 mile of Hodgkins Road and 0.70 mile of
Malcolm Road.
Construction was completed on the approaches to the Shook Bridge.
Bituminous Surfacing.—Asphalt pavement was laid on 0.92 mile of Sward
Road, the above-mentioned 0.50-mile grade revision on Nicomen Island, 0.10 mile
of the Shook Bridge approaches, and 0.10 mile of the Hatzic Pumps Bridge approaches.
Patching was carried out on all roads.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was light in all areas. All roads were kept open and
in good condition.
Bridges
All bridges were maintained in good condition.
Bridges reconstructed were Hatzic Pumps Bridge, consisting of a 71-foot
glulam-beam span, and Shook Bridge, consisting of a 45-foot steel-stringer span.
Buildings
The Mission and the Agassiz yards were enclosed with chain link fencing, and
all the buildings were painted.   Salt and sand bins were constructed in both yards.
At Mission a two-bay extension was added to the garage.
Dewdney (West) District
Roads
Maintenance.—The roads were maintained to the usual high standard throughout the year. All gravel side roads were kept well graded. Bunker B oil dust-layer
was applied in early summer to all the gravel side roads.
Soil sterilant was applied around most guard-rails and sign-posts in the district.
Construction.—Road-mix was completed on the Bedwell Bay and Belcarra
Roads, while paving was completed at the loco townsite, East and Sunnyside Roads,
and at a subdivision off Sunnyside Road. This work resulted in the majority of the
unincorporated area roads of loco having a paved surface.
A major part of a curb-and-gutter project for Brunette Street was completed;
this included a renewal of the traffic light at Lougheed Highway.
Traffic lights were installed at Lougheed Highway and Colony Farm Road, and
at Barnet Highway and St. John's, Port Moody.
Snow Removal.—A small amount of snow fell this year, and the maintenance
crews kept the roads in a good winter condition.
Bridges
Noon Creek Bridge on the loco Highway was replaced by a creosoted timber
bridge.
Normal maintenance was carried out on the ferry-landings and all other bridges
in the district.
Ferries
Ferry service was maintained on schedule throughout the year.
Safety
A bronze safety award was presented to the road maintenance crew.
 REGIONAL REPORTS C 81
Esquimalt District
Roads
Maintenance. — General maintenance was carried out on all district roads.
A brushing programme has been continued on the Sooke Road, West Coast Road,
and Trans-Canada Highway.
The patching crew has been busy maintaining a high standard of patching in
all areas.
A very wet winter kept all crews busy at the problem of drainage in the unorganized areas.
Construction.—Day-labour work was carried out at the following locations:
Sooke River Bridge approaches, Happy Valley Road, Kilmalu Road (paving), access
road to the new marine radio station near Sooke, Dewdney Flats on the Sooke Road
(reconstruction), and other small projects.
Snow Removal.—Generally light snowfall in this area produced no problems.
Bridges
Normal maintenance was carried out on all bridges.
All district bridges were inspected and reports compiled for the new bridge
maintenance and inspection register.
Lillooet (South) District
Roads
Maintenance.—Roads were adequately maintained throughout the year.
Construction.—Squamish By-pass was completed. The construction of the
access road to the west side of Alta Lake was started and is approximately 50 per
cent complete.
Snow Removal.—Despite the severe winter, main roads and side roads were
kept open at all times, and little difficulty was experienced by the travelling public.
Bridges
Necessary maintenance on all bridges in the area was carried out.
Mackenzie District
Roads
Maintenance.—Roads were maintained in fair to good condition throughout
the year, and a number of side roads were widened and gravelled.
Construction.—Many minor roads were constructed in preparation for paving.
Paving.—Two miles of the Gillies Bay Road, Texada Island, and 2 miles of the
Egmont Road were paved with road-mix asphalt.
Snow Removal.—Despite the severe winter, main roads and most side roads
were kept open at all times.   Little difficulty was experienced by the travelling public.
Bridges
Necessary maintenance on all bridges in the area was carried out.
Miscellaneous
A three-bay equipment-shed was constructed at Madeira Park, a one-bay
equipment-shed on Bowen Island, and an oil and gas shed at Powell River.
  REGIONAL REPORTS C 83
Nanaimo-Islands District
A programme of street improvement was carried out in the area surrounding
the City of Nanaimo.
Flush-coat paving was carried out on roads on each of the Gulf Islands. Improvements were made to the main routes on these islands, with special attention
being given to alignment.
Winter conditions were moderate, and snow removal was handled successfully.
North Vancouver District
i
Roads
Maintenance.—Adequate maintenance was carried out on all roads.
Snow Removal.—Despite the severe winter, main roads and most side roads
were kept open at all times.   Little difficulty was experienced by the travelling public.
Saanich District
Roads
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out during the year. Day-
labour reconstruction work was done on Verdier Avenue and the West Saanich
Road.
Snow Removal.—Snow removal was practically nil, although frost conditions
were prevalent and salting required. A 24-hour patrol was maintained and all roads
kept in good condition during the winter.
Ferries
Normal maintenance was carried out on the ferry-landings.
Vancouver-Point Grey District
Roads
Maintenance.—Roads were maintained in good condition throughout the year.
Construction.—The 1.84-mile section of South-west Marine Drive was constructed to a four-lane standard by district forces and is 90 per cent complete.
Paving.—Two lanes of the 1.84-mile section of South-west Marine Drive were
paved with portiand cement concrete.
Snow Removal.—Despite the severe winter, main roads and most side roads
were kept open at all times.   Little difficulty was experienced by the travelling public.
Bridge District Superintendent
Maintenance
All bridges and roads were well maintained. The shoulders on Deas Through-
way and Sea Island Highway were given a lift of crushed gravel. Maintenance work
was also carried out for the British Columbia Ferry Authority on docks and wharves.
The grounds around the major facilities were well maintained.
Construction
One emergency bay was constructed north of Pattullo Bridge. The roadway
was widened at the north end of Second Narrows Bridge to provide better off-ramp
movement to Main Street. Intersection and access road was constructed from Garden City Way, Richmond, to Sea Island Highway.
 C 84 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
Bridge-painting
Cleaning and painting of the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge was 85 per cent completed and of the Pattullo Bridge was 90 per cent completed. A small crew was
employed continuously painting the Lions Gate Bridge.
Snow Removal
Snowfall was very light and icing conditions were normal. All bridges and
highways were kept open and in good condition.
REGION No. 2
(J. W. Nelson, Regional Highway Engineer, Kamloops, B.C.)
Cariboo (South), Kamloops, Lillooet (North), North Okanagan, Revelstoke,
Salmon Arm, Similkameen, South Okanagan, and Yale Electoral Districts
Cariboo (South) District
Roads
On April 1st the district took over the administration of the Bella Coola area,
adding some 75 miles of road and several major bridges, and extending the boundary
of the district to the coast. To augment the engineering staff as a result of this takeover, W. D. Cooper was transferred from Revelstoke to 100 Mile House on August
1st and established a sub-office there.
Maintenance.—Spring run-off was light and presented only minor problems.
Due to an early warm spell, break-up was short and restrictions were being lifted as
early as May 1 st. Improvements were made on numerous minor roads, and general
maintenance was carried out on some 1,600 miles of road.
Construction.—The regional scraper crew rebuilt 1.2 miles of the Canim Lake
Road adjacent to the Provincial Government camp-site and reconstructed 3.5 miles
of the Chilcotin Highway. In addition, the reconstruction of 1.7 miles of the Chilcotin Road and 2.3 miles of the Dog Creek Road, both on the outskirts of Williams
Lake, were completed by district forces, and both these sections were paved. Paving
on the South Lakeside Road was extended for a further 0.7 mile. Three miles of
the Likely Road were paved, and paving of the 100 Mile House-Forest Grove Road
(9.0 miles) was completed.
Bridges
A major Bailey bridge, 180 feet of double/double, was installed across the
Bella Coola River at Hagensborg. Two other small Bailey bridges were erected and
11 other bridges rebuilt. Major repairs were carried out on 12 further structures,
including redecking 350 feet of a pedestrian board walk at Bella Bella.
Kamloops District
Trunk and Main Highways
General maintenance was carried out on all trunk and main highways. Widening and up-grading of shoulders on main roads show great improvement.
Patching, maintenance of signs, clearing, brushing, and weed control were on a
continuing basis.
There was comparatively light snowfall last winter, but extensive and continuous icing conditions. Through use of chemicals and sanding, roads were kept open
and relatively bare.
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Spring road restrictions were necessary for a short time only on side roads. The
Trans-Canada Highway was not restricted.
Other Highways and Roads
Routine maintenance was carried out on all roads. Improvements to country
roads, especially school bus routes, were as follows: Agate Bay (No. 101), Heffley-
Louis Creek (No. 169), Lac Le Jeune (No. 187), Mission Flats (No. 198-1),
Hudson's Bay Trail (No. 198-6), Rose Hill (No. 225), Savona Access (No. 228-1),
Vavenby Access (No. 249-1), Barriere (No. 110), Dunn Lake (No. 155), Fadear
Creek (No. 157), and Murtle Lake (No. 288).
Bridges
All bridges were inspected, and extensive repairs were effected.
The complete decking, sidewalks, and guard-rail on the North Thompson crossing at Barriere were installed by the Kamloops District bridge crew. This was a
major undertaking by a district crew and required most of our resources for over
three months.
The following bridges were completely reconstructed: Bear Creek (No. 194),
30-foot log stringer; Nehaliston (No. 157), 25-foot log stringer; Eakin Creek
(No. 89), 30-foot log stringer; and Cold Creek (No. 245), 24-foot log stringer.
Overlanders Bridge (No. 208) guard-rail and sidewalk repairs are being done.
Considerable repairs and refinishing are still required. We are in the process of
landscaping and seeding the lawn on the south end of Overlanders Bridge in the area
where the warehouses were razed in 1965.
Ferries
All necessary repairs and painting were done during the year.
Day-labour Construction
North Thompson (No. 5) section at Raft River was 90 per cent completed
with %-inch crushed gravel on the southern end.
Lillooet (North) District
Roads
Maintenance.—Regular maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district. Several rock falls occurred on the Bridge River and Lytton Roads, causing
some traffic delays.
Construction and Surfacing.—Four and one-half miles of the Lillooet—Cache
Creek Highway (No. 12b) were pulvimixed, and 1.5 miles of the Lytton-Lillooet
Road (No. 12a) were blade-mixed.
Considerable rock work was done on the Bridge River roads, and some 6.5
miles of road west of the Fraser River to Lytton were bulldozed out.
Considerable work on mining-roads was also handled by district forces.
Reconstruction.—Four miles of the Lillooet-Cache Creek Highway were reconstructed by the Regional S. 12 crew.
Three miles of the Meadow Lake-Springhouse Road were rebuilt to new grades.
Some 26 miles of major improvements were completed within the district.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was average, with a somewhat unusual temperature
range, necessitating considerable use of chemicals during the latter part of the winter.
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Bridges
The Gibbs Overhead Crossing of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway was completed, and a new bridge, the Boule, was built over the Bonaparte River. Considerable maintenance work was done on both the suspension bridges in the district,
these bridges dating back to 1911.
Ferries
The Big Bar reaction ferry continued in operation, with extra trips being necessitated by mining activity in the area.
North Okanagan District
Roads
Maintenance.—Routine maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout
the district. Trunk and main highways received special emphasis toward patching,
sign maintenance, and shouldering. Fall rains again triggered the Heckman Creek
slide on Highway No. 6 east of Cherryville. Efforts are being made to stabilize the
slip. On March 18, 1967, a minor slide on the Shuswap Hill on this same highway
has necessitated a further widening in a rock section to provide sufficient highway
width.
The no-post guard-rail plant operated by the district produced 8,060 feet of
guard-rail to supply the needs of nine districts in Region No. 2.
Construction and Paving.—The 4.5-mile section of the Eastside Road along the
Okanagan Lake to Ellison Provincial Park, a 1-mile section of the Commonage Road
just south of Vernon, and the short section of improved alignment on the Salmon
Arm Hill on Highway No. 97b were successfully paved by district forces.
A 5-mile section of the Enderby-Mabel Lake Road from Hupel east was reconstructed on a day-labour basis. The 4-mile section of the Lumby-Mabel Lake
Road (Lumby-Shuswap Falls section) was ditched and regravelled in preparation
for repaving. A 2.9-mile section of the Westside Road was also reconstructed, and
a 1.7-mile section at the northern end of the Lumby-Mabel Lake Road was cleared
full width.
Snow Removal.—The district experienced a generally moderate winter. This
increased the demand for sanding and salting operations. Snow-ploughing in the
Monashee Pass and Silver Star Park was handled with little difficulty.
Bridges
Normal maintenance was carried out on all district bridges. The Cherry Creek
Bridge (No. 20), a King truss span on the Sugar Lake Road, failed under a heavy
load on July 7, 1966. A new glulam span is being designed for replacement on an
improved alignment.
Buildings
A spectacular fire on the night of March 16th destroyed the stockroom section
and one-half of the roof section of the Vernon garage. Prompt action by the City
of Vernon Fire Department and our own district personnel prevented what could
have been a complete destruction of the garage and its contents. The estimated
value of the contents, including electrical-shop equipment, shop tools and equipment,
and road equipment, was $150,000. A new four-bay shed was constructed at the
No. 3 yard in Vernon to accommodate a carpentry crew, bridge crew, and dry
storage.
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Revelstoke District
Roads
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout
the year. Extensive spot treatment with calcium chloride was required on the Revel-
stoke-Arrowhead Road for dust control. All major streets in the Big Eddy area
were paved with penetration-type pavement, though heavy traffic associated with
dyke construction has caused extensive damage to the surface. Slope seeding was
continued on the Trans-Canada Highway and some 20 miles was completed.
Snowfall in most of the district was average. Milder than normal temperatures
tended to create icing conditions, requiring above average use of sand and salt.
There were minor slides at Summit Lake and Silver Creek, but no extensive road
closures resulted. During the past winter all snow removal on the 103 miles from
Revelstoke to Boat Encampment, serving Mica Dam site, was carried out by the
district. Despite a record snowfall of approximately 500 inches at Mica, no problems were encountered keeping the road open.
Day Labour.—Work was continued on Sicamous-Solsqua Road (No. 270),
and 1.75 miles are now nearly ready for paving.
Clearing and grubbing of 3 miles on Galena Pass (No. 810) was completed
and 0.6 mile of new grade constructed.
Various frontage roads and side roads in the Revelstoke and Sicamous areas
were improved and gravelled.
Bridges
All necessary repairs to bridges were carried out, but routine maintenance has
fallen somewhat behind due to the bridge crew being extensively employed on ferry
repairs and projects.
Abutments and piers for the new Bigmouth Bridge on Mica Access Road were
constructed by the district bridge crew under Project No. 564.
The old Columbia River Bridge at Revelstoke was completely redecked under
Project No. 549.
District forces were also employed on the resurfacing of Three Valley and Clan
William Bridges, and on major repairs to the west wing wall on Lanark Snowshed.
Ferries
The M.V. " Lardeau " was dry-docked early in the year and extensive repairs
carried out, including the installation of new engine controls.
Both Twelve Mile and Twenty-four Mile Ferries were hard pressed to keep up
with the heavy traffic resulting from increased tourist traffic and clearing projects in
the area. This resulted in the need for more than usual maintenance to ferries and
docks.
The upper six bays of the east dock at Twenty-four Mile Ferry were rebuilt
after being destroyed by a combination of high water and log bundles.
The Twelve Mile Ferry was out of service for short intervals a number of times
due to the barge leaking, and to a fire on October 8th that destroyed the deck house
and damaged the running-gear.
Salmon Arm District
Roads
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all highways and side
roads in the district. The programme of chemical weed control was continued along
the Trans-Canada Highway right-of-way, and our grass- and weed-mowing activities
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were increased over previous years.   Dust control was again carried out by road
oiling in the more built-up areas.
Construction.—Reconstruction was carried out on 2.0 miles of Notch Hill Road
(No. 410), on 1.3 miles of Sorrento-Eagle Bay Road (No. 67), on 2.0 miles of
Yankee Flats Road (No. 363), and on 2.3 miles of Chase streets (No. 195).
Major improvements, which included a considerable amount of rock work,
were made to a total length of 1.2 miles on Kamloops-Shuswap Road (No. 223).
Extensive rock work, along with realignment and grade revisions, at various
locations over a total length of 2.0 miles made a noticeable improvement on the
Sunnybrae-Canoe Point Road (No. 28).
Shoulders on the Westwold section of the Kamloops-Vernon Highway (No.
97) were widened to 10 feet prior to repaving.
Improvements consisting of realignment, grade revisions, widening, ditching,
and gravelling were made to a total of 11.5 miles of sundry roads.
Snow Removal.—Although the snowfall was less on the lower levels than usual,
the back roads in the higher country required the usual amount of snow removal.
A two-shift system was used effectively, and the amount of chemicals used on the
hard-surfaced roads increased. All highways and side roads were kept in good
driving condition.
Bridges
Calhoun (No. 6), Freeman (No. 40), and Holding (No. 57) Bridges were
entirely reconstructed. Piling on the end bents were replaced and new caps and
deck were installed on new Bullman Bridge (No. 35). The entire structure was
raised 1 foot in order that the elevation of the deck would conform to that of the
new pavement on the approaches.
Asphalt planks were replaced on the north end of Adams River Bridge (No.
39).   Stringers were repaired and a new deck laid on Chase Bridge (No. 59).
A second Bailey bridge span was installed at Pritchard Bridge (No. 65). Repairs were made to the deck.
Steelwork on Tappen Overhead Bridge (No. 131) was sand-blasted and
painted.
Sundry repair work was carried out on 26 other bridges. Thirty-seven bridges
were cleaned and inspected.
Ferries
The Shuswap Lake Ferry operated normally.
Similkameen District
Roads
Maintenance.—Routine maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district. The programme of widening and renewing shoulders was continued. Weed
and brush control, sign maintenance, and the further placing of delineator posts on
curves all contributed to enhancing the appearance and safety qualities of the highway system.
A total of 47.5 miles of orchard roads was treated with a dust-layer.
The installation of channelization at dangerous intersections was continued.
Paving.—A total of 15.6 miles of road-mix pavement was laid throughout the
district to renew old pavement or to extend the existing hard-surface system. New
paving included 7.5 miles on the Apex Ski Resort Access Road, and 4.8 miles of
old pavement were rehabilitated by sand sealing.
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Construction and Reconstruction.—Two miles of truck lane were constructed
on the east end of the Hope-Princeton Highway.
Six miles of Black Sage Road (No. 120) were reconstructed to serve the vineyard development south of Oliver.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was below normal in the eastern half of the district,
but slightly above normal over the Hope-Princeton Highway. A combination of
heavy traffic and snow-storms caused some short tie-ups on holiday week-ends.
Sanding and salting were carried out as conditions dictated.
Bridges
Minor repairs and painting of sundry bridges was done throughout the area.
An overlay was placed on the deck of Stirling Creek Bridge to improve its
riding quality.
Widening and strengthening of bridges on the Hope-Princeton Highway was
completed.
Four timber bridges on side roads were reconstructed.
South Okanagan District
Roads
Maintenance.—The trend of expansion continues, requiring increased maintenance on all roads. During 1966 there were 390 new homes built in the South
Okanagan unorganized area, with resulting increased population of 900 persons.
This has demanded more attention to local roads to meet the traffic requirements.
This maintenance involved improving driving conditions and elimination of hazards
on previously substandard roads.
General maintenance was carried out on all other roads to retain appearance
and satisfactory driving conditions.
Reconstruction.—The Joe Rich Road (Kelowna to Rock Creek) was reconstructed to standard for 7.2 miles from Rutland easterly.
Boucherie Road was improved for commuter traffic a distance of 2.0 miles,
ready for paving.
An additional 14.4 miles of local roads were improved and gravelled.
Paving.—A total of 2.95 miles of road-mix pavement was completed by district
forces.
Snow Removal.—A below normal snowfall was recorded on the lower levels,
particularly after January 1, 1967. No inconvenience was experienced by the travelling public.
Bridges
There were no renewals or major reconstruction of bridges. All bridges were
maintained, with stress on safety and painting.
Yale District
Roads
Maintenance.—Routine maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district.
Repairs and painting of all steel guard-rail in the Fraser Canyon section of the Trans-
Canada Highway were carried out. An additional 32,000 feet of no-post concrete
guard-rail were also installed in the Fraser Canyon, and preparation work on the
shoulders for this project was carried out by district forces.   Lighting was installed
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on two chain-up spots, one on Trans-Canada Highway and one on Southern Trans-
Canada Highway. Snowfall was lighter than in the previous year; more frequent
storms and milder conditions created more severe driving conditions, but crews
maintained a good standard all winter.
Construction.—Reconstruction, base strengthening, and road mixing were carried out on 1.5 miles of the Merritt-Kamloops section of Highway No. 5, 0.5 mile
of Merritt-Spences Bridge Highway (No. 8), and 1.25 miles of Douglas Lake Road
(No. 25).
Reconstruction, improving alignment, ditching, and gravelling for 0.5 mile on
Othello Road in the Hope area, was 75 per cent completed.
Bridges
One major log-stringer bridge was reconstructed. New deck systems were
constructed on six timber structures; major repairs were carried out on 10 structures; and cleaning, inspection, and minor repairs were carried out on 18 structures.
All bridges were inspected twice during the fiscal year.
Ferries
Lytton Ferry was completely rebuilt, with exception of the pontoons, and repainted.   North Bend Ferry buildings and landings were repaired and repainted.
The haul-back cable on the North Bend Ferry was replaced in March. An
additional 40 feet of running-deck were added to the west side slip of Lytton Ferry
landing.
REGION No. 3
(D. F. Martin, Regional Highway Engineer, Nelson, B.C.)
Columbia, Cranbrook, Fernie, Grand Forks-Greenwood, Kaslo-Slocan, Nelson-
Creston, and Rossland-Trail Electoral Districts.
Columbia District
Roads
An extensive weed-spraying programme was continued on the Trans-Canada
and Kootenay-Columbia Highways with excellent results.
Numerous small rockslides were cleared on the Kicking Horse Canyon section
of the Trans-Canada Highway.
On the Kootenay-Columbia Highway 1,000 lineal feet of galvanized-steel
guard-rail were installed, and a total of 5.5 miles of steel guard-rail on main highways
was repainted.
All damaged or defaced signs were replaced, and all sign-posts were painted.
The approach road to a Federal boat ramp on Columbia Lake at Canal Flats
was improved and gravelled.
Roadside parking areas were constructed at several historic sites.
Snow removal was carried out on a two-shift eight-hour basis. Over 37,000
tons of sand and 309 tons of chemicals were used on ice control.
Reconstruction consisted of widening and gravelling of 9.3 miles of the Big
Bend Highway between Donald and Bush River and 22.5 miles of various side roads.
A total of 3.6 miles of streets in Athalmer, Windermere, Edgewater, and Wilmer was
improved and road-mix pavement laid thereon.
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Bridges
Marl Creek Bridge and Summit Creek Bridge were reconstructed, and extensive
deck repairs were made to Bush River Bridge. King trusses at Findlay Creek and
Francis Creek were replaced respectively by a 70-foot steel-beam span and a 60-foot
glulam structure.
Culverts and a piezometer were installed at the west abutment of the Columbia
River Bridge at Donald.
Steelwork on the Kicking Horse River Bridge at Golden was scraped and
repainted.
A shear boom was constructed upstream from Toby Creek Bridge to control
the flow of driftwood.
Miscellaneous
Gravel-screening plants were constructed in pits at Blaeberry and Canal Flats.
Another salt-storage bin was constructed at Golden.
Cranbrook District
Roads
Maintenance.—Roads were maintained in good condition throughout the year.
Weed and brush spraying was carried out on the Southern Trans-Canada Highway
between Rampart and Wardner and on the Kootenay-Columbia Highway from
Cherry Creek north to the district boundary.
Construction.—-One mile of Highway No. 93 from Fort Steele north was reconstructed, and gravelling was completed on the approaches to the new Fort Steele
Bridge.
On the Southern Trans-Canada Highway, construction was completed on a
truck lane 2.6 miles in length on the C.P.R. Hill section north of Wardner.
Shoulders were widened to 10 feet on 1.6 miles of the Southern Trans-Canada
Highway, Mile 20.4 to Mile 22.0, and on 2.5 miles of the Kingsgate-Curzon section
of Highway No. 95.
On the Wardner-Fort Steele Road, reconstruction consisting of widening, grade
revision, and gravelling was carried out on 2.5 miles between Wardner and Bull
River. On the Yahk-Meadow Creek Road 1.44 miles were reconstructed on new
alignment.
Reconstruction and widening were completed on 2.08 miles of streets in the
Cranbrook area. Flush-coat pavement was laid on 3.96 miles of roads and streets
in this same area. In the Kimberley area 1.10 miles of the Thompson Road was
reconstructed and a double flush-coat pavement laid. The same type of pavement
was laid also on 2.29 miles of road in subdivisions adjacent to Kimberley.
Improvements were made to and a flush-coat pavement laid on a total of 2.0
miles of streets in Moyie and Wardner.
Snow Removal.—A below average snowfall was encountered this past winter.
Higher than usual temperatures created icing conditions which required an above
normal amount of sand and chemicals to control. All main roads were ploughed
and sanded as necessary with very little delay and were made bare within hours.
Bridges
All bridges were maintained as required. Materials were purchased for widening of Mark Creek Bridge (No. 185) at Kimberley. Railings were repainted on a
number of timber structures.   Redecking of a few timber structures was completed.
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The asphalt deck on Moyie River Bridge (No. 12) at Wards was removed, and a
new hot-mix asphalt deck was laid. Treated materials were purchased for repairs
to substructure of St. Mary River Bridge (No. 17) at Wycliffe.
Buildings
In the Cranbrook garage a new floor was laid and tiled in the shop foreman's
office, a new fan was installed in the welding bay, and the upstairs storeroom was
painted.   A new sewer-line was installed and connected to the city sewer main.
At Kimberley a new oil-house was constructed, and fuel pumps were installed.
The storage-room in the garage was painted.
Fernie District
Roads
Snow Removal.—A heavier than normal snowfall required full-shift operation
until April. Traffic was kept moving normally all winter. A slight increase in the
use of chemicals for ice removal was considered normal.
Maintenance.—A normal spring run-off reduced flood damage repairs to a
minor degree.
Summer maintenance included continuation of asphalt flush-coat treatment on
various roads in the Jaffray and Elk Valley areas, and a minor weed- and brush-
control programme using Brush Kill and Simazine on the Southern Trans-Canada
Highway east of Fernie 1 mile and west of Fernie to Elko.
Day Labour.—District and regional crews completed relocation and construction of 95 per cent of the first 3-mile section between Fernie and Hosmer.
Bridges
Betania (No. 43) and Ferguson (No. 47) Bridges were reconstructed, using
native timber. Regular seasonal clean-up of all bridges and minor repairs on several
were carried out.
Buildings
One salt-shed was completed at Fernie.
Grand Forks-Greenwood District
Roads
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout
the year. Shoulder-widening was continued on the Southern Trans-Canada Highway in the Anarchist Mountain and Kettle Valley areas, and Greenwood and Grand
Forks. Extensive gravelling was carried out on the side roads west of Grand Forks
in the Land Settlement Board areas.
A traffic island was constructed at the intersection of the Southern Trans-Canada Highway and the Rock Creek-Kelowna Highway.
Brush and weed spray was applied on the Southern Trans-Canada Highway
east of Grand Forks.
All signs were repaired and painted.
Widening and improvements were carried out on Boundary Creek Road and
on side roads on the west side of Christina Lake.
Construction.—Reconstruction of the Rock Creek-Kelowna Highway was continued during the year, and 4.54 miles were completed. At this time there are approximately 16 miles ready for pulvimixing between Carmi and Kallis Creek.
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Widening and grade revision were carried out on the Kettle River Main Road.
Last year's work of 3.25 miles was completed, and another 2.85 miles were 50 per
cent completed by the end of the year. Total length under construction is 6.10
miles.
Paving.—On the Rock Creek-Kelowna Highway 14.05 miles were pulvimixed
by the Paving Branch; 8.52 miles of seal-coating were completed in the Christina
Lake area and Valley Roads South (No. 72); and 3.89 miles of penetration seal-
coating were completed in the Kettle Valley South and Valley Roads South areas.
Snow Removal.—All roads were kept open and well sanded. Snowfall was
normal at lower levels but was much greater at higher levels. The snowfall on the
Christina Lake-Kinnaird summit was approximately 7 feet greater than last year.
Snow-storms were quite frequent, and constant ploughing and sanding were
necessary to keep the roads in good winter condition. Although the snowfall was
greater at the higher levels, we were not troubled with snowslides. This was perhaps
due to the fact that the frost did not have much opportunity to penetrate, and also
that our snowfalls, although frequent, were not heavy at any one time.
Bridges
General maintenance was performed on all bridges throughout the district.
Kallis Creek Bridge (No. 1) was replaced with a 72-inch-diameter corrugated
metal pipe culvert after it had been damaged beyond repair by a logging-truck. Roy-
lance Bridge (No. 11) was reconstructed.
Major repairs were carried out on Granby (No. 88), First Street (No. 81),
Midway (No. 140), and White Cabin (No. 127) Bridges. Less extensive repairs
were carried out on other bridges.
Buildings
Wiring was completed in the equipment-shed at Beaverdell and a temporary
lighting plant set up until power could be supplied by the utility company. New
lights were installed in the garage at Grand Forks.
Interior painting was completed at the Grand Forks garage and oil-house, and
the equipment-shed at Greenwood.
Kaslo-Slocan District
Roads
The main task this year was salvaging road-mix surfacing. The assistance of
the Paving Branch and regional crews was needed to sand-seal and remix 25 miles
of pavement on the Balfour-Gerrard Road.
The regional Gradall unit was within one day of completing a heavy ditching
programme from Winlaw to Nakusp on Highway No. 6 and from Lardeau to Coffee
Creek when it was destroyed by arson just south of Ainsworth.
Considerable liaison was necessary with the British Columbia Hydro and Power
Authority as the redevelopment of the Arrow Lakes area and new power-line to the
Duncan Dam progressed. New townsites at Fauquier, Edgewood, and Burton were
started.
The Fisheries Branch of the Department of Recreation and Conservation was
active in the Kootenay Lake and Lardeau Valley area, and our crews co-operated
with it in its various endeavours.
Projects were under way improving the Nakusp-Galena Bay Road, by-passing
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Valley Road, together with a rebuild from the Slocan Lake Lookout to Eight Mile
Bridge.   Only the latter was completed.
The survey crew provided daily testing facilities for the crusher production and
concrete guard-rail construction in addition to a heavy programme of construction
surveys.
The snow came in November, rain in December, and a heavy fall was experienced in January. A Sno-Blast unit was very useful on the Monashee and New
Denver-Nakusp sections of Highway No. 6.  There were no major snowslides.
On the section of the New Denver-Kaslo Road east of Retallack, a short relocation constructed by the maintenance crews eliminated a section plagued by snow
sluffs.
Bridges
Complete new bridges were built for the Traves and Jordan Bridges in the
Inonoaklin Valley. Here the Cemetery Bridge was demolished by an overloaded
logging-truck. A new bridge was built at Cascade Creek, and many bridges repaired
and painted.
Ferries
There were the usual short interruptions of service for major motor repairs on
both Arrow Park and Needles Ferries.
The 24-hour service on the Arrow Park Ferry was reduced by five hours in
November, in keeping with similar ferry schedules for comparative areas.
Buildings
The oil-shed at Kaslo was rebuilt on the new yard-site. Property at Denver
Siding was purchased for a new yard-site to serve New Denver. The existing shop
at New Denver was painted and new lighting installed.
Nelson-Creston District
Roads
Maintenance.—Minor improvements were carried out on the Radio Beam Road
and the Mountain Station area roads. Because of severe pot-holing, a considerable
amount of patching was required on all main highways. A washout caused by a
broken beaver dam on Highway No. 6 near the Black Bluffs was repaired. A landslide near Brilliant which threatened the highway structure was stabilized. A continuing programme of soil sterilization, weed-spraying, and slope-seeding has been
followed. All highway signs have been maintained as required. Many side roads
were gravelled and graded as required.
Construction.—The reconstruction of the Boswell-Kuskanook section of Highway No. 3a has been completed. Minor reconstruction and road-mix paving were
performed on the following roads: Creston-Wynndel, Upper Longbeach, Pass
Creek, Knox, Creston-Summit Creek, and Castlegar Golf Course Road.
The roads in the South Salmo area were gravelled and primed. The Heddle
Road has been reconstructed. The fill across Dead Horse Creek has been extended.
A new equipment-shed has been completed at the Erie yard-site.
Snow Removal.—Screening of winter sand was carried out during the summer
months. The Kootenay Pass camp on the Salmo-Creston Highway was opened on
October 25, 1966. A constant heavy snowfall was experienced on the Salmo-
Creston section of Highway No. 3. The snowfall caused several slides, which closed
the highway; however, the slides were cleared quite quickly. The benches which
were constructed last year proved once again to be very beneficial in reducing the
size and number of slides.
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Bridges
The Ymir Bridge on Highway No. 6 was opened to traffic. The Laird Creek
Bridge was reconstructed. General maintenance and repair was carried out on all
bridges in the district.
Ferries
A major overhaul was performed on the M.V. " Balfour " and the M.V.
" Anscomb." The Kootenay Lake ferries were operated on an hourly schedule during the summer months. The Glade Ferry was removed during high water, and
passenger service was provided by a river boat run by the Department. The Glade
Ferry schedule has been revised and extended.
Rossland-Trail District
Roads
Generally all roads were maintained satisfactorily with no major disruption to
traffic. A heavy snowfall on the upper levels and a mild winter on the lower levels,
with resulting frequent freeze-thaw cycles, combined to provide a challenge to both
men and equipment and required a heavy expenditure for chemicals and abrasives.
Main roads with only pulvimix surfaces suffered severely during the winter; consequently maintenance was difficult and costly. Again the frequent freeze-thaw cycle
brought down excessive rock in a few solid-rock sections of the Southern Trans-
Canada Highway, with blasting and scaling costs reaching a substantial figure.
Considerable effort went into the grading and road mixing of 7.72 miles of
side roads within built-up areas; also 2.5 miles of pulvimix was redone by Departmental forces on the Rossland-Sheep Lake Highway (No. 3b). Champion Lake
Road (6.5 miles) was regraded and crushed gravel applied in preparation for road
mixing, with funds provided by the Department of Recreation and Conservation.
Over 1,000,000 cubic yards of material were moved during the year in completing
our major day-labour programme.
Bridges
Only routine maintenance was undertaken, no bridges were constructed or
reconstructed. Soundings were again taken at the Trail and Columbia River
Bridges. A new scale-house was constructed in Rossland for the Department of
Commercial Transport, and a new scale-house at Kinnaird was started.
Ferries
As more traffic utilized the Columbia River Bridge at Kinnaird and the old
Brilliant Bridge over the Kootenay River, traffic on the Castlegar Ferries decreased
steadily throughout the year, and service was reduced accordingly.
The Renata Ferry was taken out of service on February 3rd and was towed
to and anchored at Castlegar.
REGION No. 4
(R. G. Harvey, Regional Highway Engineer, Prince George, B.C.)
Atlin, Cariboo (North), Fort George, North Peace River, Omineca, Prince Rupert,
Skeena, and South Peace River Electoral Districts
Atlin (North) District
The spring break-up was better than average, few washouts occurred, and
little extraordinary maintenance was necessary.
 C 100 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
No new bridges were constructed. However, all structures on the Watson
Lake-Stewart Highway were strengthened to facilitate moving construction equipment into the construction project on the southern portion of this highway.
The Stikine Ferry operated steadily, with increased traffic to mining and
construction camps.
Again this year, further work was done to complete the new shops at the
maintenance establishments at Good Hope Lake and Dease Lake on the Watson
Lake-Stewart Highway. A power-house and foreman's office were built at Dease
Lake, and the crew moved out of Telegraph Creek to occupy the new establishment.
Atlin (South) District
Roads
Maintenance.—Mining activity continued at high pace in the Stewart area,
necessitating a higher standard of summer maintenance. The maintenance in the
Alice Arm area was increased due to a logging company using the main road.
A severe rain-storm on September 3 and 4, 1966, washed out portions of the
Stewart-Watson Lake Highway and necessitated rebuilding 0.3 mile of road-bed in
the Bear River Pass.
Construction.—A 0.5^mile portion of the Stewart-Hyder Road was widened
to a 30-foot subgrade. Minor widening and reconstruction on a 1-mile portion of
the Upper Kitsault River Road was undertaken and also involved rechannelling of
the river in two locations.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was higher than normal, with 452 inches at Premier,
245 inches at Stewart, and 160 inches at Alice Arm. Despite the heavy snowfalls
recorded, there was little disruption to traffic.
The Stewart-Watson Lake Highway was closed for the winter on October 29,
1966. A portion of the Salmon River Road which passes through Alaska was kept
open by Department forces, to allow access to the Premier area.
Bridges
The Cullen Creek Bridge on the Stewart-Watson Lake Highway was repaired
after being buried in the September 3, 1966, rain-storm and subsequent run-off.
The Barnachee Creek Bridge, destroyed by a flood in 1961, was rebuilt with
log stringers to allow access to the old Stewart Cemetery and a logging operation.
The 266-foot pile trestle Stewart-Hyder Bridge (No. 3) was eliminated with
a gravel fill early in 1967.
Materials were bought and stockpiled for two bridges on the Big Missouri Mine
Road and for the Bear Lake Creek Bridge on the Stewart-Watson Lake Highway.
Cariboo (North) District
Roads
Maintenance.—General maintenance was carried out on all roads in the district. The Kersley section of the Cariboo Highway was severely damaged by frost,
and again required extensive repairs.
An experimental heating-cable was installed in the pavement at the west
approach to the Fraser River Bridge at Quesnel and proved to be very satisfactory,
aiding considerably in maintaining a small flow of traffic.
A maintenance depot was established at Hixon, consisting of four men and a
foreman, which has enabled a higher degree of service and snow removal to this area.
 REGIONAL REPORTS
C 101
Construction.—Reconstruction and base strengthening were carried out on
8.1 miles of district roads, of which 6.9 miles were pulvimixed. Reconstruction was
carried out on the following: Barkerville Road, 2.7 miles; Blackwater Road, 4.4
miles; Hydraulic Road, 1.0 mile. Pulvimix was done on the following: Black-
water Road, 4.4 miles; Red Bluff Road, 1.5 miles; Hydraulic Road, 1.0 mile.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was above average in the district. The Wells area
had a total for the winter of 25 feet. Very high winter temperatures created numerous icy conditions throughout the winter, resulting in the highest snow-removal costs
incurred for winter snow removal.
Bridges
Five small bridges were completely rebuilt, and the old Soda Creek King truss
was replaced by an 80-foot Bailey bridge. The traffic lights on the Fraser River
Bridge were replaced with a completely new system, using loop detectors in place
of the pad detectors.
Routine maintenance was carried out on several other bridges in the district.
Buildings
An oil-house was constructed and propane heating installed at the Hixon
garage, and the establishment put into operation in the fall of 1966.
Heating of the Quesnel garage and assembly rooms was converted from coal
to natural gas.
Ferries
All three ferries in the district operated throughout the summer and fall without
any problems or interruptions. Aerial cages were put into operation for pedestrians
for the winter months.
The Marguerite Ferry was reconstructed on a new set of pontoons for the
1967 operation.
Fort George District
Roads
Maintenance.—Normal maintenance was carried out on all district roads, including additional gravel in many areas. Many roads in the heavy populated areas
were oiled to prevent dust.
Day Labour.—Eight miles of the Giscome Road were strengthened and surfaced with crushed gravel. The Nechako and Fraser Interchanges were completed
as far as was possible and are now ready for pavement.
Snow Removal.—Heavy and frequent snowfalls were experienced this year.
Snow-ploughing was kept at maximum by the use of a double shift. Pavement
within a radius of 30 miles was kept bare all winter by frequent and well-timed
ploughing and the use of chemicals. The northern part of the John Hart-Peace
River Highway was also kept in a bare condition for a good part of the winter.
Bridges
Normal maintenance was carried out on bridges. Angusmac Bridges on the
John Hart-Peace River Highway were completed, and the Bear Creek Bridge mostly
completed except for the approaches.
Ferries
Isle Pierre Ferry operated all year with light volume of traffic.
Hansard Ferry operated during the summer months on a 24-hour basis carrying
a very heavy volume of traffic.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
North Peace River
Reconstruction and (or) gravelling was undertaken on 62 miles of local roads
in the Charlie Lake, Upper Cache Creek, Cecil Lake, and Montney areas, many of
which were recent school-bus route extensions serving these rapidly expanding
farming areas.
Seven miles of streets were regravelled at Fort Nelson. Eight miles of road
were constructed and gravelled, and a single-span log bridge was erected at Hudson
Hope for British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority to provide access to resettlement land at Portage Mountain Dam.
The Hudson Hope Airstrip was again sprayed with asphalt, also for British
Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
The bridge crew constructed concrete abutments and piers and erected steel
I-beams on two permanent bridges on the Hudson Hope Road at Lynx and Farrell
Creeks, in readiness for the reinforced-concrete decks. A new replacement bridge
over Fort St. John Creek (Neilson Bridge) and a new structure over Indian Creek,
both in the Rose Prairie area, were completed. Lee Bridge at Montney was reconstructed on the same location.
The spring break-up, being reasonably mild, did not cause many problems, and
no bridges were washed out.
Omineca (East) District
Roads
Maintenance. — Normal maintenance was carried out on district roads.
Weather was wet and cool much of the year. Improvement work by ditching and
gravelling was carried out to several side roads during the fall.
Construction.—Work continued on reconstruction of the Vanderhoof-Stuart
Lake Road, and 19 miles were paved by contract. The road to Endako Mines was
pulvimixed by district forces. Minor day-labour work was carried out on district
secondary roads. Forty miles of mining-road was up-graded for the Department
of Mines and Petroleum Resources.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was one of the highest on record, with water content
being high. Weather was mild throughout the winter, with considerable heaving
being experienced in some paved sections. Winter maintenance was carried out
in a normal manner.
Omineca (West) District
Roads
Maintenance.—The spring break-up was normal, with few washouts and only
two major pavement failures.
A major ditch-clearing programme was carried out on Highway No. 16.
The district pull grader was used to reditch several major side roads.
Several miles of the Colleymount Road were gravelled.
Construction.—Four miles of Francois Lake Road (No. 35) were reconstructed and finished to a Va -inch crushed-gravel base. Another 2 miles were cleared
in preparation for future work.
Construction work on the Houston Bridge approaches was 90 per cent completed on the east side of the Bulkley River and 60 per cent completed on the west
side.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was above average with a prevalent freeze-thaw
condition. A night shift of four men was utilized to good advantage. Chemical
requirements were quite high because of the fluctuating temperatures.
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Bridges
The new 16-bay pile trestle over the Fulton River was completed.
Goat Creek Bridge (No. 137) was washed out by an October cloudburst. The
district bridge crew replaced it with a 50-foot log-stringer span supported by rock-
filled cribs.
Minor repairs were carried out on other bridges where necessary.    •
Ferries
The Francois Lake Ferry M.V. " Jacob Henkel " was able to operate all winter.
Further studies were made to obtain an estimate for installing an air-bubbling
system across Francois Lake.
Buildings
A concrete floor was poured in the Southbank garage, and a new oil-house was
constructed at Southbank.
A new concrete floor was poured in the Burns Lake mechanical shop.
Burns Lake, Southbank, and Houston shops were repainted throughout the
interior.
Prince Rupert District
Roads
Maintenance.—Necessary maintenance continued at a steady pace throughout
the year. An increased surface area on the Queen Charlotte City-Masset Highway
due to recent day-labour work necessitated the hiring of an extra machine to keep
up with the work load.
Construction.—Reconstruction of the Sandspit-AUiford Bay Road was completed. The Queen Charlotte City-Masset Highway was reconstructed from Tlell
to Port Clements and in addition included most of the Port Clements streets, a bypass of Port Clements and a % -mile diversion of the highway away from an eroding
beach at Tlell.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall was lighter than the past few years due to an unusually warm winter. A new salt-shed and spreading unit were required on Moresby
Island to effectively control ice conditions on the new pavement surfacing. One of
the heaviest snowfalls occurred on the Easter week-end.
Bridges
Minor repairs were carried out on most bridges.
Material was purchased for renewal of the Salk Lake floats.
Ten pile-trestle bridges were replaced with a total of 652 lineal feet of creosote-
treated timber trestles on the Queen Charlotte Islands.
Skeena (East) District
Roads
Maintenance.—Routine maintenance was carried out on all roads throughout
the district.
A large ice jam in early April took out two 140-foot Howe truss sections of the
Smithers Bridge, located over the Bulkley River at Smithers. Traffic was detoured
over the Telkwa High Road, a 25-mile route by-passing Smithers. The spans were
replaced with 290 feet of continuous triple-single Bailey bridge, supported on two
intermediate piers. Traffic signals were installed at each end of the bridge to facilitate movement over the narrow structure.
 REGIONAL REPORTS C 105
Heavy rains in late October produced severe flood conditions throughout the
district, washing out the Hells Bells Bridge and Trout Creek Bridge on Highway
No. 16 and two structures on minor side roads.
A crushed-gravel running surface was placed over 32 miles of the Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway in the vicinity of Cedarvale.
Construction.—Summer day-labour work consisted of the reconstruction of a
2-mile section of the Babine Lake Road, the completion of the approaches to the
new Moricetown Overhead (1.02 miles), the installation of two 15-foot-diameter
multi-plate culverts at John Brown Creek (0.60 mile), and minor gravelling and
widening projects on miscellaneous side roads. Construction was also started on
the Smithers By-pass (3.31 miles). This work is in conjunction with the proposed
crossing of the Bulkley River.
Snow Removal.—All roads were kept in good winter condition. Total snowfall was slightly less than last year; however, numerous freeze-thaw conditions required constant ploughing and sanding. Crews were maintained on a revolving-shift
basis, providing coverage 16 hours per day seven days per week.
Bridges
Normal maintenance was carried out on all bridges. New bridges were constructed at Smokey Creek and Fulton River on the Babine Road and at Tea Creek
on the Kitwanga Road; also an 80-foot triple-single Bailey bridge was installed on
the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway at Hells Bells Creek.
Buildings
Additional construction was undertaken on the Cedarvale garage and ferryman's residence at Cedarvale.
The interior of the main shop at Smithers was painted.
Ferries
The reaction ferry at Cedarvale provided normal service throughout the summer months.   An aerial basket handled passenger service during the winter.
Skeena (West) District
Roads
Maintenance.—Road restrictions were applied on April 4th and rescinded on
April 25th. The break-up period was short, with little damage to the roads. The
general weather pattern during the summer was wet, and as a result the pavement
patching fell behind. Extensive regravelling on the Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway and subdivision roads in the Thornhill and Lakelse Lake areas was carried
out. Riprap was placed at Mile 39.5 on the Northern Trans-Provincial Highway
west to prevent further erosion by the Skeena River at that point.
Fifteen miles of right-of-way seeding was carried out east of Terrace.
Flooding due to heavy rains occurred on October 22nd, causing considerable
damage to the Kitimat Highway.
Day Labour.—Day-labour work was light, consisting mainly of relocating a
portion of Highway No. 16 west at Kwinitsa to accommodate a C.N.R. siding extension, construction of subdivision roads, reconstruction of a half-mile section on the
Remo Road, and gravelling the Kitimat Indian Village Road.
Snow Removal.—About average snowfall was encountered throughout the
district. Several small snowslides occurred, with only minor delays to traffic. A
C.N.R. derailment 40 miles west of Terrace due to a snowslide February 5th blocked
the highway for three days.
 Highway No. 16 near Terrace.
 REGIONAL REPORTS
C  107
Bridges
Several bridges were redecked during the summer, including the Skeena River
Bridge at Terrace. One bridge was constructed on a subdivision road at Lakelse
Lake after high water washed the road out at that point. The new bridge over Gold
Creek was opened to traffic and the Bailey bridge removed.
The bridge crew also assisted in the erection of Bailey bridges at Smithers and
Hells Bells Creek.
Ferries
Usk Ferry was taken out of service December 2nd, and a rowboat used until
a cable car went into service February 1st.
Copper Ferry was taken out of service November 9th and put back on
May 10, 1967.
South Peace River District
Roads
Maintenance.—Although the previous winter had recorded exceptionally heavy
snowfalls throughout the district, the spring run-off was gradual, lacking in severe
washouts and flooding. The district enjoyed a good maintenance season for road
repairing, reconstruction, and gravelling of farm settlement and minor roads. Pavement patching was routine, except for a 5-mile stretch of road west of Progress
where many failures occurred on the John Hart-Peace River Highway.
The crack-filling programme was again intensified as 40 tons of crack-filler
was used.
Construction.—A major gravel-cement stabilization project was completed on
5.1 miles of the Dawson Creek-^Clayhurst Road. A 3.35-mile portion of pulvimix
was completed on Project No. 1377 on the Chetwynd-Hudson Hope Road.
A 21-mile road serving One Island Lake was greatly improved, 9 miles being
newly constructed. Eleven miles of forest access road serving the Lone Prairie
area was taken over, requiring extensive reconstruction.
Snow Removal.—Snowfall records were broken again this year, with totals of
120 inches at Pouce Coupe and 245 inches at Mount Le Moray, this latter amount
being double the average annual snowfall.
Buildings
The equipment-shed at Rolla burned down on December 19th, and replacement
was commenced in January.
Ferries
The Clay hurst Ferry operated on normal routine.
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Esquimalt	
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Fort George..
Project
..Road:
1391, Burrage River to Ningunsaw River, Stewart-Cassiar Highway.
Bridges:
515, Bell-Irving River Bridge No. 1, Stewart-Cassiar Highway.
532, Stewart-Hyder Bridge No. 2, Stewart-Hyder Road.
. Miscellaneous:
E-3265, miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination on Trans-Canada Highway No. 401.
.. Roads:
1368, Sword Creek section, Chilcotin Highway.
1607, curb and gutter, Front St., Quesnel, Cariboo Highway.
Paving:
S-2364, Contract No. 2, Mile 95.60 to Mile 111.80, Cariboo Highway.
.Road:
1678,  Lickman Interchange,  Mile  128.49  to Mile  129.28, Trans-Canada
Highway.
.Road:
1548, Golden-McMurdo section, Kootenay-Columbia Highway.
Bridge:
421, Yoho Bridge revisions, Trans-Canada Highway.
..Paving:
S-l 165, Port Alice-Jeune Landing Road.
Bridge:
499, Oyster River Bridge, Island Highway.
..Road:
1580, curb and gutter, Van Home St., Cranbrook, Southern Trans-Canada
Highway.
Paving:
S-4165, Rampart to Wardner, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
S-4166, Curzon Junction to Kid Creek, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
Bridge:
504, Fort Steele Bridge, Highway No. 93.
_ Paving:
S-0965, Contract No. 1, Langley By-pass section, Highway No. 10.
Bridge:
586, Fraser Ave. Bridge, south structure, No. 5 Road.
Miscellaneous:
E-0965,  miscellaneous  intersection   lighting   on   Langley   By-pass   section,
Highway No. 10.
E-3265, miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination on Trans-Canada Highway No. 401, and Deas Tunnel Throughway No. 499.
_Paving:
S-0366, Alouette Road in Garibaldi Park.
Miscellaneous:
E-0565, swing-span control and lighting revisions, Pitt River Bridge, Lougheed Highway.
.. Paving:
S-0165, Cooper Cove-Otter Point Road section of Sooke Road and Otter
Point-Tugwell Creek Bridge section of West Coast Road.
Bridge:
548, Sooke River Bridge, West Coast Road.
.Paving:
S-4165, Fort Steele Junction to Wasa, Highway No. 93.
S-4266,   Hosmer-Natal   and  Crowsnest   sections,   Southern   Trans-Canada
Highway.
Bridge:
504, Fort Steele Bridge, Highway No. 93.
.Roads:
1382, Dome Creek to Crescent Spur, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1476, Willow River to Hungary Creek, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1477, clearing and grubbing, Hungary Creek to Dome Creek, Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway.
1485, Cedarside to D.L. 5666, North Thompson Highway and Northern
Trans-Provincial Highway.
1486, D.L. 5666 to Alberta Boundary, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1596, Northwood Pulp Mill Access Road.
1732, Hungary Creek to Ptarmigan Creek, Section 2, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1733, Hungary Creek to Ptarmigan Creek, Section 3, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
SUMMARY BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF CONTRACT PROJECTS
COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS—Continued
Electoral District
Fort George  	
Kamloops..
Lillooet.
Mackenzie..
Nelson-Creston	
North Okanagan-
North Peace River-
North Vancouver-
Omineca	
Prince Rupert-
Project
-Paving:
S-7166, Summit Lake-Parsnip River over-all section, John Hart-Peace River
Highway.
Bridges:
519, Goat River Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
569, McBride Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
578, West Twin Creek Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Miscellaneous:
1582, seeding roadside areas, North Thompson and Northern Trans-Provincial Highways.
1712,  lighting of Fraser River Interchange, Highway No.  97,   at Prince
George.
-Roads:
1458, McMurphy to Six Mile Crossing, North Thompson Highway.
1475, Six Mile Crossing to Chappell Creek, North Thompson Highway.
1488, Chappell Creek to Cedarside, North Thompson Highway.
Paving:
S-2666, Ashcroft access roads.
S-3166, medium cover aggregate in stockpile at Eight Mile Pit, Highland
Valley Road.
Bridges:
501, North Thompson River Bridge at Barriere, North Thompson Highway.
531, Blue River, Whitewater Creek, Thunder Creek,  and Miledge Creek
Bridges, North Thompson Highway.
545, Kamloops East Bridge, North Thompson Highway.
Miscellaneous:
1582, seeding roadside areas, North Thompson Highway.
.Road:
1621, Britannia Beach-Squamish section, Garibaldi Highway.
Paving:
S-0565, Alice Lake Road to Alta Lake, Garibaldi Highway.
S-0266, Squamish sections, Garibaldi Highway.
S-2666, Ashcroft access roads.
Bridge:
525, Cheakamus River Bridge, Garibaldi Highway.
Miscellaneous:
1717, rock bolting and associated work, Porteau Bluffs Slide,  Garibaldi
Highway.
-Bridge:
475, Powell River Bridge, Sunshine Coast Highway.
-Roads:
1544, Columbia River-Thrums section, Southern Trans-Canada and Kin-
naird-Nelson Highways.
1615, Taghum-Nelson section, Kinnaird-Nelson Highway.
Paving:
S-4166,   Curzon   Junction-Kid   Creek   section,   Southern   Trans-Canada
Highway.
Bridges:
489, Brilliant Bridge, Kinnaird-Nelson Highway.
537, Ootischenia Fly-over, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
-Paving:
S-2265, Vernon South sections, Okanagan Highway.
.Roads:
1609, Contract No. 1, storm drainage, Hudson Hope Streets.
Paving:
1609, Contract No. 2, Hudson Hope streets, Hudson Hope housing and
trailer development, and Hudson Hope-Charlie Lake Road.
.Paving:
S-0466, Mount Seymour Park Road.
Paving:
S-6365, Endako to Priestly Hill, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
S-6465,   Telkwa-Babine   Lake   Road   section,   Northern   Trans-Provincial
Highway.
S-6366, Mile 0.0 to Mile 18.5, Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road.
.Roads:
1574, Prince Rupert Arterial section, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1729, Galloway Rapids Bridge approaches, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway and Port Edward Road.
Paving:
S-6866, airport gate at Sandspit to Kwuna Point Wharf at Alliford Bay
section, Alliford Bay Road.
S-6966,   Skidegate-Port   Clements   section,   Queen   Charlotte   City-Masset
Highway.
Bridge:
553, Galloway Rapids Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
 MAJOR HIGHWAY WORK COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS
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SUMMARY BY ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF CONTRACT PROJECTS
COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS—Continued
Electoral District Project
Revelstoke       Roads:
1604, Revelstoke to Mica Dam, Section 1, Big Bend Highway.
1611, Revelstoke to Mica Dam, Section 2, Big Bend Highway.
1612, Revelstoke to Mica Dam, Section 3, Big Bend Highway.
Paving:
S-8566, bituminous seal-coat, Sicamous-Revelstoke section, Trans-Canada
Highway.
Bridges:
535, Silver Tip Falls, Carnes Creek, and Holdich Creek Bridges, Big Bend
Highway.
536, Goldstream River and Bigmouth Creek Bridges (decks)  and Downie
Creek and Mars Creek Bridges, Big Bend Highway.
564, superstructure, Bigmouth Creek Bridge, Big Bend Highway.
Rossland-Trail.—-  Roads:
1460, Kinnaird Interchange, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
1599, curb and gutter, Castlegar Arterial.
1622, Annable to West Trail, Section 2, Rossland-Trail Highway.
1629, Rossland Ave. and Victoria St., Trail, Trail-Salmo Highway.
Bridge:
537, Kinnaird Interchange Overhead, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
Miscellaneous:
1711, Kinnaird Interchange lighting, Southern Trans-Canada Highway.
Saanich     -  Road:
1590, Swartz Bay to Ardwell Road, Patricia Bay Highway.
Miscellaneous:
E-3465, intersection lighting, Swartz Bay to Ardwell Road, Patricia Bay
Highway.
Salmon Arm   Paving:
S-2266, Westwold section, Kamloops-Vernon Highway.
S-8566, bituminous seal-coat, Sicamous-Revelstoke section, Trans-Canada
Highway.
Skeena     Roads:
1360, Copper River to Usk, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1379, Mudftat Creek Overhead to Seaton, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1459, Terrace Bridge to Copper River, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
1616, Boulder Creek West to Hells Bells Creek, Northern Trans-Provincial
Highway.
1617, Hells Bells Creek to Lot 5181, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
Paving:
S-6465, Telkwa to Babine Lake Road, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
S-6665, Usk to Lot 5181, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
S-6666, Carnaby to Skeena Crossing and New Hazelton to Hazelton, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway and Hazelton High Level Road.
Bridges:
527, Kleanza (Gold) Creek Bridge, Northern Trans-Provincial Highway.
529,  Moricetown  Overhead   and  Trout  Creek  Bridges,   Northern  Trans-
Provincial Highway.
South Peace River  Roads:
1489, Willow Flats to Coyote Creek, John Hart-Peace River Highway.
1490, Hudson  Hope  to   Chetwynd,   Section  2,   Hudson  Hope-Chetwynd
Highway.
1491, Hudson  Hope  to  Chetwynd,   Section   3,   Hudson  Hope-Chetwynd
Highway.
Paving:
S-6764, South Peace River sections, John Hart-Peace River Highway and
Dawson Creek-Alberta Boundary Highway.
Vancouver-Point Grey - Paving:
S-0566, 41st Ave. to Imperial Road, South-west Marine Drive.
 C 128
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
MILEAGE AND TYPE OF SURFACE OF HIGHWAYS
STATEMENT AS AT MARCH 31, 1967, SHOWING MILEAGE OF PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS AND MILEAGE OF HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED
UNDER PART III OF THE HIGHWAY ACT.
(Figures for classified highways in bold type.)
Provincial
or
Classified
Surface Type
Electoral
District
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Total
(Miles)
93.35
6.65
23.20
2.73
88.77
1.00
324.20
3.13
0.80
155.33
364.58
10.38
179.00
503.20
	
 |	
97.30
3.68
13.82
2.10
113.22
     .1	
3.68
Classified....
5.15
39.39
101.14
3.77
108.38
3.14
38.47
78.61
166.86
3.84
146.56
27.75
12.04
44.54
38.53
0.60
31.18
0.60
5.83
558.86
317.73
34.73
1.19
1.052.18
Classified
4.37
1,086.77
0.35
45.91
996.05
...
75.25
10.77
2,308.40
4.09
5.82
	
7.06
0.88
103.97
Classified....
5.43
84.04
61.98
1.75
135.43
5.74
44.46
279.19
77.08
	
37.74
12.32
635.17
5.59
449.52
1.68
27.90
17.11
12.20
109.72
870.54
35.17
3.33
1.02
9.10
97.85
57.02
179.03
94.22
5.47
4.84
18.75
359.33
40.44
117.65
6.72
14.12
171.53
33.11
31.78
0.45
55.10
85.70
1.54
92.10
0.60
198.19
11.24
108.90
3.95
139.22
6.31
28.52
1.05
86.94
1.28
31.69
16.41
78.85
10.09
17.22
6.10
221.03
7.02
98.57
34.92
51.60
34.40
22.31
25.89
22.27
0.09
156.59
140.80
115.62
29.57
582.50
Provincial
Classified...
4.00
9.01
0.07
23.20
19.74
20.45
19.97
3.94
13.04
110.15
64.51
9.00
18.99
24.48
7.99
3.08
3.24
153.78
1.45
24.83
3.70
49.96
71.84
254.37
19.73
9.21
529.12
1.54
49.20
1.99
43.63
0.57
96.88
0.20
186.01
3.32
97.57
5.59
43.80
1.63
1.10
5.60
55.12
4.40
139.64
169.21
85.90
396.41
2.59
541.93
14.06
277.41
225.07
126.16
256.50
1,391.48
25.87
163.25
17.69
6.99
671.12
4.15
815.33
210.95
70.36
16.32
1,438.19
Provincial..
279.08
0.20
485.55
143.42
548.59
6.84
Lillooet (North)    .
Provincial..
271.82
91.72
77.72
5.41
177.54
0.16
222.40
29.16
139 67
27.42
70.99
0.27
13.29
5.24
33.92
421.66
14.92
4.29
15.93
412.77
Provincial..
0.50
81.70
218.91
	
94.72
1.86
15.82
634.54
110.10
7.35
316.61
109.51
31.12
665.91
42.27
Provincial..
527.40
4.15
0.12
0.02
608.30
	
13.00
944.20
Provincial..
1.40
23.83
1.31
	
 [..
1.05
Oak Bay	
 |	
2.83
58.03
3.72
88.50|
4.541
1
0.90
57.84
0.90
12.20
 I.
476.40
1.17
487.30
0.43
119.00
	
108.10
111.68
Classified....
60.40
 1
52.80
0.40
Classified
1
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STATEMENT AS AT MARCH 31, 1967, SHOWING MILEAGE
OF HIGHWAYS—Continued
Provincial
or
Classified
Surface Type
Electoral
District
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Total
(Miles)
36.31
9.73
83.51
4.22
74.90
14.43
1.35
34.09
117.67
13.51
230.37
18.39
78.67
1.95
110.18
8.45
78.45
21.07
172.80
12.43
0.54
0.97
7.89
0.21
107.95
3.70
255.84
0.58
108.90
3.85
7.43
27.37
183.12
Classified
13.43
23.61
0.25
44.73
1.81
5.11
21.53
49.01
6.20
131.80
0.50
1.80
37.31
32.35
5.81
438.43
Classified
Provincial-
Classified....
5.05
31.78
4.99
10.95
276.25
0.88
17.12
2.70
0.03
0.65
28.30
0.82
0.68
5.30
10.01
Classified...
Provincial..
Classified...
Provincial..
0.52
57.47
307.59
4.63
423.81
148.80
24.34
87.45
43.22
916.65
18.89
Provincial..
359.67
0.85
112.20
2.25
204.20
33.05
4.87
98.29
2.80
Skeena (West)	
Provincial..
5.00
7.07
5.71
20.53
260.69
10.70
112.70
1.80
19.24
4.79
...
128.75
75.70
599.80
22.87
499.69
1.33
	
280.90
	
152.50
970.52
2,095.65
18.55
...
0.54
Classified
Provincial..
1.84
  |
0.97
Vancouver-Point Grey....
2.45
 ]
..
12.18
	
Yale	
Provincial..
Classified....
175.72
4.59
98.62
3.96
242.14
335.24
	
2.87
	
854.59
8.55
Totals (miles)	
Provincial...
Classified....
-s),  Provin-
3.74
15.98
3,464.88
784.44
2,145.52
138.86
11,253.71
54.65
5,104.98|1,036.03
0.27J         3.73
3,095.09|26,103.95
5.43|   1,003.36
Grand   totals   (milt
19.72|4,249.32
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2,284.38
1                  1
11,308.36]5,105.25|1,039.76
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3,100.52|27,107.31
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CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
Under Part HI of the " Highway Act "
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities
33r
152r
Port Alberni Highway  	
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial
Secondary.
Arterial
Secondary.
Secondary.
Secondary-
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary-
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial    .
Arterial
Secondary.
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary.
Arterial—
Secondary-
Arterial    -
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial.	
Arterial
Secondary.
Secondary.
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary-
Arterial    .
Arterial
Arterial-	
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial   ..
Secondary.
1.80
1.60
0.30
0.52
316R
39b
270r
33b
152b
175b
32r
153r
3b
354r
257R
363R
364R
196b
281R
282R
119b
36r
125b
0.43
0.90
1.50
Yale Road                	
1.65
Island Highway _	
1.35
1.06
1.76
0.38
3.22
1.43
Cumberland Road, England Ave., and Fifth
St _	
1.10
Southern Trans-Canada Highway	
Alaska Highway, Alaska Ave., and Manse
Road
Eighth St	
Eighth St	
1.07
0.75
1.25
1.11
0.60
2.40
1.75
2.25
0.31
1.57
0.83
0.68
Enderby— 	
Vernon-Salmon Arm.—   —	
Cliff St	
0.16
Fernie
221r
341R
Southern Trans-Canada Highway 	
43r    Southern Trans-Canada Highway -	
Kamloops	
299r
413r
430R
43 lR
141b
165b
317R
318R
Trans-Canada Highway -	
South approach, Overlanders Bridge  	
Sixth Ave., Lansdowne St., and Victoria St.
West        	
	
0.68
Grandview Terrace — —
Abbott   St.,   Bernard  Ave.,   and   Glenmore
Drive —    	
Okanagan Highway (Harvey Ave. and Prid-
ham Cut-off) 	
3.21
1.51
0.18
2.38
1.00
1.10
3.00
0.35
2.00
2.00
1.45
0.65
2.66
3.02
0.89
4.79
0.17
319r
195b
370R
264R
265R
363R
444r
224R
242R
340r
355R
333R
373R
383R
359R
135b
240R
315R
75R
165R
57R
200R
116b
1.32
Kimberley	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway 	
Glover Road  _ 	
New McLellan Road   —	
Nicol St., Terminal Ave., and Fraser St	
Stewart Ave. and Brechin Road	
Brechin Road	
Trans-Canada Highway and interchanges. .   .
Nelson Bridge approach, Nelson Ave., Anderson St., Front St., Ward St., Silica St.,
Stanley St., and Hall Mines Road	
Government Road, Railway St., and Vernon
St  ____	
	
	
Okanagan Highway. - -	
Penticton-Naramata Road  	
Redford St. and Port Alberni Highway.	
Alberni Arterial Highway 	
5.50
1.25
1.70
3.70
3.80
2.59
3.93
	
Port Moody	
Lougheed Highway -	
loco-Port Moody -	
Barnet Highway   	
	
0.80
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HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31,  1967—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
City Municipalities—
Continued
Prince George	
276R
365R
386R
157b
178b
179b
122R
360R
429r
400r
401r
163b
144r
418r
417r
375r
127R
114b
149b
1r
17R
135r
272r
293R
376R
414R
415R
14b
22b
393R
394R
395R
188b
170r
171R
172R
213R
121b
8r
260r
344R
345R
62b
106b
103r
167R
201R
280R
378R
14b
115b
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   20th
Ave., and Victoria St 	
15th Ave. and Patricia Ave  	
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial—
Arterial...
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial—
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial ...
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Secondary-
Secondary.
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial ..._
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial   _
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
3.00
1.13
2.78
Fifth Ave. and Carney St -	
0.91
First Ave. and Cameron St -	
2.61
2.12
5.00
1.00
2.70
2.45
0.90
Shawatlans Road, Fredericks St., 11th Ave.,
Prince Rupert Blvd., and McBride St—	
Second Ave., Park Ave., part of Cemetery
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Trans-Canada Highway - - -	
Big Bend Highway   -    	
Victoria  Road,   McArthur  Ave.,   First   St.,
Railway Ave., and Fourth St.  	
Rossland-Paterson Highway, Columbia Ave.,
St. Paul St., Le Roi Ave., Schofield High-
	
1.35
2.65
1.05
3.65
0.97
2.30
Rossland-Sheep Lake Highway   .
Rossland Ave., Victoria St., Columbia River
Bridge,  Bailey  St.,   and  Southern  Trans-
Canada Highway   — - 	
Trans-Canada Highway  - 	
32nd St., 43rd Ave., and 27th St	
30th Ave., 30th St., and Coldstream Road .     .
Marine Drive, Washington Ave., and Campbell River Road	
Trans-Canada Highway (Kingsway)  	
Trail              	
	
0.78
White Rock	
3.12
104.36
25.47
District Municipalities
Burnaby _ 	
4.22
6.15
5.43
1.25
6.38
14.23
2.12
0.06
10.85
2.64
3.55
Grandview-Douglas Highway	
	
Barnet Highway -	
Trans-Canada Highway No. 401 and interchanges    - -    - 	
Simon Fraser University Access Highway
Simon   Fraser   University   Curtis   Extension
Road   -   	
	
Campbell River	
North Road (west half)	
Riverway (Marine Drive)—.   —-	
Island Highway and Discovery Crescent	
1.40
3.30
Buttle Lake Road 	
1.90
West Saanich Road - 	
Scott Road and portion of Mount Newton
4.55
1.60
0.77
4.30
13.84
1.00
15.32
1.82
9.00
0.40
1.55
6.06
6.47
Patricia Bay Highway	
2.00
Chilliwhack 	
Trans-Canada Highway (Yale Road)	
Mount Baker Trail - -	
Trans-Canada Highway — —-  	
Sardis Road and Yale Road    - 	
3.26
Cultus Lake Road— _	
Monashee Road (White Valley) 	
Brunette St   	
0.88
Lougheed Highway.. -	
Trans-Canada Highway No. 401   and interchanges. —  	
North Road (east half) -	
1.40
Clarke Road _ -
1.05
 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS C 133
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
District Municipalities—
Continued
349R
350R
351R
352R
353R
204R
126b
76r
377r
423R
424R
425R
160r
290r
330R
331R
158b
277r
77r
259R
262R
368R
380R
445R
436R
22r
407R
73b
164b
12r
337r
356r
422R
186b
23r
77b
96b
168r
247r
248r
249R
36b
169b
410r
411r
412r
416r
449R
193b
157r
328R
199b
162b
197b
367r
21r
74b
75b
78b
79b
92b
Arterial
Arterial.	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial ....
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial __.
Arterial —
Arterial
Arterial ~~
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial.—
Arterial .—
Arterial
Arterial..
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial _
Arterial —
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial
Arterial.—
Arterial
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial...
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial _
Arterial .
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
6.43
2.84
9.30
4.92
9.09
1.00
0.78
0.78
22.00
13.80
4.00
2.37
4.00
20.61
2.85
4.04
6.00
11.00
2.70
20.42
3.12
12.70
12.46
0.24
5.27
1.19
8.59
3.60
9.10
12.10
2.50
4.20
3.30
4:27
5.60
1.50
0.44
0.74
5.71
3.81
7.00
3.23
Esquimau	
Hudson Hope-Gold Bar Road No. 102  	
Kent
Glover Road 	
Trans-Canada Highway No. 401 and inter-
10.80
1.80
Matsqui    ___'_	
Fern Crescent Road	
2 65
Lougheed Highway	
15 50
2 00
Mount Sicker Road, Chemainus Road, Crof-
Quamichan Lake Road	
4.25
4 90
Canora Road, Telsen Ave., and East Saan-
McTavish Road            	
2 20
Main   St.,   Dollarton   Highway,   and   Deep
Cove Road _	
Trans-Canada Highway and interchanges	
Willingdon Ave. and Keith Road..	
Cadboro Bay Road_	
Cedar Hill Cross Road and Gordon Head
Road  	
Oak Bay-	
2.38
2.10
1.63
Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk Road)„.
Harris Road	
1.70
0 90
Harris Road _	
1 90
McNeil Road	
2 00
Old Dewdney Trunk Road 	
3.50
 C 134
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
District Municipalities—
Continued
Powell River	
Richmond .
Saanich .
Salmon Arm _~
Spallumcheen _
Squamish	
Sumas .
Summerland..
Surrey	
Terrace -
West Vancouver ..
Town Municipalities
Castlegar-	
Creston  	
Fort St. John	
245R
397R
143b
66r
295R
301R
343R
174R
212R
228R
148b
154b
156b
198b
205b
304r
325r
326r
24b
271R
153b
171b
399R
406r
426r
191b
192b
342r
381R
402r
403r
202b
238R
142b
13r
114r
125R
139r
269r
314r
371R
379r
384r
385R
150b
151b
182b
362r
155b
89r
250r
289R
329R
372R
112r
369r
279r
361r
396R
Marine Ave., Ocean View Ave., Second St.,
Poplar Ave., First St., and Lund Highway-
Wharf St	
Fourth St  	
No. 5 Road 	
Sea Island Highway	
Deas Tunnel T_iroughway~
Westminster Highway	
West Saanich Road	
Patricia Bay Highway	
Trans-Canada Highway	
Tillicum Road	
Gorge Road  	
Quadra St._
Gordon Head Road and Ruby Road..
McKenzie Ave _ 	
Salmon Arm-Grand Prairie Road—
Trans-Canada Highway-
Okanagan Highway (No. 97b)_
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Okanagan Highway	
Pleasant Valley Highway-
Armstrong-Salmon River Highway-
Darrell Bay Road  	
Alice Lake Road   	
Garibaldi Highway   	
Squamish Valley Road-
Mamquam (Garibaldi Park) Road	
McCallum Road  	
Trans-Canada Highway No. 401  and interchanges   	
Barrowtown Road  	
[ Abbotsford-Huntingdon Highway ~
i No. 3 Road 	
j Okanagan Highway	
I Peach Orchard Road	
J Pacific Highway  _ —	
I Campbell River Road	
j New McLellan Road   	
| Scott Road	
j Beaubien Road-
Old Yale Road and Bridge Road 	
Deas Tunnel Throughway and interchanges	
Trans-Canada Highway No. 401  and inter-
changes.
King George VI Highway..
Fraser Highway  —
Campbell River Road-
Marine Drive, Stevenson Road.
152nd St. (Johnston Road)-
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Kalum Lake Road	
Marine Drive addition	
Taylor Way-
Horseshoe Bay-Squamish Highway-
Trans-Canada Highway	
Marine Drive _ _ _	
Kinnaird-Nelson Highway (No. 3a )_
Southern Trans-Canada Highway	
MacKenzie St 	
Alaska Highway	
Centre Ave  	
Arterial—.
Arterial...
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial....
Arterial ....
Arterial —
Arterial —_
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial.-
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial....
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial....
Arterial _
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial
Arterial ....
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial _
Secondary
Arterial ....
Arterial _.
Arterial __
Arterial __
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial _.
Arterial
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial ...
Arterial _
Arterial....
Arterial ..
Arterial...
Arterial...
Arterial —
Arterial—
Arterial —
Arterial —
9.50
0.09
2-54
1.20
6.23
6.45
5.60
7.20
2.40
6.20
8.75
3.42
13.50
0.20
0.36
19.95
0.99
16.85
1.25
2.92
7:65
9.55
1.00
6.75
7.04
2.77
0.75
14.25
14.02
16.79
8.75
4.20
0.10
0.70
3.30
9.46
0.15
609.59
1.45
1.68
2.13
1.02
1.50
1.70
0.09
1.70
3.20
,1.25
2.85
4.20
2.25
7.35
2.51
2.96
1.90
2.65
1.50
5.75
1.50
2.25
123.15
 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
C 135
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
Town Municipalities—
Continued
179R
180R
159b
160b
335R
176b
73r
IOIr
102r
130b
24r
25r
93b
97b
283R
284R
321r
286R
287R
361R
292R
388R
389R
390r
194b
50r
58b
306r
307r
Arterial....
Arterial...
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial....
Arterial -
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial _
Arterial .
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial _.
Arterial	
Arterial —.
Arterial...
Arterial...
Arterial _.
Arterial	
Arterial _
Arterial...
Secondary
Arterial ....
Secondary
Arterial...
Arterial ...
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial...
Arterial ...
Arterial —
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial _.
Arterial —
Arterial _
Secondary
Arterial -
Secondary
Arterial...
Arterial —
Secondary
1.65
1.05
3.05
1.00
1.51
1.21
0.56
1.40
0.47
0.79
1.56
0.94
0.98
2.45
0.18
1.88
1.04
0.33
1.45
loo
0.80
1.12
Kawkawa Lake Road	
0.32
0.13
0.90
Voght St.            -
0.50
Mission City   ..
Abbotsford-Mission Road (Home Ave. and
Harbour St.)- 	
Lougheed Highway (Dewdney Trunk Road) _
0.70
0.50
Eighth St. -              	
Quesnel 	
Fraser West Road  _ 	
Lochside Drive and Fifth St	
	
Fifth   St.,   Malaview  Ave.,   and   Resthaven
1.78
Hudson Bay Mountain Road -	
1.35
308R
Oliver St  	
346R
5r
llR
336R
198R
296R
297R
29 8r
105b
107b
187b
387R
391R
234R
166b
35b
189b
254r
446r
Alaska Highway -	
Trans-Provincial Highway (Yale Road) (via
Essendene Ave. and West Railway St.)
Abbotsford-Mission.—    	
McCallum Road—    - -  	
Brink St., Fourth St., and Railway Ave	
34.20
6.18
Village Municipalities
0.56
0.50
0.33
0.23
1.00
0.90
0.31
0.53
1.28
0.34
1.14
1.70
1.54
1.85
1.12
1.28
1.52
	
Burns Lake-Babine Road 	
Fifth Ave., Third Ave., and portion of Main
Road   -   	
Mill Road -	
0.42
0.47
Clinton	
Black Bear Road	
Cariboo Highway   	
0.33
Comox —      -
Comox Ave. and Anderton Road 	
Comox  Ave.,  Stewart  St.,   Balmoral  Ave.,
1.40
0.21
Cumberland 	
Courtenay-Cumberland Road (Fourth St.) —
Fort St. James .  	
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road and Fort St.
Fruitvale  	
202r
129b
164r
Trail-Salmo-Nelson Highway —
0 80
120b j Gower Point Road 	
322r 1 Trans-Canada Highway_	
323r 1 Kootenay-Columbia Highway	
0.88
185b
1
Big Bend Highway (10th Ave. North-east)
1.04
 C 136
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967—Continued
Name of
Municipality
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Arterial    Secondary
Village Municipalities—
Continued
Harrison Hot Springs	
Houston	
Invermere	
Kaslo  	
161r
266R
189R
450R
Chetwynd _
Keremeos .
Kinnaird —
Lake Cowichan..
Lillooet _
Lumby—
Lytton-
Marysville _
Masset	
427R
428R
438R
439R
181R
98R
99r
116r
261r
147b
106r
107R
10 8R
236R
339r
409R
Harrison Hot Springs Road and Lillooet Ave.
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Waterway Drive, Third St., and Bruce Ave—
Balfour-Revelstoke   Highway,   Fourth   St.,
"A"  Ave.,  Washington St.,  and Kaslo-
New Denver Highway
John Hart-Peace River Highway	
Chetwynd-Hudson Hope Highway	
Southern Trans-Canada Highway No. 3	
Southern Trans-Canada Highway No. 3a_.
Southern Trans-Canada Highway _
Cowichan Lake Road and North Shore Road
South Shore Road	
Main St. and Main St. South _
Vernon St. (Slocan Highway)..
Shuswap Ave..
Trans-Canada Highway-
Main St — _	
I
Sixth and Fraser Sts 	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway  	
Wilson St., Burgess Ave., and road to Tow
Hill— _ _. 	
Harrison Ave., Collison Ave., Delkatla St.,
Hodges Ave.,  Delkatla Causeway,  Shore
Road  and  Queen  Charlotte  City-Masset
Road    _ 	
McBride...
Montrose _
Nakusp —
Natal ..
New Denver	
100 Mile House ..
Oliver	
Osoyoos.
Parksville .
Pemberton _
Pouce Coupe..
Princeton	
Qualicum Beach.
Salmo-
Salmon Arm..
Sechelt.
Silverton..
Slocan 	
Sparwood.
Stewart	
Taylor	
220R
264r
404r
405R
382R
291R
408R
190b
115R
118b
145R
137b
176R
177R
419r
420r
421R
83r
433R
434R
203b
204b
94r
154R
435R
230R
231R
197R
23b
80b
244R
320R
443R
437R
392R
442R
334R
161b
First Ave. and Main St 	
Trail-Salmo-Nelson Highway  	
Vernon-Slocan Highway and Nelson Ave	
Broadway   St.,   Lake   Ave.,   and  Nakusp-
Arrowhead Highway
Southern Trans-Canada Highway  (Northern
Ave.)  	
Slocan Valley-Nakusp Highway	
Sixth Ave. and Victoria St	
Cariboo Highway_
Mile 100-Roe Lake Road .
Okanagan St  	
Fairview Road	
Main St., First Ave., and Lakeshore Drive-
Fourth Ave	
Island Highway-
Port Alberni Highway ~
i Garibaldi Highway...
Pemberton Portage Road	
[ Pemberton Meadows Road 	
I Arterial Highway, Pouce Coupe ....
| Southern Trans-Canada Highway..
j Princeton-Merritt Highway	
| Bridge St..
Tulameen Road	
Island Highway  _
Jones St., Second Ave.,
tion Road	
Main St., and Sta-
Island Highway (QualicumBeach Div.)..
Salmo-Fruitvale Road  	
Nelson-Nelway Road  _. 	
Trans-Canada Highway	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Salmon Arm-Enderby	
Porpoise Bay Road _
Sunshine Coast Highway-
Lake Ave   	
Vernon-Slocan Highway	
Southern Trans-Canada Highway..
| Stewart-Watson Lake Highway.	
[ Alaska Highway-
Arterial .
Arterial ..
Arterial.
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial	
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial —
Arterial „„
Arterial —
Arterial
Arterial.
Arterial.
Arterial.
Arterial.
Taylor-Peaceview Road.
Arterial.._
Arterial —
Arterial __
Arterial —
Arterial __
Secondary
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial —
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial _
Arterial _
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial —
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial —
Arterial _
Arterial —
Arterial _.
Secondary
Secondary
Arterial	
Arterial —
Arterial ...
Arterial _.
Arterial —
Arterial...
Arterial —
Secondary
2.64
0.80
1.75
1.86
2.15
0.87
1.24
0.51
2.86
1.44
1.12
1.29
1.65
0.30
0.60
0.28
1.45
1.00
2.70
0.64
1.00
1.09
1.17
1.60
0.91
0.44
0.82
(MM
1.22
"2.15
0.76
0.38
0.83
0.23
0.43
1.41
0.61
3.26
1.60
1.59
0.78
0.65
0.87
0.65
0.98
0.59
0.78
0.39
3.68
1.59
1.25
0.35
0.66
0.75
0.40
0.96
0.69
0.21
0.95
 CLASSIFICATION OF HIGHWAYS
C 137
STATEMENT SHOWING HIGHWAYS CLASSIFIED AS AT
MARCH 31, 1967—Continued
Name of
Ref.
No.
Name of Highway
How
Classified
Approximate Mileage
Municipality
Arterial
Secondary
Village Municipalities—
Continued
440R
136B
86R
192R
332R
232R
233R
180B
205R
206R
196R
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway-	
Arterial
Secondary
Arterial —
Arterial	
Arterial.—
Arterial	
Arterial—
Secondary
Arterial
Arterial
Arterial
1.43
i.17
1.13
1.36
1.23
0.95
0.68
1.13
1.00
1.00
Tofino-Ucluelet Road	
Ucluelet	
Valemount	
Vanderhoof	
North Thompson Highway	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway	
Fort St. James Highway 	
0.37
Warfield _	
Zeballos    _.
Southern Trans-Canada Highway	
Trail-Salmo-Nelson Highway—	
86.66
13.75
City municipalities 	
District municipalities
Town municipalities —
Village municipalities .
Totals
Summary
Approximate Mileage
Arterial Secondary
.. 104.36 25.47
.. 609.59 123.15
..    34.20 6.18
..    86.66 13.75
834.81
Deduct for duplicate mileage—■
Scott Road in Delta and Surrey District Municipalities       4.92
Lougheed Highway in City of Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam
District Municipality         0.60
North Road in Burnaby and Coquitlam District Municipalities._    	
Cedar Valley Road in Mission District Municipality and Mission
City Town Municipality   	
McCallum Road in Matsqui and Sumas District Municipalities
and Village of Abbotsford  _        1.19
168.55
1.40
0.50
Totals
828.10
166.65
 C 138
HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
SNOW REMOVAL, FISCAL YEAR 1966/67
STATEMENT OF MILES KEPT OPEN AND TOTAL COSTS
Electoral District
Alberni 	
Atlin  (North)   	
Atlin  (South)  	
Burnaby 	
Cariboo  (North)  _
Cariboo  (South)  	
Chilliwack 	
Columbia 	
Comox   _.
Comox (South) 	
Cowichan-Newcastle
Cranbrook 	
Delta 	
Dewdney (East) .
Dewdney (West)
Esquimau 	
Fernie 	
Fort George
Grand Forks-Greenwood
Kamloops 	
Kaslo-Slocan 	
Lillooet  (North)  	
Lillooet (South) 	
Mackenzie   _
Nanaimo-Islands 	
Nelson-Creston 	
North Okanagan __	
North Peace River 	
North Vancouver 	
Omineca (East)   	
Omineca (West) 	
Prince Rupert 	
Revelstoke 	
Rossland-Trail  	
Saanich 	
Salmon Arm _ _	
Similkameen   	
Skeena (East)   	
Skeena (West)   	
South Okanagan 	
South Peace River 	
Vancouver-Point Grey
Yale  	
Miles Kept
Open by Plough
(or Attempted)
280.00
349.40
38.48
39.83
....    1,012.00
.._    1,605.00
152.73
508.80
905.71
33.00
263.00
447.40
182,61
151.51
51.91
470.95
385.60
_ 1,010.48
510.47
— 1,197.48
548.59
863.96
220.84
180.28
229,50
568.98
667.06
457.95
42.10
724.50
636.10
149.03
372.24
308.00
51.62
697.90
736.00
460.85
233.70
535.25
958.44
13.02
842.62
Totals
  20,094.89
Total Cost
$17,932.13
67,657.00
14,513.63
31,619.41
136,181.41
149,081.74
50,797.49
127,870.04
34,231.50
829.29
23,252.51
71,391.04
69,503.63
22,741.95
12,215.44
23,245.91
49,857.52
274,255.85
83,266.25
145,822.03
90,931.75
94,857.34
49,640.12
17,104.49
9,969.24
175,412.21
62,773.00
175,533.99
30,307.93
65,621.72
118,912.88
16,746.51
288,505.78
91,044.46
10,643.55
71,795.56
127,476.48
79,593.04
91,106.99
53,664.07
193,792.87
508.32
109,965.02
$3,432,173.09
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C 139
REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE
The volume of spending on roads, bridges, ferries, etc., for repairs, construction,
and reconstruction reached an all-time high during the fiscal year 1966/67, and
this is reflected in the graph and statements contained on the following pages. The
significant increase over the preceding year is brought about by an expenditure of
$13,204,933.69 for the construction and reconstruction of hydro-development highways, and while this amount was recoverable from the British Columbia Hydro and
Power Authority, same is included in the total gross expenditure of $111,657,448.08.
Again it is most satisfactory to report that the increased work load was handled
with no increase in staff, and those involved are to be commended for their excellent
co-operation and efforts on behalf of the Department.
A. E. Rhodes,
Comptroller of Expenditure.
J
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HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
HOW THE HIGHWAY DOLLAR IS SPENT
1. Administration and engineering.
2. Maintenance and operation.
3. Purchase of new equipment.
4. Capital construction—general and Trans-Canada Highway.
5. Mining-roads.
6. Capital miscellaneous (surveys, testing, etc.).
7. Hydro Development Highways.
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C 141
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, FISCAL YEAR 1966/67
Vote 155—
Roads _
Bridges.
Ferries .
SUMMARY
Maintenance
Snow removal	
Machinery Account (repairs, fuel, etc.).
Gravel-crushing 	
$11,822,607.12
2,450,725.06
2,247,026.12
3,303,349.88
6,499,349.73
526,155.26
Vote 159—Highways within Municipal Limits—
Local highways        $128,630.46
Arterial highways in cities with population in excess of 15,000  469,133.01
$26,849,213.17
Vote 156—Trans-Canada Highway-
Roads 	
Bridges 	
Surveys
Capital
Rights-of-way
Paving 	
$421,373
371,178
124,529
2,094,722
76,809
.82
88
71
,16
.57
Vote 157 (a)—General Highways—
Roads 	
Surveys
Legal surveys
Rights-of-way
Materials testing
Radio-telephone installation	
Bridge elimination	
Machinery rental and fuel   (day-labour
projects) 	
Slope seeding	
Secondary highways	
$41,933,784.
1,224,788,
213,429
1,396,997
659,882
194,391,
35,000,
2,000,000
233,300
388,185
04
23
52
95
26
12
00
00
00
11
Vote 157 (20—
Bridges (general) ....
Bridges (secondary)
Ferries 	
Ferry-landings 	
$5,069,898
34,673
34,957
15,480
22
.24
26
.45
Vote 157 (c)—Hard Surfacing	
Vote 158—Hydro-development Highways-
Roads 	
Bridges
Ferry-landings ...
Materials testing
Surveys 	
Vote 236—Construction of Mining-roads—t
Roads 	
Bridges
J10,165,647
2,532,834
11,426
346,941
148,083
.51
64
.62
.36
.56
Surveys
$871,904
654,603
2,308
.29
.41
.94
Gross total, maintenance and capital 	
Miscellaneous Votes
Vote 153—Minister's Office	
Vote 154—General Administration	
Vote 155—See under Maintenance, above.
Votes 156, 157 and 158—See under Capital, above.
Vote 159—See under Maintenance, above.
Vote 160—Vehicle Damage Claims	
597,763.47
3,088,614.14
48,279,758.23
5,155,009.17
7,040,751.91
13,204,933.69*
1,528,816.64
$105,744,860.42
$41,575.95
2,361,579.95
107,072.69
* This expenditure was fully recovered from the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
t The Public Accounts includes this vote under the Department of Mines and Petroleum Resources.
 C 142 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
SUMMARY—Continued
Miscellaneous Votes—Continued
Vote 16.1—Highway Signs, Signals, Traffic Control, Etc       $608,790.69
Vote 162—Grants and Subsidies  10,210.92
Vote 163—Purchase of New Equipment       2,666,418.88
Total, miscellaneous votes        $5,795,649.08
Special Warrant No. 25—Gold River to Muchalat Arm Access Road  116,938.58
Gross expenditure, Department of Highways  $111,657,448.08
Less credits—British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority       13,204,933.69
Net expenditure, Department of Highways     $98,452,514.39
Summary of Maintenance and Capital Expenditures for Roads, Bridges, Ferries,
Surveys, Rights-of-way, Surfacing, Etc
Electoral District Total
Alberni   $1,523,779.08
Atlin   1,940,980.12
Boundary-Similkameen   884,202.27
Buinaby-Edmonds   218,968.89
Burnaby North  222,409.98
Burnaby-Willingdon   207,653.83
Cariboo             3,046,745.07
Chilliwack   630,281.37
Columbia River  1,734,274.82
Comox    4,942,380.28
Coquitlam   282,619.82
Cowichan-Malahat   595,853.45
Delta  223,462.79
Dewdney     717,473.60
Esquimalt   1,055,062.33
Fort George   16,464,451.31
Kamloops  7,941,385.10
Kootenay  1,698,194.15
Langley   602,606.64
Mackenzie   702,701.02
Nanaimo   611,875.03
Nelson-Creston  2,193,925.96
New Westminster  1,480.04
North Okanagan   504,835.40
North Peace River  1,387,675.96
North Vancouver-Capilano   144,588.58
North Vancouver-Seymour  738,623.09
Oak Bay  Nil
Omineca   2,978,667.50
Prince Rupert  3,256,918.83
Revelstoke-SIocan    14,270,036.52
Richmond   608,976.72
Rossland-Trail   3,339,977.72
Saanich and the Islands  1,067,676.26
Shuswap   1,177,721.65
Skeena   2,841,582.3 3
South Okanagan  897,478.54
South Peace River  4,104,381.84
Surrey   499,884.32
Vancouver Centre   72.13
Vancouver East  24,656.92
Vancouver-Point Grey  614,272.09
West Vancouver-Howe Sound  3,634,171.26
Yale-Lillooet  1,925,029.31
Headquarters   13,401,805.08
Gross expenditures  $105,861,799.00*
* Includes Special Warrant No. 25, Gold River to Muchalat Arm Access Road.
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C 143
HEADQUARTERS
Roads generally (includes items for centre-line marking, leases, and other miscellaneous expenditures)  	
Bridges generally (miscellaneous expenditures) 	
Ferries generally (miscellaneous expenditures) 	
Machinery Account (repairs and fuel costs, etc.) 	
Arterial highways in cities with population in excess of 15,000	
Surveys (general surveys and supplies) 	
Bridges—
Bridge design, consulting engineers' fees, etc., Trans-Canada Highway
Bridges (Project No. 283) 	
Bridge design, consulting engineers' fees, etc., General Bridges (Project
No. 281) 	
Steel and precast stringer units, test-piles, etc. (Project No. 22) 	
Roads (general capital items)—
Materials testing (general)
Materials testing (hydro-development projects) *_
Radio-telephone installations
Slope seeding (various areas)
Machinery rental and fuel (day-labour projects) 	
Surfacing—
Paving generally (wages, general expenses, supplies, etc.)
Laboratory supplies	
Survey investigations
Pulvimixing generally _.
Total, Headquarters
{1,350,187.71
236,771.37
34,172.19
6,499,349.73
469,133.01
296,450.67
197,457.80
416,228.56
139,242.22
659,882.26
346,941.36
194,391.12
233,300.00
2,000,000.00
130,458.26
3,682.51
156,609.84
37,546.47
$13,401,805.08
* Credits received from British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority to cover this expenditure.
ALBERNI DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1635)—
Cherry Creek, reconstruct, 0.5 mile _
Burde, pave, 0.25 mile 	
Kitsuksus, reconstruct, 0.2 mile	
Bell, reconstruct, 0.6 mile	
Clayoquot, reconstruct, 0.5 mile	
Bamfield, reconstruct, 0.25 mile	
$19,000.00
5,000.00
4,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
4,000.00
Port Albion  Indian  Reserve  Road,  reconstruct,  0.5  mile
(Project No. 1728) 	
Alberni-Tofino,   Kennedy  Lake  easterly,   reconstruct,   22
miles (Project No. 1603) 	
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1638)—
Grafton Avenue, reconstruct, 0.97 mile	
Hilliers Road, recap, 1.1 miles .
Island Highway, shoulder widening, random
lengths 	
Arterial Highway 176r, shoulder widening, 1
mile 	
Swayne Road, reconstruct, 1.72 miles	
Sundry roads, slashing	
$1,805.50
1,897.42
2,039.39
3,322.91
144.90
387.46
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges	
Maintenance and operation of ferries
Snow removal	
$38,000.00
35,000.00
1,000,000.00
9,597.58
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)-
Village of Qualicum Beach	
Village of Tofino
Village of Ucluelet
$4,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
$1,082,597.58
238,603.29
19,124.36
45,600.00
22,109.52
14,000.00
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ALBERNI DISTRICT—Continued
Surveys (general)—
Alberni-Cumberland {see also Comox) (Project No. 1693) $1,210.50
Alberni-Tofino (Project No. 1693)   56,349.50
Gold River Access (Project No. 1693)   40,796.37
River Road, Alberni, Kitsuksus  Creek to Somass  River
(Project No. 1693)   2,714.67
Legal surveys—
Right-of-way through part of Lot 1, District Lot 1, Plan
15070, Alberni District, Gertrude Street (Project No.
1694)   $130.32
Faber Road through part of District Lot 120, Alberni District (Project No. 1694)   542.97
$101,071.04
673.29
Total, Alberni District     $1,523,779.08
ATLIN DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1673)—
Atlin Highway (No. 2), improvements         $1,473.54
Cassiar Mine Road (No. 10), spot gravelling 1,200.47
Telegraph Creek Road (No. 51), improvements            2,094.79
Stewart-Watson Lake Highway (No. 31), reconstruct   15,231.20
$20,000.00
Day labour — roads —■ Kitsault River Road, widen and regravel
1 mile plus rechannelization in two locations of the river
(Project No. 1674)   5,000.00
         $25,000.00
Day labour—bridge elimination—Stewart-Hyder No. 3 Bridge, eliminated with
a gravel fill, 0.5 mile of Stewart-Hyder Road reconstructed as approaches
to fill (Project No. 1692)   35,000.00
Maintenance of roads  172,482.23
Maintenance of bridges  23,499.75
Maintenance and operation of ferries  9,000.00
Snow removal  82,171.54
Surveys (mining-roads)—Cassiar-Stewart Highway (Project No. 775)   2,308.94
Roads (mining-roads)—
Cassiar-Stewart Highway, Strohn Creek—Bell-Irving River
section (Project No. 1138)        $44,049.33
Cassiar-Stewart    Highway,    Eddontenajon    Lake-Burrage
River section (Project No. 1214)   469.00
Cassiar-Stewart Highway, Burrage River-Ningunsaw River
section (Project No. 1391)        827,385.96
871,904.29
Bridges (general)—Stewart-Hyder Bridge No. 2, Stewart-Hyder Road (Project
No. 532)   65,009.96
Bridges (mining-roads)—
Bell-Irving River Bridge No. 1 (Project No. 515)      $298,974.24
Bell-Irving River Bridge No. 2 (Project No. 590)        355,629.17
654,603.41
Total, Atlin District     $1,940,980.12
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BOUNDARY-SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1655)—■
Black Sage Road, reconstruct, 4 miles  $16,000.00
Sundry roads, sand seal, 4.8 miles  4,000.00
Ashnola Road, regravel, 7 miles  5,000.00
Orchard roads, road-mix paving, 15.6 miles  11,000.00
Fairview Road, reconstruct, prepare for paving, 1.1 miles  4,000.00
Green Mountain Road, paving, 7.6 miles  25,000.00
       $65,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1660)—
Rock Creek-Kelowna (No. 44), reconstruct,
4.55 miles        $74,000.00
Alpine Inn-Texas Point  (No.  49),  Valley
Roads South (No. 72), Cascade High
Road (No. 86), Christina Lake (Nos. 17
and 17a), penetration seal paving and
bituminous seal-coat, 5.84 miles  4,000.00
Kettle Valley South (No. 112), Valley Roads
South (No. 72), penetration seal paving
and bituminous seal-coat, 6.57 miles  8,000.00
Kettle River Main (No. 43), reconstruct, 6.10
miles   19,000.00
        105,000.00
       $170,000.00
Maintenance of roads  402,257.11
Maintenance of bridges  59,142.59
Snow removal  119,469.29
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—Village of Keremeos  4,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Hedley-Stirling Creek Bridge (Project No. 1693)        $16,819.89
Keremeos East Entrance (Project No. 1693)   7,402.95
Legal surveys—
North boundary of South-west quarter of Section 3, Township 52, to south boundary of Lot 244 (Project No.
1694)           $ 1,237.79
Okanagan Highway,  Waterman  Hill to  Okanagan  Falls
(Project No. 1694)   48.51
Okanagan flood control re survey of Block A in District
Lot 219 (S.), S.D.Y.D. (Project No. 1694)   190.82
Princeton  By-pass  and  C.P.R.   right-of-way   (Project  No.
1694)     159.78
Princeton-Summerland Road, No. 40, through District Lot
1193 (Project No. 1694)   1,090.22
South boundary of Lot 2075 to south boundary of Lot
327 (S.) (Project No. 1694)   4,547.87
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, north boundary of Lot
561 to south boundary of Lot 632 (S.)   (Project No.
1694)   3,863.09
Rights-of-way (general)—
Highway No. 97, construction (Project No. 1695)          $2,500.00
Osoyoos-Richter   Pass   connection   (Project   No.    1695)
 (Credit) 1,150.00
Surfacing (general)—
Green Mountain Road, base processing       $15,322.65
Rock Creek-Kelowna Road, base processing         77,299.71
24,222.84
11,138.08
1,350.00
92,622.36
Total, Boundary-Similkameen District       $884,202.27
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BURNABY-EDMONDS DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1636)—
Kingsway (No. 1r), minor improvements  $181.60
Lougheed Highway (No. 17r), minor improvements   482.30
Grandview-Douglas (No. 135r), minor improvements  761.05
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 376r), minor improvements  751.59
  $2,176.54
Maintenance of roads  49,428.52
Maintenance of bridges  1,075.67
Snow removal  13,777.77
Surveys (general)—North Road, Brunette Creek to Lougheed Highway (Project
No. 1693)   2,234.21
Rights-of-way (general)—
Cariboo Road, Burnaby (Project No. 1695)  $125.00
Simon  Fraser   University  project   (Stormont   Interchange
system)  (Project No. 1695)         145,986.06
BURNABY NORTH DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1636)—
Lougheed Highway (No. 17r), minor improvements   $1,446.88
Barnet Highway (No. 293r), minor improvements  1,335.25
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 375r), minor improvements  884.07
Curtis extension (No. 415r), minor improvements  248.43
$3,914.63
Simon Fraser University Access (Curtis Street), construction of access roads (Project No. 1462)         132,834.19
146,111.06
Construction—roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination,
Highways Nos. 401 and 499 {see also Burnaby-Willingdon, Chilliwack,
Coquitlam, Delta, Langley Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver East) (Project E 3265)  4,165.12
Total, Burnaby-Edmonds District       $218,968.89
$136,748.82
Maintenance of roads  50,660.46
Maintenance of bridges  388.98
Snow removal  11,983.02
Surveys (general)—
North Road (four lanes), Lougheed Highway to Clark Road
Project No. 1693)   $2,888.00
Simon Fraser University access roads (Project No. 1693)  3,016.14
Simon Fraser University building area (Project No. 1693)  9.20
5,913.34
Legal surveys—Hastings Street East, replacing monument (Project No. 1694)— 205.20
Rights-of-way (general)—
Barnet Highway, widening (Project No. 1695)   $1,400.00
Hastings to Barnet Highway (Project No. 1695)   258.25
1,658.25
Construction—
Bridges (general)—Lake City Overhead, Simon Fraser University (Project
No. 544)   689.15
Surfacing (general)—Simon Fraser University Access Road, Contract No.
2 (Project S-0865-2)   14,162.76
Total, Burnaby North District        $222,409.98
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C 147
BURNABY-WILLINGDON DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1620)—
Brunette Street (No. 167r), curb and gutter
Willingdon Avenue, curb and gutter	
$93,931.95
16,239.42
$110,171.37
Kingsway (No. 1r), minor improvements (Project No. 1636) 286.44
Grandview-Douglas (No. 135r), minor improvements (Project No. 1636)             1,643.67
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 376r), minor improvements — 4,478.72
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges
Snow removal	
Legal surveys—Willingdon Avenue posting, Grandview to No. 401  (Project
No. 1694) 	
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—Vancouver to Fraser River, Burnaby-
Willingdon (Project No. 1705) 	
Rights-of-way (general)—-Willingdon Avenue widening (Project No. 1695)	
Construction—
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—Vancouver-Fraser River section (Contract No. 5) (see also Vancouver East) (Project No. 885-5)
Roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways
Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Chilliwack, Coquitlam,
Delta, Langley, Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver East (Project No.
E-3265)  	
Total, Burnaby-Willingdon District  	
CARIBOO DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1648)—•
Likely roads (No.15), gravel and road mix,
3 miles	
Chilcotin-Bella Coola Road (No. 20), gravel
and road mix, 3 miles	
Dog Creek Road (No. 37), gravel and road
mix, 2 miles	
Canim Lake Road (No. 318), gravel and road
mix, 9 miles	
Horsefly Road (No. 419), construct diversion,
Mile 24 to Mile 27.5 	
Canim Lake Road (No. 318), reconstruction
and realignment, Mile 25.65 to Mile
26.85 (Project No. 1716) 	
Barkerville,   reconstruction,   Mile   13.5   to   Mile
15.9, Mile 16.5 to Mile 18.9  (Project No.
1523)   	
Cariboo Highway, Strathnaver Slide (Project No.
1626)   	
Quesnel-Blackwater, reconstruct to pave, Mile 6
to Mile 7.5, Mile 2 to Mile 5.4 (Project No.
1664)   	
Fill failures (Project No. 1664) 	
$10,000.00
40,050.00
1,650.00
58,000.00
5,300.00
$115,000.00
70,000.00
$177,000.00
14,000.00
89,000.00
24,000.00
$185,000.00
304,000.00
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges	
Maintenance and operation of ferries
Snow removal
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)-
Town of Quesnel
Town of Williams Lake _._..
Village of 100 Mile House .
$8,000.00
4,000.00
4,000.00
$116,580.20
25,924.98
535.35
5,858.62
374.25
54.90
39,251.00
14,909.41
4,165.12
$207,653.83
$489,000.00
651,838.65
108,799.02
29,871.00
278,256.54
16,000.00
 C 148 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
CARIBOO DISTRICT—Continued
Surveys (general)—
Airport Hill at Quesnel (Project No. 1693)   $5,169.65
Barkerville Road (Project No. 1693)   85.00
Cariboo Highway, North Bonaparte to Clinton (Project No.
1693)     27,362.93
Clinton, curb and gutter (Project No. 1693)   5.00
Fraser River Bridge at Quesnel (Project No. 1693)   134.00
Mitchell Bridge relocation, No. 2 (Project No. 1693)   7,045.84
Quesnel-Barkerville Road (Project No. 1693)   16,973.58
Quesnel and West Quesnel, curb and gutter (Project No. 1693) 10.50
Williams Lake to Deep Creek (Project No. 1693)   5,393.28
Roads (general)—
Chilcotin Highway,  Sword  Creek section,  reconstruction
(Project No. 1368)       $232,483.22
Quesnel, curb, gutter, and storm drainage (Project No. 1607)      321,792.95
Surfacing (general)—
Cariboo Highway (No. 97), Lac la Hache camping-grounds
northerly (Mile 95.6 to Mile 111.8), Contract No. 2
(Project No. S-2364-2)       $426,941.90
Cariboo Highway, Clinton, Clinton Overhead to Cariboo
District boundary (Project No. S-2565)          51,288.41
Cariboo Highway, Clinton, curb and gutter and storm drainage (preparatory work) (Project No. 2766)   1,758.57
Canim Lake Road to 100 Mile House, base processing  44,068.25
Horsefly-Likely, South Lakeside, Chilcotin Road, Dog Creek
Road, base processing         28,579.03
Hydraulic Road, Quesnel, base processing   2,756.07
Lillooet-Cache Creek, base processing         21,301.16
Red Bluff Road, base processing   4,076.80
$62,179.78
Legal surveys—
Canim Lake Road (No. 318), 100 Mile House to north
boundary of District Lot 4176 (Project No. 1694)   $939.63
Cariboo Highway, widening, Lot 964 to Lot 4175 (Project
No. 1694)  9,533.37
Cariboo Highway, widening in District Lot 3200 (Project
No. 1694)  190.20
Cariboo Highway, widening in District Lots 3951 and 3951a
(Project No. 1694)   276.00
Mercer Gravel Pit to District Lot 2144, Lillooet District
(Project No. 1694)   588.25
Plan of subdivision of gravel-pit site and Paradise Road in
Lot 8635 (Project No. 1694)   1,059.00
  12,586.45
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway) — Cache Creek Interchange (Project
No. 1705)   26,259.50
Rights-of-way (general)—
Canim Lake Road (Project No. 1695)   $3,860.15
Cariboo Highway at Alexandria (Project No. 1695)   5,000.00
Cariboo Highway, Clinton, curb and gutter (Project No. 1695) 1,752.35
Chilcotin-Cariboo Highway Intersection (Project No. 1695) 4,140.00
East Quesnel Bridge approach (Project No. 1695)   196,456.77
Quesnel, curb and gutter (Project No. 1695)   25,698.50
236,907.77
554,276.17
580,770.19
Total, Cariboo District     $3,046,745.07
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 149
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1637)—
Chilliwack Lake Road  (No. 4), road-mix pavement, 2.4
miles, and recap, 1.6 miles         $17,191.41
Columbia Valley Road (No. 6), pave, 1 mile  3,808.59
  $21,000.00
Maintenance of roads  130,294.25
Maintenance of bridges  15,772.17
Snow removal  28,978.45
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—
Township of Chilliwhack, sundry roads  $5,000.00
District of Sumas, sundry roads   6,000.00
District of Matsqui, sundry roads  6,000.00
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Frontage road (Project No. 1704) and Evans Road Overpass $1,375.40
Lickman Road Interchange (Project No. 1704)   2,083.61
Prest Road Overpass to No. 9 Interchange (Project No. 1704) 14,982.28
Interchanges, McDermott to Atkinson (Project No.  1704) 1,714.53
Overpass at Ford Road (Project No. 1704)   490.00
Surveys (general)—
Abbotsford-Mission (Project No. 1693)   $11,711.33
Chilliwack, curb and gutter (Project No. 1693)   5,605.07
Frontage road (Project No. 1693)   44.35
Matsqui, curb and gutter (Project No. 1693)   6,131.55
Legal surveys—
Agassiz-Rosedale Highway, widening in Section 6, Township 3, Plan 1985 (Project No. 1694)   $214.72
Highway No. 9, widening in South-west Quarter of Section 6,
Township 3, Range 28, west of the 6th meridian, Plan
11755 (Project No. 1694)   131.90
McCallum Road right-of-way, Abbotsford, defining encroachment for acquisition (Project No. 1694)   413.50
Plan of subdivision, part of West Half of Legal Subdivision
4, Section 15, Township 22, N.W.D., gravel-pit site
(Project No. 1694)   544.45
17,000.00
20,645.82
23,492.30
1,304.57
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Abbotsford to Vedder (Project No. 1705)  .  $463.96
Chilliwack By-pass (Project No. 1705)   29.34
Intersection of Clearbrook Road and Trans-Canada Highway (Project No. 1705)   16,000.00
Lickman Road Interchange (Project No. 1705)   98,772.45
  115,265.75
Rights-of-way (general)—McCallum Road widening (Project No. 1695)   1,147.00
Construction—
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Lickman Interchange (Project No. 1678)       $237,305.99
Installation of cat's eyes between " C " Street and Bridal
Falls (Project No. 1703)   15,992.51
         253,298.50
Roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways
Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willingdon,
Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver East)
(Project No. E-3265)   2,082.56
Total, Chilliwack District         $630,281.37
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COLUMBIA RIVER DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1657)—
Approach roads from Trans-Canada Highway to Golden-
Donald Upper, general improvements and road mixing
Approach to side roads from Trans-Canada Highway to
Golden - Donald  Upper,   general   improvements   and
road mixing 	
Approach  roads  to  Windermere  Subdivision,   gravel   and
road-mix pave	
Brisco Road, improve and gravel	
Canyon Creek Road, widen, ditch, and gravel	
Edgewater streets, gravel and road-mix pave 	
Forester's Landing Road, gravel and road-mix pave	
Galena School Road, improve and gravel 	
Green East Road (J2 Ranch Road), general improvements
and gravel	
Habart Subdivision roads, improve and gravel	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, major patching 	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, weed and brush control	
Toby Creek Road, widen and general improvements 	
Trans-Canada Highway, paint guard-rail	
Trans-Canada Highway, weed and brush control 	
Trans-Canada Highway  (Kicking Horse section),  general
improvements, 9 miles	
Westside Road (south of Invermere), widen and general
improvements 	
Windermere streets, gravel and road-mix pave	
Third Avenue, Athalmer, improve and road-mix pave	
Big Bend Highway (Donald-Bush River section), gravel,
ditch, and widen, install culverts (Project No. 1598) 	
Maintenance of roads _
Maintenance of bridges
Snow removal	
$5,900.00
8,300.00
8,300.00
1,300.00
1,500.00
2,100.00
5,600.00
1,700.00
4,200.00
2,400.00
4,000.00
4,400.00
12,700.00
2,800.00
4,600.00
7,000.00
4,430.50
10,600.00
1,600.00
$93,430.50
141,037.31
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—Village of Invermere
Legal surveys—
East boundary of Lot 2580 to north boundary of Lot 486
and to Kootenay Park Gate (Project No. 1694)
Trans-Canada Highway right-of-way through part of Legal
Subdivision 3, Section 18, Township 27, Range 21,
west of 5th meridian (Project No. 1694)	
Rights-of-way (general)—
Construction of Golden Access (Project No. 1695)	
Kootenay-Columbia Highway, reconstruction, McMurdo-
Golden section (Project No. 1695) 	
,033.30
456.60
$709.35
17,586.12
$234,467.81
184,511.74
43,450.89
127,870.04
4,000.00
Construction—
Roads (general)—Golden-McMurdo section (Project No. 1548) 	
Bridges (Trans-Canada Highway)—Yoho Bridge revision (Project No. 421)
Bridges   (general)—Kootenay-Columbia   Highway,   Canal   Flats   Bridge
(Project No. 476) 	
Total, Columbia River District	
8,489.90
18,295.47
1,072,627.84
38,803.25
1,757.88
$1,734,274.82
COMOX DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1638)-
Anton Road, pave, 0.04 mile .
Cheviot Road, reconstruct, 0.14 mile	
Condensery Road, reconstruct, 0.50 mile
East Road, reconstruct, 1.87 miles	
Endall Road, gravel, 1.87 miles _
Green Road, construct and pave, 1.74 miles
Hardy Road, reconstruct, 1.55 miles	
$288.71
183.75
1,472.94
1,678.58
661.24
21,975.83
1,092.81
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COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1638)—Continued
Heriot Bay Road, pave, 0.17 mile  $2,224.94
Howard Road, reconstruct, 1.81 miles  1,094.87
Island Highway, shoulder widening, random lengths  19,476.29
Kentwood Road, reconstruct, 0.84 mile  5,189.08
Lake Trail Road, reconstruct and pave, 0.67 mile  4,921.98
Macaulay Road, minor improvements  77.26
Marine Drive, recap and pave, 0.61 mile  3,275.93
Marsden Road, reconstruct and pave, 0.58 mile  4,039.74
Muir Road, reconstruct, 0.35 mile  422.27
Noel Avenue, reconstruct, 0.42 mile  879.60
Pidcock Road, pave, 0.26 mile  2,196.86
Rebecca Spit Road, construct, 0.50 mile  8,978.39
Tsolum River Road, reconstruct, 3.09 miles  4,436.53
Wilkinson Road, reconstruct and pave, 0.59 mile  4,719.81
Sundry roads, slashing  4,360.42
$93,647.83
Forbidden Plateau Access Road, construct, 0.75 mile (Project No. 1745)    11,812.07
Ryan Road, construct, 0.54 mile (Project No. 1745)   13,187.93
Beaver Cove-Port Hardy Highway, construct, 11.77 miles
(Project No. 1583)         598,314.00
Kelsey Bay Ferry Terminal Approach, construct and pave,
1.56 miles (Project No. 1630)    99,919.73
       $816,881.56
Day labour—secondary highways—Secondary Highway No.  166b, curb and
gutter, reconstruct and pave (Project No. 1804)   4,395.91
Day labour—bridges—Rees Bridge, construct (Project No. 575)   34,969.70
Day labour—Special Warrant No.  25—Gold River-Muchalat Arm Access
Road, construct, 7.44 miles (Project No. 1788)   116,938.58
Maintenance of roads  470,163.73
Maintenance of bridges  50,671.62
Maintenance and operation of ferries         481,060.00
Snow removal  27,229.98
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—
Village of Alert Bay         $4,000.00
Village of Comox  4,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Alberni to Cumberland (see also Alberni) (Project No. 1693) $1,815.74
Campbell River By-pass (Project No. 1693)   61,286.38
Island Highway, Mud Bay to Black Creek (Project No. 1693) 35,612.23
Port McNeill Access (Project No. 1693)   2,025.55
Port McNeill By-pass (Project No. 1693)   2,295.76
Saltair Prison Access (Project No. 1693)   12,113.00
Legal surveys—
Defining existing right-of-way through Parcel E, Section 16,
Comox District, Cooper's Corner (Project No. 1694) $141.00
Green Road through District Lot  134 and Cape Mudge
Indian Reserve No. 10 (Project No. 1694)   1,522.58
Island Highway, Kelsey Bay Ferry Approach (Project No.
1694)     4,180.26
Oyster River revision (Project No. 1694)   2,448.70
Rights-of-way (general)—
Headquarters Road (Project No. 1695)   $113.36
Island Highway, Oyster River Bridge relocation (Project No.
1695)   200.00
Construction—-
Roads (general)—
Menzies Bay to Roberts Lake (Project No. 1215)   $335.46
Roberts Lake to Sayward (Project No. 1216)   365.90
Buttle Lake Access Road, Section 1 (Project No. 1586)  374,202.09
Buttle Lake Access Road, Section 2 (Project No. 1587) .  2,113,431.31
8,000.00
115,148.66
8,292.54
313.36
2,488,334.76
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COMOX DISTRICT—Continued
Construction—Con tin ued
Bridges (general)—Oyster River Bridge, Island Highway (Project No. 499)        $45,512.72
Ferries—purchase price of the vessel " Uchuk II" together with the modifications required (Project No. 579)   34,957.26
Surfacing (general)—
Island  Highway,  Menzies  Bay  to  Sayward   (Project  No.
S-0265)    $ 1,490.94
Port Alice-Jeune Landing Road (Project No. S-1165)         209,983.09
Kelsey Bay Approach Road, ferry terminal and parking-lot,
base processing   22,391.29
Oyster River Bridge approaches, base processing  5,644.58
  239,509.90
Total, Comox District     $4,942,380.28
COQUITLAM DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1641)—
loco area roads, gravel-crushing  —        $3,409.01
loco area roads, hot-mix paving         34,714.09
Trans-Canada Highway (No.  378r), minor improvements 2,406.88
  $40,529.98
Maintenance of roads  100,560.59
Maintenance of bridges  39,099.03
Snow removal   12,692.81
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—City of Port Moody  4,000.00
Surveys (general)—Lougheed Highway, North Road to Mission (four lanes)
(see also Dewdney) (Project No. 1693)   373.26
Legal surveys—Brunette Street widening, defining Right-of-way for acquisition
(Project No. 1694)   619.41
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Coquitlam, Vancouver to Fraser River (Project No. 1705) $392.91
Port Mann Bridge crossing (Project No. 1705)   7,890.00
Rights-of-way (general)—
Brunette, curb and gutter (Project No. 1695)        $10,174.50
Lougheed Highway (Project No. 1695)   28.28
COWICHAN-MALAHAT DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1639)—
Cowichan Lake Road, pave, 0.5 mile  $6,000.00
Telegraph, reconstruct and pave, 0.75 mile  5,000.00
Tzouhalem, reconstruct, 1 mile  5,000.00
$16,000.00
Pilkey Point, reconstruct and pave, 0.5 mile (Project No. 1645) 5,000.00
Kilmalu Road, road-mix pave, 1.25 miles (Project No. 1642) 8,000.00
8,282.91
10,202.78
Construction—
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—Vancouver-Fraser River section (Contract No. 1) (Project No. 885-1)   5,950.00
Roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways
Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willingdon,
Chilliwack, Delta, Langley, Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver East)
(Project No. E-3265)   4,165.12
Bridges (general)—Pitt River Bridge (electrical control and power system)
(Project No. E-0565)   17,940.45
Bridges (Trans-Canada Highway)—Port Mann Bridge (Project No. 267) 38,203.48
Total, Coquitlam District        $282,619.82
$29,000.00
Maintenance of roads         246,942.50
Maintenance of bridges  32,230.75
Maintenance and operation of ferries  53,054.37
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C 153
COWICHAN-MALAHAT DISTRICT—Continued
Snow removal           $13,263.28
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—Truck lanes (see also Esquimalt and Nanaimo) (Project No. 1704)   17,653.96
Surveys (general)—
Cowichan Lake Road alternate (Project No. 1693)         $42,897.47
Chemainus River Bridge approaches (Project No. 1693)   1,171.50
Crofton Access (Project No. 1693)   784.48
Nanaimo River Bridge approaches at Cedar  (Project No.
1693) 	
747.00
Legal surveys—
Defining   public   roads   within   Nanaimo   Indian   Reserve
No. 2 (Project No. 1694)   $255.70
Evening Cove Road through Sections 1 and 2, Oyster District, and Chemainus Indian Reserve No. 13 (Project
No.  1694)    3,282.50
Shawnigan Lake Road, E. & N. Railway-Mill Bay Road
section (Project No. 1694)   4,115.23
Somenos Road through Section 1, Range 4, Somenos District
(Project No.   1694)  452.00
South Shore Road Right-of-way through part of Section 32,
Renfrew District (Project No. 1694)   389.45
Subdivision plan, gravel-pit site " Telegraph Pit," in part of
Lot 2, Plan 13342, Section 7, Range 9, Shawnigan
District (Project No. 1694)   155.00
Subdivision part of Lot 6, Plan 5021, Section 11, Range 4,
Quamichan, McClay Road Gravel Pit (Project No.
1694)   349.50
Takala and Cameron Roads through Lots 11, 12, and 16 and
Section 4, Bright District (Project No. 1694)   1,446.67
Tzouhalem Road, widening in Cowichan Indian Reserve
No. 1, Lots 26 and 27 (Project No. 1694)   264.00
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—Diamond Overhead (Project No. 1705)
Rights-of-way (general)—
Gravel pit off Telegraph Bay Road north of Mill Bay (Project No. 1695)        $15,000.00
Relocation of Cowichan Lake Road (Project No. 1695) ....        24,359.00
Construction—
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—
City of Duncan, curb and gutter (Project No. 1367) 	
Mill Bay section (Project No. 1390) 	
$4,340.69
1,427.85
Bridges (Trans-Canada Highway)—Improvements to Westholme Overhead
Crossing and Diamond Overhead Crossing (Project No. 470) 	
Bridges (general)—Haslam Creek Bridge Sidewalk, Island Highway (Project No. 587) 	
Total, Cowichan-Malahat District 	
45,600.45
10,710.05
50.16
39,359.00
5,768.54
96,714.35
5,506.04
$595,853.45
DELTA DISTRICT
Day labour—secondary highways—
City of White Rock (No. 149b), Marine Drive, Washington
and Campbell River Road, secondary highway, widening and recapping (Project No. 1573)        $10,000.00
District of Surrey (No.  182b), Johnston Road, widening
secondary highway and recapping (Project No. 1803) 20,400.00
District of Surrey (No. 151b), Marine Drive, Steveson and
Crescent Road, secondary highway, recapping (Project
No. 1803)   4,600.00
Maintenance of roads 	
Maintenance of bridges	
Snow removal	
$35,000.00
104,355.23
24,758.07
8,992.97
 C 154 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
DELTA DISTRICT—Continued
Surveys (general)—
Interchange, Ladner and Tsawwassen Junction (Project No.
1693)     $5,055.74
King George VI Highway (see also Surrey)  (Project No.
1693)     14,279.89
  $19,335.63
Legal surveys—Additional right-of-way on Highway No. 17 in District Lots 26
and 141, Group 2, New Westminster District (Project No. 1694)   188.50
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—Springbrook to Halls Prairie (Project
No. 1705)   85.26
Rights-of-way (general)—
Deas Slough-Tasker Road section (Project No. 1695)   $13.20
Deas Throughway, Nicomekl to U.S. Border (Project No.
1695)     980.61
Ladner-Tsawwassen Highway (Project No. 1695)   12.80
Vancouver-Blaine Highway (Project No. 1695)   4,000.00
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1714)—
Lougheed Highway (No. 7), raise grade, paving on Nicomen
Island along dyke, 0.5 mile  $27,974.89
Hatzic area roads, widening, paving  1,380.83
Malcolm Road (No. 22), widening, 0.7 mile  908.29
Dewdney area roads, paving  409.00
Stave Lake Road (No. 41), widening, minor grade revisions 1,086.91
Nicomen Island area roads, widening, gravelling  1,784.35
Hodgkins Road (No. 85), widening, 0.8 mile  3,540.49
Sward Road (No. 87), paving, 0.92 mile  915.24
$38,000.00
Agassiz to Haig, construction, 0.3 mile (Project No. 1487) 10,000.00
Pitt Polder roads, minor improvements (Project No. 1641) 2,470.02
Day labour—secondary highways—
Corporation of Maple Ridge (No. 73b), Dewdney Trunk
Road, secondary highway, reconstruction and hard surfacing (Project No. 1801)   $8,134.93
Corporation of Maple Ridge (No. 73b), Dewdney Trunk
Road, secondary highway, widening and paving (Project No. 1802)   11,841.31
Corporation of the District of Mission, Dewdney Trunk
Road (No. 77b) (Project No. 1794)   8,880.34
5,006.61
Construction—
Roads (general)—Miscelalneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways
Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willingdon,
Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Langley, Richmond, Surrey, and Vancouver
East) (Project No. E-3265)   6,247.68
Bridges (general)—G.N.R. Underpass, Vancouver-Blaine Highway (Project No. 395)   19,492.84
Total, Delta District        $223,462.79
$50,470.02
28,856.58
Day labour—bridges—Cleaning and painting Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge (Project
No. 572)   17,204.84
Maintenance of roads  284,551.22
Maintenance of bridges  84,200.97
Maintenance and operation of ferries  141,395.00
Snow removal  22,365.32
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—District of Pitt Meadows... 5,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Lougheed Highway, North Road to Mission (four lanes)
(see oto Coquitlam) (Project No. 1693)   $870.95
Ruby Creek to Haig (Project No. 1693)          33,445.51
  34,316.46
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DEWDNEY DISTRICT— Continued
Legal surveys—Lougheed Highway right-of-way through Sections 28 and 33,
Township 20, New Westminster District, Nicomen Island (Project No. 1694) $509.70
Rights-of-way (general)—
Deroche-Agassiz section (Project No. 1695)   $70.00
Lougheed Highway, Agassiz section (Project No. 1695)   1,096.86
Lougheed Highway, Katz Flats section (Project No. 1695).__ 7,616.75
Mission Bridge project (Project No. 1695)   2,700.00
  11,483.61
Construction—
Bridges (general)—Mission Bridge (Project No. 528)   36,986.32
Surfacing (general)—Lougheed Highway, Mission-Deroche section, miscellaneous paving  133.56
Total, Dewdney District  ,        $717,473.60
ESQUIMALT DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1642)—
Arden Road, clearing and grubbing, 0.4 mile  $4,000.00
Atkins Road, reconstruct, 0.4 mile  3,000.00
Happy Valley Road, reconstruct, 2.5 miles  35,000.00
Island Highway (No. 1a), ditching and shouldering  5,000.00
Leigh Road, guard-rail and shouldering  3,000.00
Metchosin Road, ditching and shouldering  8,000.00
Sooke Road, ditching and shouldering  4,000.00
Sooke Road, Dewdney Flats, reconstruct and pave, 0.4 mile 15,968.19
$77,968.19
Sooke River Bridge approaches, reconstruct, 0.5 mile (Project No. 1720)          80,000.00
$157,968.19
Maintenance of roads         248,852.79
Maintenance of bridges    28,153.76
Snow removal  22,170.87
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—Truck lanes (see also Cowichan-Malahat
and Nanaimo) (Project No. 1704)   2,206.75
Surveys (general)—
Shawnigan Lake Road, south junction (Project No. 1693).-        $3,251.25
Thetis Overhead (Project No. 1693)     8,713.54
Legal surveys—
Millstream Road right-of-way, Trans-Canada Highway to
Section 2, Range 3 west, Highland District (Project
No. 1694)   $2,042.54
West Coast Road, Sooke By-pass through Lot 2, Plan 17066,
Section 15, Sooke (Project No. 1694)   126.75
Rights-of-way (general)—
Happy Valley Road, widening (Project No. 1695)   $155.00
Sooke River Bridge project (Project No. 1695)   46,991.00
Construction—bridges (general)—
Replacing various bridges on the West Coast Road between
Jordan  River  and  Port  Renfrew—Uglow,   McVicar,
Rosamund, and Boulder (Project No. 521)        $10,132.33
Sooke River Bridge (Project No. 548)         131,120.45
Gorge Bridge replacement (secondary) (Project No. 443).._        34,673.24
11,964.79
2,169.29
47,146.00
175,926.02
Surfacing (general)—Sooke Road, Coopers Cove to Otter Point Road section,
and West Coast Road, Otter Point Road to Tugwell Creek Bridge section
(Project No. S-0165)          358,503.87
Total, Esquimalt District      $1,055,062.33
 C 156 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1665)—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 16e), clearing and
grubbing on new location, Painter Corner section        $10,000.00
North Nechako Road (McLarty)  (No. 201), ditching and
dust control  19,990.00
Foreman Road (No. 161), minor improvements  10,000.00
Mountain View Road (No. 544), ditch, gravel, and culverts,
3.5 miles   18,180.50
Dunster-Raush Valley Road (No. 535), ditch and gravel,
2 miles  10,685.54
Sundry subdivision roads, construct and gravel         46,143.96
$115,000.00
Fraser River Bridge Interchange at Prince George, interchange (Project No. 1484)   99,049.02
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 16e), reconstruct,
8.1 miles (Project No. 1557)        240,000.00
New Nechako Bridge-Old Nechako Bridge section, interchange (Project No. 1619)         248,252.72
Day labour—secondary highways (Project No. 1787)—
First Avenue (No. 178b), reconstruction, curbing, and paving, Victoria Street to Carney Street        $64,058.75
Fifth Avenue  (No.   157b), widening,  and Carney Street,
paving  10,658.16
Legal surveys—
Cariboo Highway, right-of-way through District Lot 631,
Cariboo District (Project No. 1694)   $375.00
Willow Road No.  153, right-of-way through District Lot
1942 (Project No. 1694)   448.50
Rights-of-way (general)—
Cedarside to District Lot 5666 (Project No. 1695)          $2,151.75
Cariboo Highway,  north approach,  Fraser River  Bridge
(Project No. 1695)   302.29
Northwood Pulp Mill Access, north approach (Project No.
1695)    22,568.28
Prince George Pulp Mill Road, New Nechako Bridge Interchange (Project No. 1695)          41,991.26
Construction—
Roads (general)—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Crescent Spur to
West Twin Creek (Project No. 1290)          $3,306.87
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Crescent Spur to
Dome Creek, Section 1 (development of gravel
pits)  (Project No. 1382)        682,333.64
$702,301.74
74,716.91
Day labour—bridges—
Fraser River Bridge (No. 31), replanking south lane (Project No. 538)         $12,300.00
John Hart-Peace River Highway bridges, reconstruct (Project
No. 541)   29,831.87
  42,131.87
Maintenance of roads  328,960.44
Maintenance of bridges  92,131.26
Maintenance and operation of ferries  24,489.65
Snow removal  270,174.80
Gravel-crushing          212,388.52
Highways within municipal limits (local highways) — Village of Valemount,
sundry roads  4,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Albreda to Alberta Boundary (Project No. 1693)   $3,344.66
Arterial Highway No.  276r, Prince George  (Project No.
1693)   175.91
Fraser Bridge Interchange (Project No. 1693)   62.00
McBride to Tete Jaune (Project No. 1693)   731.05
4,313.62
823.50
67,013.58
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C 157
FORT GEORGE DISTRICT—Continued
Construction—Continued
Roads (general)—Continued
Northern  Trans-Provincial   Highway,   Willow   River-
Hungary Creek section (Project No. 1476)   $4,306,149.39
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, clearing and grubbing, Hungary Creek-Dome Creek section (Project
No. 1477) 	
North Thompson Highway and Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Cedarside to District Lot 5666
(Project No. 1485) 	
District Lot 5666 to Alberta Boundary (Project No.
1486) 	
North Thompson Highway, reconstruction, Chappell
Creek-Cedarside section (see also Kamloops)
(Project No. 1488) 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Fraser River
Bridge approaches at McBride (Project No. 1493)
Northwood Pulp Mill Access (Project No. 1596) 	
Hungary Creek to Ptarmigan Creek, Section 2 (Project
No. 1732) 	
Hungary Creek to Ptarmigan Creek
No. 1733) 	
Fraser River Interchange  lighting,
Section 3 (Project
Prince George (Project No.
Highway
1712) 	
No.  97,
Bridges (general) —
Goat River Bridge (Project No. 519) 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, West Twin Creek
Bridge (Project No. 578) 	
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,  McBride Bridge
(Project No. 569) 	
Hansard Bridge, redecking (installation of protection
signals)  (Project No. 478) 	
Surfacing (general).—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway (No. 16e), Giscome
Highway and Cariboo Highway section (Project No.
S-6165)  (Credit)
John Hart-Peace River Highway, Summit Lake to Parsnip
River Bridge, over-all section (Project No. S-7166)	
Total, Fort George District
175,260.39
3,114,428.41
2,024,774.30
1,144,055.19
4,244.23
842,672.18
950,956.76
710,373.80
16,184.47
$13,974,739.63
$180,085.26
20,952.88
371,770.07
15,606.85
$157.43
78,008.16
588,415.06
77,850.73
$16,464,451.31
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1649)—
Agate Bay (No. 101), Mile 5 to Mile 7   $2,500.00
Barriere Main (No. 110), Mile 2 to Mile 4  10,000.00
Barnes Lake (No. 107)   1,000.00
Brocklehurst Subdivision (No. 128)   8,000.00
Blue River streets (No. 121)   4,500.00
Clearwater Valley (No. 139), Mile 0 to Mile 5  5,500.00
Clearwater Valley (No. 139), Mile 6 to Mile 10  24,500.00
Dallas Subdivision (No. 146)   2,000.00
Deadman-Vidette (No. 150)   2,500.00
Heffley-Louis Creek (No. 169), Mile 1 to Mile 6  12,000.00
Heffley-Louis Creek (No. 169), Mile 6 to Mile 15   30,000.00
Lac Le Jeune (No. 187), Mile 0 to Mile 5  30,000.00
MurtleLake (No. 288)   10,000.00
Mission Flats (No. 198)   10,000.00
North Thompson (No. 5) (Yellowhead Route)   10,560.00
 C  158
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1649)—Continued
Powers Addition (No. 219)   $3,000.00
Pumping Station Road (No. 289)   2,000.00
Rayleigh (No. 222)   4,500.00
Savona Subdivision (No. 228)   3,000.00
Valleyview Subdivision (No. 248)   8,000.00
Westsyde (No. 256)   8,000.00
$191,560.00
North Thompson (No. 5n) (Yellowhead Route), Raft River
Bridge approaches (Project No. 1610)          50,000.00
Day labour—-secondary highways—City of Kamloops, construction of No. 141b
(part of First Avenue and part of Lome Street) (Project No. 1805) 	
Day labour—bridges—No. 14, Barriere Forks Bridge (Project No. 574) 	
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges 	
Maintenance and operation of ferries	
Snow removal	
Gravel-crushing 	
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Pumping Station to Campbell Creek Underpass, including
Kamloops By-pass (Project No. 1704)        $26,779.15
Truck  lanes   (see  also  Shuswap   and  Revelstoke-Slocan)
(Project No. 1704)   20,341.90
Surveys (general)—
Heffley Creek to North Thompson Highway  (Project No.
1693)   $5,865.89
Little Fort to Albreda (Project No. 1693)   1,701.56
Monte Creek to Falkland (see also Shuswap)  (Project No.
1693)    1,989.34
Legal surveys—■
Schilling Gravel Pit and Boulder Mountain Road (Project
No. 1694)   $635.50
South boundary of District Lot 40 to north boundary of District Lot 1395 (Project No. 1694)   923.35
North Thompson Highway and relocating pipe-line in District Lot 1834 (Project No. 1694)   527.70
North Thompson Highway, plan of subdivision of South Half
of South-east Quarter of District Lot 3277, K.D.Y.D.
(Project No. 1694)   224.50
North Thompson Highway, Birch Island to Clearwater, west
boundary of District Lot 1714 to east boundary of District Lot 2625 (Project No. 1694)   3,828.61
North Thompson Highway, Birch Island-Vavenby section,
west boundary of District Lot 2837 to east boundary
of District Lot 3868 (Project No. 1694)   8,702.34
North Thompson Highway, Heffley Creek to Vinsulla (Project No. 1694)   125.71
North Thompson Highway, through part of Kamloops Indian Reserve No. 1 (Project No. 1694)   4,068.88
North Thompson Highway, south boundary of Lot 36 to
north boundary of Lot 39, McLure section (Project No.
1694)    2,248.3 8
Westsyde Road, south boundary of North Half of Northwest Quarter of Section 4 to north boundary of Section
22, Township 22, Range 17 (Project No. 1694)   8,111.46
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—Kamloops By-pass (Project No. 1705)
Rights-of-way (general)—
Access road to Paul Lake Camp-site, Kamloops Indian Reserve No. 1 (Project No. 1695)
Frontage road, Blue River (Project No. 1695) 	
Kamloops By-pass and North Thompson River Crossing at
Kamloops (Project No. 1695) 	
$294.00
110.00
75,314.48
$241,560.00
17,135.66
30,000.00
522,684.06
91,715.98
27,797.00
145,882.03
112,664.61
47,121.05
9,556.79
29,396.43
157,066.06
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 159
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT— Continued
Rights-of-way (general)—Continued
North Thompson Highway, Chappell Creek to Cedarside
(Project No. 1695)   $514.45
North Thompson Highway, Heffley Creek to Vinsulla (Project No. 1695)  _- 325.00
North Thompson Highway, Kamloops to Paul Creek (Project No. 1695)   48,783.35
North Thompson Highway, McMurphy to Avola (Project
No. 1695)   1.00
North Thompson Highway, McMurphy to Blue River (Project No. 1695)          31,201.65
North Thompson Highway, River Street connection (Project
No. 1695)          20,354.08
North Thompson Highway, Six Mile to Chappell Creek
(Project No. 1695)   8,090.00
North Thompson Highway, Vavenby to McMurphy (Project
No. 1695)   20.00
Overlanders Bridge, extra right-of-way (Project No. 1695) 37,531.16
Construction—■
Roads (general)—
Yellowhead Highway, Vavenby to McMurphy (Project
No. 1361)   $7,708.40
North Thompson Highway, reconstruction, McMurphy
to Six Mile Crossing (Project No. 1458)      1,442,084.62
North Thompson Highway, reconstruction, Six Mile
Crossing to Chappell Creek (Project No. 1475)     2,110,262.72
North Thompson Highway, reconstruction, Chappell
Creek to Cedarside (see also Fort George) (Project No. 1448)      1,646,323.32
$222,539.17
Bridges (general)—
Thompson River Bridge at Barriere (Project No. 501)-     $178,340.32
Blue River, Whitewater Creek, Thunder Creek,  and
Miledge Creek Bridges (Project No. 531)        244,715.46
Kamloops East Bridge (Project No. 545)         486,125.10
Surfacing (general)—
Ashcroft Access Road (see also Yale-Lillooet) (Project No.
S-2666)    $39,814.59
Highland Valley Road (Project No. S-3166)   97,335.17
Heffley Creek, base processing  15,080.54
Lac Le Jeune, base processing  10,953.85
Westsyde Road, base processing  7,522.17
5,206,379.06
909,180.88
170,706.32
Total, Kamloops District      $7,941,385.10
KOOTENAY DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1658)—■
Eager Junction North (No. 93), gravelling, place concrete
no-post guard-rail and double flush-coat shoulders,
superelevate curve, weed-spray right-of-way, seeding,
1 mile   $8,000.00
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), C.P.R. Hill section, reconstruction and widen shoulders, 2.6 miles  9,000.00
Cranbrook area streets, open road allowance, 2.08 miles  6,000.00
Cranbrook area streets, double flush-coat, 4.39 miles  6,000.00
Kimberley area roads, reconstruction and double flush-coat,
2.29 miles  5,000.00
Kingsgate Highway (No. 95 South), Curzon Junction section, shoulder widening, 2.5 miles  9,350.11
Moyie streets, gravel, ditch, culvert, and double flush-coat,
0.99 mile  4,000.00
Wardner streets, widen, gravel, ditch, culverts, road mix and
double flush-coat, 1.01 miles  4,000.00
 C 160 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
KOOTENAY DISTRICT— Continued
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1658)—Continued
Yahk streets,  open and construct Vancouver Street,  0.06
mile  $1,105.18
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), Bateman section,
widen shoulders and ditching, 1.6 miles   10,500.96
Wardner-Fort Steele Road (No. 65), reconstruct and widen        33,038.00
Kootenay-Columbia Highway (No. 95), simozine application to shoulders, 30 miles  7,500.00
Yahk-Meadow Creek Road (No. 37), construct new road
on new alignment, and gravel, 1.44 miles   14,585.65
$118,079.90
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), Fernie-Hosmer
section, relocation and new construction, 2.48 miles
(Project No. 1359)         120,000.00
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), Fernie-Hosmer
section, relocation and new construction, 0.5 mile
(Project No. 1659)   50,000.00
$288,079.90
Day labour—bridges—Widening of Mark Creek Bridge (No. 185), Kimberley
(Project No. 580)   15,265.26
Maintenance of roads         316,431.40
Maintenance of bridges   26,359.48
Snow removal  121,248.56
Surveys (general)—•
Curzon Junction (Project No. 1693)   $5.91
Fort Steele to Bull River (Project No. 1693)   9,004.19
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Fernie to Alberta Border
(Project No. 1693)   81.25
9,091.35
Legal surveys—
Highway No. 95 right-of-way, east boundary of Lot 6256 to
C.P.R., Wycliffe (Project No. 1694)          $2,436.00
Hosmer to Olson (Project No. 1694)   3,389.61
  5,825.61
Rights-of-way  (general)—Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Curzon Junction
(Project No. 1695)   50.00
Construction—
Roads—Cranbrook, curb, gutter, and storm drainage (Project No. 1580)         240,560.07
Bridges (general)—Fort Steele Bridge (Project No. 504)   111,783.76
Surfacing (general) —
Fort Steele Junction-Wasa and Rampart-Wardner sections
(Fort Steele Junction to Wasa Highway and Southern
Trans-Canada Highway) (Project No. S-4165)       $210,517.29
Southern  Trans-Canada  Highway,   Curzon  Junction-Kidd
Creek section (see also Nelson-Creston)   (Project No.
S-4166)    84,466.12
Southern   Trans-Canada    Highway,    Hosmer-Natal    and
Crowsnest sections (Project No. S-4266)         268,515.35
563,498.76
Total, Kootenay District     $1,698,194.15
LANGLEY DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1640)—
New McLellan Highway (No. 125r), construction of third
lane, Latimer Hill  $2,867.45
Glover Road (No. 259r), grade improvements, third lane  14,529.46
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 379r), minor improvements— 124.13
Trans-Canada Highway (No. 380r), minor improvements  260.86
         $17,781.90
Day labour — bridges — Kinch, Berry, and Johnston-Townline Road Bridges
(Project No. 583)   9,450.00
Maintenance of roads         214,935.93
Maintenance of bridges  15,542.00
Maintenance and operation of ferries  50,495.00
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE
C 161
LANGLEY DISTRICT—Continued
Snow removal	
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—Township of Langley	
Surveys (general)—Aldergrove-Bellingham Highway, County Line-Interchange
to Blaine (Project No. 1693) 	
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Carvolth to Springbrook (Project No. 1705)   $42.88
Mount Lehman to Springbrook (Project No. 1705)   50.56
Rights-of-way (general)—Langley, Delta to Langley By-pass (Project No. 1695)
Construction—roads (general)—
Langley By-pass and Glover Road to Livingstone Road Interchange (Project No. 1442)         $34,131.13
Intersection lighting, Highway No. 10, Langley By-pass section (Project No. E-0965)   22,942.07
Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways Nos.
401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-
Willingdon, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Richmond,
Surrey, and Vancouver East) (Project No. E-3265)  4,165.12
Surfacing (general)—Langley By-pass and Glover Road to Livingstone Road
Interchange, Contract No. 1 (Project No. S-0965) 	
Total, Langley District	
$31,126.57
6,000.00
1,687.77
93.44
67.90
61,238.32
194,187.81
$602,606.64
MACKENZIE DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1644) —
Egmont Road, base preparation, 4 miles	
Gambier Island roads, clearing, 1 mile	
Gillies Bay Road, base preparation, 2.2 miles
Gonzales Road, reconstruction, 1.7 miles	
Keats Island Road, new construction, 1 mile _
Lagoon Road, reconstruction, 0.8 mile	
Lang Bay Road, reconstruction, 0.6 mile	
Loubert Road, base preparation, 0.8 mile 	
Palm Beach Road, reconstruction, 0.25 mile __
Redroofs Road, reconstruction, 1.7 miles	
Sechelt Inlet Road, reconstruction, 1 mile	
Soames Creek Bridge elimination and Gibsons retaining-wall
(Project No. 1554) 	
$20,833.60
215.75
11,161.65
1,768.55
4,086.72
10,652.40
5,384.07
3,878.70
5,921.58
15,192.52
32,272.92
$111,368.46
13,040.04
Day labour—bridges—Hagensborg Bridge, construction of new 262-foot bridge
(including 180 feet of Bailey span) (Project No. 585) 	
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges	
Maintenance and operation of ferries	
Snow removal 	
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—District of Powell River__.__
Surveys (general)—Lois River Bridge site (Project No. 1693) 	
Legal surveys—
Explanatory plan of drainage easement in Lot A, Block J,
District Lot 686, Group 1, N.W.D., Plan 6401 (Project
No. 1694)   $50.00
Highway No. 101 right-of-way through part of District Lot
687, Group 1, N.W.D. (Project No. 1694)   513.82
Construction—
Bridges  (general) — Powell River Bridge and approaches
(Project No. 475)         $72,901.35
Ferry-landing—Repairs to Powell River Wharf (Project No.
581)   15,480.45
$124,408.50
60,000.00
304,547.28
18,961.18
70,119.47
29,466.83
4,000.00
2,252.14
563.82
88,381.80
Total, Mackenzie District
$702,701.02
 C 162 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
NANAIMO DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1645)—
Departure Bay Road, reconstruct, 1 mile  $10,000.00
Howard, reconstruct and pave, 0.5 mile       8,000.00
North End, reconstruct and pave, 1 mile     10,000.00
Park, reconstruct and pave, 0.5 mile      4,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1638)—
Beaver Creek Road, right-of-way purchase  $1,500.00
Claudet Road, reconstruct and pave, 0.93 mile  2,612.45
Island Highway, parallel access, 0.19 mile  4,667.55
Island   Highway,   shoulder   widening,   random
lengths   3,675.77
Marina Way, reconstruct and pave, 1.2 miles  8,514.38
Stewart Road, reconstruct and pave, 1.13 miles... 5,322.22
Wall Beach Road, pave, 0.2 mile  1,597.67
Sundry roads, slashing  864.55
$32,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1713)—
Intersection of Island Highway, Brechin Road,
and Departure Bay Road, reconstruct and
pave, 1 mile  $30,000.00
Thomas, reconstruct and pave, 0.25 mile  4,000.00
Rock City, reconstruct, 0.5 mile  8,000.00
Loat, reconstruct and pave, 0.5 mile  3,000.00
Newton, reconstruct, 0.5 mile  10,000.00
James, reconstruct and pave, 0.25 mile  5,000.00
28,754.59
Day labour—-roads (Project No. 1639)—
Extension, reconstruct and pave, 1.25 miles  $20,000.00
Minetown, reconstruct and pave, 0.75 mile       6,000.00
60.000.00
26,000.00
$146,754.59
Maintenance of roads  313,349.49
Maintenance of bridges  10,741.34
Maintenance and operation of ferries  89,445.63
Snow removal  24,162.45
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—Truck lanes (see also Cowichan-Malahat
and Esquimalt) (Project No. 1704)   2,206.75
Surveys (general)—Nanaimo to Wellington, four lanes (Project No. 1693)  24,676.40
Legal surveys—Additional right-of-way, Georgia Avenue, Section 21, Range 7,
Plan 630, Section 1 (Project No. 1694)   134.80
Rights-of-way (general)--Sale of gravel pit (Project No. 1695)   30.22
Construction—Bridges (general)—Cedar Bridge over Nanaimo River (Project
No. 546)   373.36
Total, Nanaimo District       $611,875.03
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1662)—
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3a), Boswell-Kuska-
nook section, completion of major reconstruction,
gravelling, road-mix pavement, 5 miles        $44,248.06
Longbeach Road (No. 199), reconstruction, widen, gravel,
road-mix pavement, 2.35 miles  12,546.57
Creston-Wynndel Road  (No. 76), reconstruction,  gravel,
road-mix pavement, 4.3 miles   28,578.78
Knox Road (No. 178), reconstruction, alignment, and grade,
0.75 mile, and road-mix pavement, 0.3 mile  11,574.77
Creston orchard roads, minor improvements   107.45
Creston-Summit Creek Road (No. 72), road-mix pavement,
4.6 miles   22,768.10
Blewett Road (No. 30), minor improvements, surveying ____ 1,998.16
Heddle Road (No. 143), reconstruction, gravel  5,549.13
Area  " E"  roads,  widening,   gravel,   road-mix  pavement,
prime seal, 0.8 mile   7,726.82
Creston-Porthill Road (No. 50), reconstruction, grade revision, gravel, 0.25 mile  9,987.50
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 163
NELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT— Continued
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1662)—Continued
South Salmo roads, reconstruction, widening, gravel, prime
coats, 1.48 miles         $4,117.77
Ymir streets, minor improvements  84.47
        $149,287.58
Day labour—bridges—Nelson-Nelway Bridge (No. 110)   (Project No. 514) 4,500.00
Maintenance of roads         406,618.09
Maintenance of bridges  42,104.73
Maintenance and operation of ferries  373,791.25
Snow removal  175,412.21
Gravel-crushing   140,673.80
Survey (general)—
Creston By-pass (revisions) (Project No. 1693)   $6,631.24
Nelson Arterial  Government Road to Hall  Mines  Road
(Project No. 1693)   9,475.37
Salmo to Meadow Siding (Project No. 1693)   5,970.80
Salmo to Nelson (Project No. 1693)   20,085.35
Salmo to Salmo-Creston Junction (Project No. 1693)   3,052.26
Summit Creek Road to Porthill Road (Project No. 1693) ._ 4,005.70
Thrums to South Slocan (Project No. 1693)   11,857.24
Legal surveys—
Southern   Trans-Canada   Highway,   Bridal   Lake   section
(Project No. 1694)     $1,145.58
Creston-Porthill Road right-of-way through Lots 4592 and
812, Kootenay District (Project No. 1694)   3,357.29
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Beasley-Corra Linn section, south boundary of Lot 7360 to north boundary of
Lot 10272 (Project No. 1694)   4,611.83
Highways Nos. 3a and 6, South Slocan to north boundary of
Lot 8054 (Project No. 1694)   5,061.30
Rights-of-way (general)—■
Nelson Arterial Highway, Cottonwood Creek section (Project No. 1695)         $16,507.64
Pass Creek Road improvements (Project No. 1695)   2.77
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Creston Underpass (Project No. 1695)   2,738.00
Southern  Trans-Canada   Highway,   South   Slocan   section
(Project No. 1695)   12.70
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Taghum to Nelson (Project No. 1695)         102,310.20
Construction—roads (general)—
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Summit Lake to Blazed
Creek (Project No. 1100)   $5,000.00
Columbia River to Thrums, construction (see also Rossland-
Trail) (Project No. 1544)        128,001.83
Taghum-Nelson section (Project No. 1615)         392,637.28
Surfacing (general)—
Paving aggregate in stockpile, Emory and Balfour Pits (Project No. S-4764-1)   $76.50
Southern  Trans-Canada  Highway,   Curzon  Junction-Kidd
Creek section (see also Kootenay) (Project No. S-4166)        156,865.65
Kuskanook North, base processing   13,487.29
Nelson Apex, base processing   8,644.48
61,077.96
14,176.00
121,571.31
525,639.11
179,073.92
Total, Nelson-Creston District   $2,193,925.96
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Surveys (general)—South-west Marine Drive from Camouson Street to Chancellor Boulevard (Project No. 1693)  :- $1,280.04
Rights-of-way (general)—New Westminster approach to Queensborough (Project No. 1695) 200.00
Total, New Westminster District  $1,480.04
 C 164 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
NORTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1651)—
Vernon-Slocan Highway, widening, ditching, and gravelling,
3.3 miles  _  $12,500.00
Commonage Road, gravelling and road-mix pave, 1 mile  5,000.00
Lumby-Mabel Lake Road, ditching and gravelling, 5 miles 25,000.00
Eastside Road, gravelling and road-mix pave, 4.5 miles  15,000.00
$57,500.00
Side roads (Project No. 1652)   5,548.27
  $63,048.27
Day labour—secondary highways—No. 147b, Shuswap Avenue, paving (Project
No. 1800)       6,000.00
Maintenance of roads  217,346.83
Maintenance of bridges  25,642.48
Snow removal  53,231.64
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—District of Coldstream   4,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Okanagan Highway, Woodsdale Junction revision (Project
No. 1693)   $107.85
Vernon Arterial (Project No. 1693)   36,817.99
Vernon By-pass (Project No. 1693)   6,150.90
43,076.74
Legal surveys—Closing portion of Okanagan Highway through the North-west
Quarter of Section 27, Township 9, O.D. (Vernon)  (Project No. 1694) ____ 32.00
Surfacing (general)—
Vernon-Slocan, Lumby to 6 miles west of Needles (Mona-
shee) (see also Revelstoke-Slocan) (Project No. S-3264)       $34,333.08
Vernon-Sicamous and Vernon South Highways, Armstrong-
Grindrod and Vernon South sections (see also Shuswap)
(Project No. S-2265)   42,126.70
15th Street extension, miscellaneous paving    2,534.18
Eastside Road, Vernon, base processing   12,169.29
Okanagan Landing, sand seal, base processing  454.25
Whitevale Road, sand sealing, base processing   839.94
Legal surveys—
Extra right-of-way, Legal Subdivision 3, Section 19, Township 82, Range 17, Alaska Highway (Project No. 1694) $547.89
Highway No. 29, Hudson Hope to Lynn Creek (Project
No. 1694)     3,292.20
92,457.44
Total, North Okanagan District        $504,835.40
NORTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1666)—
Two Rivers (No. 107), prepare for reconstruction  $177.65
Upper Cache Creek (No. 116), reconstruction         42,447.33
Fort Nelson area, sundry gravelling  8,210.17
Two miles west of Fort St. John (No. 272), reconstruction 2,650.60
Fort St. John North (No. 101), reconstruct and gravel  16,245.78
Tea Creek (No. 119), reconstruction  3,393.16
Indian Reserve (No. 139), reconstruction   1,000.00
Nurnberger Road (No. 252), improvements  11,982.56
Montney East (No. 256), improvements  257.72
Grande Haven Road (No. 269), sundry gravelling  1,307.09
Area No. 1, Fort St. John, improvements  449.75
Area No. 3, Cecil Lake, improvements         36,843.41
Siphon Creek Road (No. 184), spot gravelling  34.78
        $125,000.00
Day labour—bridges—Construction of Lynx and Farrell Creek Bridges (Project
No. 559)   85,000.00
Maintenance of roads  213,065.80
Maintenance of bridges  43,700.00
Snow removal  179,739.93
Surveys (general)—
Fort Nelson Frontage Road (Project No. 1693)   $3,784.63
Fort St. John Truck By-pass (Project No. 1693)   460.00
4,244.63
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE
C 165
NORTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT— Continued
Legal surveys—Continued
Cecil Lake (No. 103), through the South-east Quarter of
Section 26, Township 84, Range 17, west of 6th meridian (Project No. 1694)   $504.29
Two Rivers Road (No. 107), west boundary of Section 19 to
south boundary of Section 23, Township 83, Range 17
(Project No. 1694)   1,793.34
Alaska Highway (No. 145), to north boundary of Section
12, Township 84, Range 18, west of 6th meridian
(Project No. 1694)   1,660.35
Construction—
Roads (general)—Hudson Hope-Chetwynd Highway, construction, Hudson Hope to Chetwynd, Section 1 (see also South Peace River) (Project No. 1377) 	
Roads (curb and gutter)—
Hudson Hope streets, curb and gutter, storm drains, and
paving (Contract No. 1) (Project No. 1609-1) _     $143,376.16
Hudson Hope streets, curb and gutter, Hudson Hope
housing and trailer development (Contract No. 2)
(Project No. 1609-2)         625,157.83
Roads (hydro development)—Various work re hydro development (airport
access, snow removal, guard-rail, Portage Mountain, Cust and Dunlevy
Creeks)	
Surfacing (general)—Hudson Hope sections (Project No. S-6865) Credit
Total, North Peace River District	
$7,798.07
14,718.32
768,533.99
96,010.91
150,135.69
$1,387,675.96
Day labour—bridges-
No. 572) 	
NORTH VANCOUVER-CAPILANO DISTRICT
-Cleaning and painting First Narrows Bridge  (Project
Maintenance of roads  	
Maintenance of bridges	
Snow removal	
Surveys (general)—Upper Levels control line (Project No. 1693) _
Legal   surveys — North  Vancouver-Capilano   survey   to   define
through District Lot 764, Group 1, N.W.D. (Project No.
Total, North Vancouver-Capilano District	
right-of-way
1694) 	
$34,168.37
4,264.95
95,342.94
10,420.69
4.63
387.00
$144,588.58
NORTH VANCOUVER-SEYMOUR DISTRICT
Day labour—secondary highways—Keith Road, District of North Vancouver
(Project No. 1795) 	
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of roads (patrol) 	
Maintenance of bridges	
Gravel-crushing	
Snow removal	
Surveys (general)—-Keith Road, Fern Street Overhead to Seymour Park Road
(Project No. 1693) _,	
Total, North Vancouver-Seymour District  	
$129,354.09
147,649.82
274,336.66
113,397.22
60,428.33
11,941.48
1,515.49
$738,623.09
 C 166 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
OMINECA DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1669)—
Woodmere Road, Mile 0 to Mile 1.2, reconstruct
and gravel  $20,000.00
Sundry roads, subdivision roads, 3 miles, gravel,
ditching, and culverts     10,000.00
Northern  Trans-Provincial   Highway,   improve
right-of-way, shouldering, ditching     15,000.00
Access roads, ditching and culvert installation       5,000.00
Palling Road (No. 88), gravel and ditching     10,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1668)—
Fort Fraser-Stella Road (No. 37), widen and
gravel, 1 mile  $16,413.48
Mapes Road (No. 116), widen and grade revision, 3.6 miles     33,970.36
Stuart Lake-Douglas Lodge Road (No.  184),
partial reconstruction, 0.4 mile       9,616.16
Road to Tache Indian Reserve,  clearing and
grubbing only, 10.5 miles     30,000.00
$60,000.00
90,000.00
No. 35, Francois Lake Road, Mile 0 to Mile 3.5 and Mile
11.5 to Mile 14.3, gravel, reconstruct, clearing (Project
No. 1627)         210,000.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Houston Bridge approaches, Mile 34.8 to Mile 35.3, new diversion, hauling gravel, fill, construction (Project No. 1550)         200,000.00
Vanderhoof-Fort St. James, reconstruction, road diversion,
6.2 miles, widen and grade revision on existing road,
2.9 miles (Project No. 1558)        300,000.00
— •      $860,000.00
Day labour—bridges—Fulton River Bridge, purchase material and complete
construction of bridge (Project No. 557)   36,000.00
Maintenance of roads         388,008.21
Maintenance of bridges   65,000.00
Maintenance and operation of ferries  82,820.00
Snow removal  184,534.59
Surveys (general)—
Babine Lake to Fulton Lake, reconnaissance  (Project No.
1693)     $304.50
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Endako Underpass and
Endako River Crossing (Project No. 1693)   3,912.33
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Terrace to Telkwa (see
also Skeena) (Project No. 1693)   1,270.70
Topley to Babine Lake (Project No. 1693)   4,708.35
Vanderhoof to Fort St. James (Project No. 1693)   16,099.95
Vanderhoof-Fort St. James Road (Project No. 1693)   198.27
Legal surveys-
Douglas Lodge Road and Fort St. James-Germansen Landing Road through District Lots 3180, 3182, 3185, Range
5, Coast District (Project No. 1694)   $673.00
East boundary of Lot 3552 to west boundary of Lot 1167
(Project No. 1694)   5,976.01
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway through part of District
Lot 622, Houston (Project No. 1694)   446.29
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway through Stellaquo Indian Reserve No. 5 (Project No. 1694)   3,032.63
South boundary of Lot 4141 to west boundary of Lot 4159
(Project No. 1694)   6,873.29
Rights-of-way (general)—
Francois Lake Road No. 35 (Project No. 1695)          $8,122.75
Houston Overhead Bridge approaches (Project No. 1695).... 8,175.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,  Tintagel to Priestly
(Project No. 1695)   221.00
26,494.10
17,001.22
16,518.75
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 167
OMINECA DISTRICT—Continued
Construction—
Roads (general)—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Tibbets Creek to
Priestly (Project No. 1286)   $1,051.52
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Perow to Lot 1167
(Project No. 1289)   1,885.73
  $2,937.25
Bridges (general)—Stuart River Bridge (Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road)
(Project No. 315)   37,770.87
Surfacing (general)—■
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Endako-Priestly section (Project No. S-6365)       $362,319.02
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Telkwa-Babine Lake
Road (Project No. S-6465)        482,570.16
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake Road (Project No. S-6366)        416,693.33
1,261,582.51
Total, Omineca District     $2,978,667.50
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1672)—
Port Edward-Cassiar Cannery Road (No. 4),
strip, drill, and blast 12,000 cubic yards of
rock in Port Edward No. 2 quarry, brush
and burn 2 miles of right-of-way     $16,008.21
Queen Charlotte City streets (No. 35), cleared,
constructed, and gravelled, 0.23 mile         9,128.19
$25,136.40
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1568)—
Queen Charlotte City to Masset (No. 33), reconstruct and gravel to a 30-foot subgrade
13.6 miles between Tlell and Kumdis
River Bridge No. 2; reconstruct and gravel
to a 30-foot subgrade 1.89 miles of streets
within Port Clements; construct and gravel
a %-mile diversion away from an eroding
beach at Tlell;  construct and gravel a!.-
mile by-pass of Port Clements   $793,445.83
Sandspit-Alliford Bay Road (No. 61), reconstruct 1.1 miles to a 30-foot gravel sub-
grade  .       31,719.27
Material purchases, creosoted bridge timbers
and piling for Kumdis River No. 1, Kumdis River No. 2, Giekle No. 1, Giekle No.
2, Giekle No. 3, Gold, Woodpile, Skide-
gate Mission, Rennie, and Slarkedus Creek
Bridges        19,698.50
844,863.60
$870,000.00
Day labour—bridges—Reconstruction of the following bridges on the Queen
Charlotte Islands: Hanns Creek, Piper Creek, Ski Jump Creek, Sacs Creek,
Woodpile, Gold, Giekle No. 1, and Giekle No. 3 Creek, Kumdis River
No. 1 and Kumdis River No. 2 (Project No. 533)   37,000.00
Maintenance of roads  153,212.71
Maintenance of bridges   20,000.00
Maintenance and operation of ferries  2,539.00
Snow removal   16,747.00
Surveys (general)—
Galloway Rapids to Port Edwards (Project No. 1693) ___.        $1,020.00
Galloway Rapids to Tyee (Project No. 1693)   15,665.02
Prince Rupert to Fairview Ferry Terminal (Project No. 1693) 3,636.31
Prince Rupert Arterial (Project No. 1693)   427.75
Queen Charlotte City to Skidegate Mission (Project No.
1693)  7,715.60
  28,464.68
 C 168 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
PRINCE RUPERT DISTRICT—Continued
Rights-of-way (general)—Prince Rupert Arterial (Project No. 1695)   $59,963.85
Construction—
Roads (general)—■
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   reconstruction,
Prince Rupert Arterial section (Project No. 1574)     $681,520.72
Galloway Rapids Bridge approaches (Project No. 1729)       171,007.01
852,527.73
Bridges   (general)—Northern  Trans-Provincial  Highway,   Galloway  Rapids
Bridges (Project No. 553)   645,647.26
Surfacing (general) —
Alliford Bay Road, Airport Gates at Sandspit to Kwuna
Point Wharf at Alliford  Bay  Section   (Project No.
S-6866)      $493,535.67
Queen Charlotte City-Masset Highway (Project No. S-6966) 44,753.93
Fairview  and  ferry  approach  road,  Prince   Rupert,   miscellaneous paving             32,527.00
 570,816.60
Total, Prince Rupert District     $3,256,918.83
REVELSTOKE-SLOCAN DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1653) —
Galena Pass (No. 810), clearing, grubbing, and
reconstruction, 3 miles  $40,000.00
Frontage roads, construction and gravelling, 1.4
miles        4,500.00
Side roads and subdivision, construction, gravelling, and ditching, 0.97 mile ......      4,349.00
Revelstoke-Arrowhead Road (No. 5), gravelling,
ditching, and grading       2,500.00
$51,349.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1661) —
Slocan-Vernon Highway,  Rosebery North, reconstruction   $30,000.00
Inonoaklin Valley Road, reconstruction     25,000.00
Slocan Arterial, construction     10,000.00
Slocan-Vernon Highway, Enterprise to Lookout,
reconstruction      49,989.59
        114,989.59
Nakusp-Galena Bay Road, reconstruction (Project No. 1553)       100,000.00
Balfour-Gerrard Highway, Fletcher Creek diversion (Project No. 1605)   60,000.00
*Mica Creek Access Road, reconstruction (Project No. 1597)    2,909,568.80
     $3,235,907.39
Day labour—secondary highway—No. 163b, City of Revelstoke (Project No.
1796)   2,357.00
Day labour—bridges—
Kaslo Bridge and approach, construction (Project No. 547) $7,500.00
Redecking Old Columbia River Bridge (Project No. 549)__-        27,562.98
*Bigmouth Creek Bridge, Mica Creek Access Road (Project
No. 564)   57,455.37
  92,518.35
Maintenance of roads _____          413,099.80
Maintenance of bridges  91,821.75
Maintenance and operation of ferries         235,324.64
Snow removal         260,819.66
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Downie Slide, control line (Project No. 1704)          $1,693.08
Truck lanes (see also Kamloops and Shuswap) (Project No.
1704)   5,085.48
Surveys (general)—
Fauquier to Passmore via Octopus (Project No. 1693)   $484.00
Slocan Highway No. 6, Cape Horn Bluffs (Project No. 1693) 1,000.00
South Slocan to Passmore (Project No. 1693)   6,706.62
6,778.56
8,190.62
* All these projects pertain to hydro development, and credits were received from British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority to cover the expenditures.
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 169
REVELSTOKE-SLOCAN DISTRICT—Continued
Legal surveys—Kaslo Arterial Highway through Lots 208, 209, and 437, K.D.
(Project No. 1694)   $1,564.96
Surveys (hydro development) —
*Needles to Monashee (Project No. 1793)   $5,712.64
*Fauquier to Nakusp-Galena Bay (Project No. 1793)  94,341.81
*Revelstoke to Shelter Bay (Project No. 1793)          48,029.11
148,083.56
Rights-of-way (general)—Mica Creek (Project No. 1695)   7,644.43
Roads (hydro development)—-
* Reconstruction, Revelstoke to Mica Creek, Section 1 (Project No. 1604)   $2,690,797.95
"'Reconstruction, Revelstoke to Mica Creek, Section 2 (Project No. 1611)     2,440,865.82
'^Reconstruction, Revelstoke to Mica Creek, Section 3 (Project No. 1612)      1,568,371.34
""Reconstruction, Revelstoke to Mica Creek, Section 4 (Project No. 1625)   30,997.54
Bridges (hydro development)—
*Silver Tip, Carnes Creek, and Holdich Creek Bridges (Project No. 535)   $1,181,584.20
*Mars Creek, Downie Creek, and Goldstream River Bridges
(Project No. 536)      1,002,491.85
*Bigmouth Creek Bridge (Contract No. 2) (Project No. 564) 30,218.65
*Needles Bridge, preliminary design and engineering (Project
No. 588)         261,084.57
6,731,032.65
2,475,379.27
*Ferry crossing (hydro development)—Proposed ferry crossing Arrow Lake
area, preliminary design and engineering (Project No. 588a)   11,426.62
Paving (Trans-Canada Highway)—Sicamous-Revelstoke section (see also Shuswap) (Project No. S-8566)   11,521.44
Surfacing (general) —
Vernon-Slocan Highway, Lumby to 6 miles west of Needles
(Monashee)  (see also North Okanagan)  (Project No.
S-3264)         $51,499.63
Kaslo-Lardeau Highway, remix, miscellaneous paving  51,166.51
Balfour-Kaslo Highway, Kaslo Hill section, base processing 4,864.53
■  107,530.67
Sub-total   $13,841,001.37
Nakusp
*Day labour—roads (Project No. 1792)—Nakusp-Fauquier Road, reconstruction   429,035.15
Total, Revelstoke-Slocan District  $14,270,036.52
* All these projects pertain to hydro development, and credits were received from British Columbia Hydro
and Power Authority to cover the expenditures.
RICHMOND DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—Garden City Intersection, Richmond Municipality (Project
No. 1738)   $45,000.00
Maintenance of roads  75,204.58
Maintenance of bridges         321,505.05
Snow removal  21,108.64
Surveys (general)—No. 5 Road, Interchange to Marine Drive (Project No. 1693) 11,777.32
Construction—
Roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination, Highways
Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willingdon,
Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Surrey, and Vancouver East)
(Project No. E-3265)   6,247.68
Bridges (general)—Fraser River Bridge (south structure), No. 5 Road,
Richmond (Project No. 586)   128,133.45
Total, Richmond District         $608,976.72
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HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1663)—■
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), Kinnaird-Castle-
gar and Warfield-Rossland (No. 22), minor improvements 	
Rossland Arterial Highway (No. 144r), bin-wall extension,
frontage-road reconstruction, blade-mix pavement, 0.20
mile	
Caughlin Road (No. 101), reconstruction, widening, gravelling, and road-mix paving, 0.55 mile	
Lower China Creek Road (No. 49), minor improvements	
Old Salmo Road (No. 81), reconstruction, widening, gravelling, and road-mix paving, 1.5 miles	
Casino Road (No. 65), reconstruction, widening, gravelling,
and road-mix paving, 1 mile	
Robson Townsite, reconstruction, widening and gravelling,
1 mile 	
Riverdale Townsite, reconstruction, widening, gravelling, and
road-mix paving, 1 mile	
Genelle Townsite, reconstruction, widening, gravelling, and
road-mix paving, 0.5 mile 	
Blueberry Townsite, reconstruction, widening, gravelling, and
road-mix paving, 1.5 miles	
Columbia Gardens Road (No. 108), reconstruction, widening, realignment, 1 mile; Columbia Gardens Cut-off
Road (No. 77), reconstruction, widening, gravelling,
and road-mix paving, 0.25 mile	
Main highways—slashing, weed and bush control	
$4,097.72
10,000.00
4,616.55
228.74
10,883.77
8,616.23
8,000.00
8,020.34
1,403.20
13,133.45
19,001.01
17,000.00
Pass Creek Road (No. 251), reconstruction, gravelling, road-
mix paving, 3.8 miles (Project No. 1662) 	
Southern Trans-Canada Highway (No. 3), Murphy Creek to
Sullivan Creek, Genelle to Blueberry Railway Crossing,
reconstruction, widening, realignment, grade revision,
4.94 miles; pulvimix, 1.46 miles (Project No. 1772)	
5105,001.01
25,000.00
550,000.00
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges	
Maintenance and operation of ferries	
Snow removal	
Surveys (general)—
Annable to West Trail (Project No. 1693)   $1,725.14
Kinnaird to Park Siding (Project No. 1693)   3,604.00
Merrys Flat to Waneta Junction (Project No. 1693)   2,023.00
South End Castlegar curb and gutter to Kinnaird Interchange (Project No. 1693)  6,280.07
West Trail to Merrys Flat (Project No. 1693)   18.29
Legal surveys—Schofield Highway, east boundary of Lot 538 to north boundary
of Lot 639, Kootenay (Project No. 1694) 	
Rights-of-way (general)—
Annable to West Trail (Project No. 1695)        $52,121.99
Trail Arterial Highway, Annable to West Trail, Section 2
(Project No. 1695)   28,431.74
Columbia River Highway, Thrums to Brilliant Bluff (Project
No. 1695)   70.00
Trail-Castlegar   Highway,   Genelle-China   Bluffs   section
(Project No. 1695)   1,460.95
Highway encroachment on railway right-of-way at Fruitvale
(Project No. 1695)   1,690.00
Kinnaird Interchange (Project No. 1695)   1,244.88
Kinnaird-Nelson Highway, Robson Access section (Project
No. 1695)   1,200.00
Rossland Arterial Highway section of the Southern Trans-
Canada Highway (Project No. 1695)   7,978.21
Trail Arterial Highway, West Trail-Glenmerry section (Project No. 1695)   15,605.80
$680,001.01
230,054.87
17,010.83
131,316.66
91,092.24
13,650.50
3,308.52
109,803.57
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 171
ROSSLAND-TRAIL DISTRICT— Continued
Construction—
Roads (general)—
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Trail to Salmo, construction, West Trail-Glenmerry section (Trail to
Merrys Flat) (Project No. 1208)         $67,969.53
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Kinnaird Interchange
section (Project No. 1460)        242,363.15
Columbia River to Thrums, construction (see also Nel-
son-Creston) (Project No. 1544)         512,007.33
Trail-Nelson Highway  No.   3a,  curb,   gutter,   storm
drainage, and paving (Project No. 1599)         172,432.35
Annable to West Trail, Section 2 (Project No. 1622)____ 92,893.81
Rossland Avenue and Victoria Street, Trail-Salmo
Highway at Trail, curb, gutter, storm drainage, and
paving (Project No. 1629)        271,372.53
Kinnaird Interchange lighting, Highway No. 3 (Project
No. 1711)   24,194.00
Bridges (general)—
Brilliant Bridge (Project No. 489)       $575,633.45
Kinnaird Bridge (Columbia River Bridge) (Project No.
440)     15,520.30
Southern Trans-Canada Highway, Kinnaird Overpass
and Ootischenia Fly-over (Project No. 537)   88,174.41
$1,383,232.70
679,328.16
Surfacing (general)—Road No. 46, Robson-Deer Park and Castlegar-Robson
sections (Project No. S-4365)   1,178.66
Total, Rossland-Trail District     $3,339,977.72
SAANICH AND THE ISLANDS DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1645)—
Beaver Point, reconstruct and pave, 1 mile  $17,000.00
Lyall Harbour, reconstruct and pave, 1 mile  4,000.00
Horton Bay, reconstruct and pave, 0.5 mile  12,000.00
Porlier Pass, reconstruct and pave, 1 mile  7,000.00
Bedwell Harbour, reconstruct and pave, 1 mile  12,000.00
$52,000.00
West Saanich Road, shouldering and ditching (Project No.
1646)     19,000.00
$71,000.00
Day labour—secondary highways—
Gorge Road (No. 154b) (Project No. 1797)         $66,891.89
Resthaven Drive, 1948 (Project No. 1798)   15,000.00
Ruby Road-Sinclair Road Link (Project No. 1812)  4,677.07
  86,568.96
Maintenance of roads  239,560.20
Maintenance of bridges  568.18
Maintenance and operation of ferries   39,998.04
Snow removal  13,248.69
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—District of North Saanich 5,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Ardwell Road South (Project No. 1693)  $176.00
Patricia Bay Highway, Trans-Canada Highway to Keating
Cross Road (Project No. 1693)  141.75
 • 317.75
Legal surveys—
Blackburn and Ganges-Fulford Roads through Section 14,
Ranges 4 and 5, and Sections 14, 15, 16, and 86, North
and South Saltspring Island (Project No. 1694)         $1,529.80
Fernhill Road right-of-way, Whalen Road to south boundary
of Parcel G, Plan 17303, Section 9, Mayne Island (Project No. 1694)   1,194.48
J
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SAANICH AND THE ISLANDS DISTRICT— Continued
Legal surveys—Continued
Georgina Point Road through the North-east Quarter of Section 12, Mayne Island (Project No. 1694)   $372.90
Plan of subdivision part of North-east Quarter of Section 8,
Saturna Island yard-site and gravel pit (Project No.
1694)    392.05
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—Victoria Outlet (Project No. 1705) __
Rights-of-way (general)—
Patricia Bay Highway, Ardwell Road-Bazan Bay section
(Project No. 1695)   $42.10
Relocation of Patricia Bay Highway (Project No. 1695)  29,261.24
Relocation of Patricia Bay Highway, off Cordova Bay Road
near Elk Lake (Project No. 1695)  53,016.78
Relocation of Patricia Bay Highway, Tolmie Avenue to Mc-
Kenzie Avenue (Project No. 1695)  2,164.60
Patricia Bay Highway, Swartz Bay-Ardwell Road section
(additional right-of-way) (Project No. 1695)  550.00
Construction—■
Roads  (general)—Patricia Bay Highway,  reconstruction,
Swartz Bay-Ardwell Road section (Project No. 1590) __     $501,466.77
Intersection lighting, Highway No. 17, Swartz Bay-Ardwell
Road section (Project No. E-3465)   14,224.74
$3,489.23
7,198.98
Total, Saanich and the Islands District.
85,034.72
515,691.51
$1,067,676.26
SHUSWAP DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1654)—
Sunnybrae-Canoe Point Road (No. 28), reconstruction, 1.2 miles	
Sorrento-Eagle Bay Road (No. 67), reconstruction, Mile 6.5 to Mile 7.8	
Aylmer Road (No. 191), reconstruction, 0.5 mile
Chase streets (No. 195), reconstruction, 2.3 miles
Kamloops-Shuswap Road (No. 223), reconstruction,  1.2 miles 	
Yankee Flats Road (No. 363), reconstruction,
Mile 6.7 to Mile 8.7	
Notch  Hill  Road   (No.   410),   reconstruction,
Mile 4 to Mile 6     12,000.00
Squilax-Anglemont Road (No. 446), reconstruction, Mile 21.1 to Mile 22.6     12,000.00
$3,155.36
16,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
4,844.64
10,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1653)—
Solsqua to Sicamous (No. 270), reconstruction,
0.8 mile	
Trans-Canada Highway, slope seeding, 20 miles
Cambie to Solsqua (No. 250), reconstruction,
1.5 miles 	
$5,000.00
2,255.70
5,651.00
Enderby-Mabel Lake Road, widening and reconstruction, 5
miles (Project No. 1651)	
$65,000.00
12,906.70
12,500.00
Day labour—secondary highways—Cliff Street (No. 33b), paving (Project No.
1799)  	
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and operation of ferries .
Snow removal	
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—
City of Enderby	
Township of Spallumcheen	
$4,000.00
4,000.00
$90,406.70
3,800.00
311,657.57
61,516.36
18,000.00
108,435.12
8,000.00
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 173
SHUSWAP DISTRICT— Continued
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)-—Truck lanes (see also Kamloops and Revel-
stoke-Slocan) (Project No. 1704)   $25,427.37
Surveys (general)—Monte Creek to Falkland (see also Kamloops) (Project No.
1693)     37,797.39
Legal surveys—
Balmoral Road (No. 66), Balmoral to Blind Bay (Project
No. 1694)   $2,543.50
Deep Creek Road (No. 34) through West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 21 and East Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 20, Township 19, Range 9
(Project No. 1694)   200.00
Okanagan Highway right-of-way through part of South-west
Quarter of Section 14, Plans 19, B 1318, and Lots 1 and
2, Plan 1937, and Lot 5, Plan 3327, District Lot 526
(Project No. 1694)   960.00
3,703.50
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Balmoral to Sorrento-Shuswap (Project No. 1705)  $28.26
Salmon Arm By-pass (Project No. 1705)  11,140.00
  11,168.26
Paving (Trans^Canada Highway)—Sicamous-Revelstoke section (see also Revel-
stoke-Slocan) (Project No. S-8566)   65,288.13
Surfacing (general)—■
Vernon-Sicamous and Vernon South Highways, Armstrong-
Grindrod and Vernon South sections (see also North
Okanagan) (Project No. S-2265)       $98,295.62
Kamloops-Vernon Highway, Westwold sections, preparatory
work (Project No. S-2266)        302,510.88
Balmoral to Notch Hill, base processing  7,269.14
Chase streets, base processing  7,159.08
Monte Lake, base processing  4,824.42
Salmon Arm Frontage Road, base processing  5,499.13
Squilax to Anglemont, base processing  6,962.98
432,521.25
Total, Shuswap District     $1,177,721.65
SKEENA DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Smithers By-pass (Project No. 1577) .      $156,226.40
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Moricetown Overhead
approaches (Project No. 1592) '.  98,147.31
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Trout Creek Bridge
approaches (Project No. 1572) ___ .'_ __„___ 6,707.70
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway,  John  Brown  Creek,
culvert and fill (Project No. 1441)         53,055.80
Kispiox Road, general improvements (Project No. 1670) _____ 15,000.00
Babine Road, general improvements (Project No. 1670)  30,000.00
Roads in the Lakelse Lake area (No. 1004), clear and construct 1 mile of subdivision road at Lakelse Lake (Project No. 1671)  25,220.06
Roads in Remo South area (No. 1005), clear, grub, and reconstruct one-half mile of the Remo Road (No. 7)
(Project No. 1671)   9,779.94
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway West (No. 16w),
Kwinitsa Siding extension, reconstruct one-half mile of
road at Kwinitsa to accommodate the C.N.R. siding extension (Project No. 1734)  15,000.00
       $409,137.21
Day labour—bridges—Smithers Bridge (Bulkley River, temporary spans) (Project No. 571)   91,000.00
Maintenance of roads         435,923.46
Maintenance of bridges  83,813.78
Maintenance and operation of ferries  34,114.40
Snow removal  170,700.04
 C 174 HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued
Surveys (general)—
Horn Lake Road (Project No. 1693)  $18,165.81
Kitseguecla West (Project No. 1693)  798.04
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Terrace to Telkwa (see
also Omineca) (Project No. 1693)  11,436.32
Prince Rupert-Terrace Bridge section (Project No. 1693)  1,919.40
Smithers to Babine Lake (Project No. 1693)  10,601.98
Telkwa to Seaton (Project No. 1693)  7,332.74
Terrace By-pass (Project No. 1693)  1,852.57
Terrace to Shames (Project No. 1693)  53,374.47
Legal surveys—
Kitimat-Minette Bay Road, Kitimat to Alcan Power-line
right-of-way (Project No. 1694)         $8,218.14
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, north boundary of District Lot 2962 to west boundary of District Lot 1230,
Cassiar District (Project No. 1694)  5,711.52
Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Lakelse Slide section  (Project
No. 1694)   3,427.84
Rights-of-way (general)—
Hazelton East Overhead approaches (Project No. 1695)         $4,415.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Copper River-Usk section (Project No. 1695)  8.25
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Hells Bells Creek-
Boulder Creek section (Project No. 1695)  1,153.25
Northern Trans-Provincial  Highway,  John Brown Creek
Bridge elimination (Project No. 1695)  5,251.75
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lot 5181-Usk section
(Project No. 1695)   3,600.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Moricetown Overhead
(Project No. 1695)          11,781.00
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Smithers to Telkwa
(Project No. 1695)   18,697.46
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Terrace Bridge to Copper River (Project No. 1695)  4,500.85
Terrace-Kitimat Highway, Lakelse landslides (Project No.
1695)     4,500.00
Construction—
Roads (general)—
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Lot 5181-Usk section (Project No. 1288)  $1,950.36
Northern   Trans-Provincial   Highway,   reconstruction,
Copper River-Usk section (Project No. 1360)        126,758.19
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Mudflat Creek to
Seaton Overhead, Seaton section (Project No. 1379)        220,729.84
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Terrace Bridge to
Copper River (Project No. 1459)        103,643.02
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, clearing and grubbing, Hells Bells Creek-Lot 5181 section (Project
1545)           20,901.48
Boulder Creek West to Hells Bells Creek, grubbing
(Project No. 1546)          13,243.96
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Boulder Creek
West-Hells Bells Creek section, reconstruction
(Project No. 1616)   17,054.96
Hells Bells Creek to Lot 5181 (Project No. 1617)         28,506.41
Bridges (general)—
Mudflat Creek Overhead Crossing (Project No. 452) ....        $2,073.85
Moricetown Overhead and Trout Creek Bridges (Project No. 529)         120,902.22
Williams and Hatchery Creek Bridges, Terrace-Kitimat
Highway (Project No. 460)  9,501.51
Kleanza (Gold) Creek Bridge (Project No. 527)         66,198.05
Chimdemash Creek Bridge (Project No. 498)  197.60
$105,481.33
17,357.50
53,907.56
532,788.22
198,873.23
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 175
SKEENA DISTRICT—Continued
Surfacing (general)—
Lot 5181-Usk and Kitseguecla-West Boulder Creek sections
(Project No. S-6665)       $335,268.84
Northern Trans-Provincial Highway, Carnaby-Skeena Crossing and New Hazelton sections (Project No. S-6666) —      373,216.76
       $708,485.60
Total, Skeena District    $2,841,582.33
SOUTH OKANAGAN DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—
Joe Rich Road (Project No. 1374)       $408,000.00
Side roads (Project No. 1652)          46,451.73
        $454,451.73
Maintenance of roads           207,534.06
Maintenance of bridges  80,846.89
Snow removal  48,308.21
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—Princeton Avenue, Peachland --   -- _-  4,000.00
Surveys (general)—
Kelowna to McCulloch (Project No. 1693)       $12,194.50
Kelowna to McKinley Landing (Project No. 1693)   12,003.07
24,197.57
Legal surveys—Okanagan Highway, Glenmore Road to Penno Road (Kelowna
to Ellison Overhead)  (Project No.  1694)   12,437.90
Rights-of-way (general)—
Joe Rich Road (Project No. 1695)         $56,495.20
Highway No. 97, Kelowna, widening (Project No. 1695) ____ 2,045.00
Okanagan Highway, Peachland to Powers Creek (Project
No. 1695)   61.98
Slough Creek Bridge (Project No. 1695)   5,100.00
63,702.18
Surfacing (general) — Glenmore Street and Bernard Avenue, miscellaneous
paving  2,000.00
Total, South Okanagan District         $897,478.54
SOUTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—
Sundry—56.05 miles of farm and settlement regraded, 16
miles newly constructed, 79.8 miles newly gravelled,
and 32.6 miles regravelled (Project No. 1667)       $125,000.00
Dawson Creek-Clayhurst, 5.2 miles of soil cement (Project
No. 1726)         449,800.63
Lone Prairie Road, 13.1 miles regraded and 5.2 miles gravelled (Project No. 1739)   70,000.00
Day labour—bridges (Project No. 541)—
Dawson Creek-Alberta Boundary Highway, finish construction of Bisette Creek Bridge (No. 31)         $11,268.93
John Hart-Peace River Highway, complete construction of
Fish Creek Bridge (No. 21)  7,946.42
John Hart-Peace River Highway, complete construction of
Crassier Creek Bridge (No. 23)   4,607.30
John Hart-Peace River Highway, complete construction of
Wildmare Bridge (No. 132)   9,623.41
$33,446.06
Alaska Highway, redeck the Kiskatinaw River Bridge (Project No. 539)   16,542.73
$644,800.63
49,988.79
Maintenance of roads         273,701.38
Maintenance of bridges  28,000.00
Maintenance and operation of ferries  37,307.07
Snow removal         193,793.00
 C 176 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
SOUTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT—Continued
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—
City of Dawson Creek   $6,000.00
Village of Chetwynd  4,997.68
  $10,997.68
Rights-of-way (general)—Pouce Coupe-Alberta Boundary Highway (Project
No. 1695)   35.00
Construction—roads (general)—
John Hart-Peace  River  Highway,  reconstruction   (Project
No. 1358)       $ 191,056.82
Hudson  Hope-Chetwynd Highway,   construction,  Hudson
Hope to Chetwynd, Section 1  (see also North Peace
River) (Project No. 1377)   27,334.01
John Hart-Peace River Highway, Willow Flats to Coyote
Flats (Project No. 1489)        756,030.31
Hudson  Hope-Chetwynd  Highway,  construction,   Hudson
Hope to Chetwynd, Section 2 (Project No. 1490)         997,631.82
Hudson Hope-Chetwynd Highway, reconstruction, Hudson
Hope to Chetwynd, Section 3 (Project No. 1491)         710,276.22
       2,682,329.18
Surfacing  (general)—South Peace River section  (includes Arras to Dawson
Creek to Pouce Coupe) (Project No. S-6764)   183,429.11
Total, South Peace River District      $4,104,381.84
SURREY DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—Trans-Canada Highway (No. 379r), minor improvements
(Project No. 1640)   $2,218.10
Day labour—bridges—
Serpentine Bridge (No. 32), widening (Project No. 582) ___.       $18,740.76
Cleaning and painting Pattullo Bridge (Project No. 572) .... 98,626.79
  117,367.55
Maintenance of roads  125,151.10
Maintenance of bridges  178,533.54
Snow removal  18,734.54
Surveys (general)—
King George VI Highway (see also Delta) (Project No. 1693)       $14,279.89
Surrey Perimeter Highway (Project No. 1693)   3,222.71
Legal surveys—■
Fraser Highway, additional right-of-way, Sections 35  and
36, Block 5 north, Range 2 west (Project No. 1694) ____ $75.00
Trans-Canada Highway, widening Johnston Road (Project
No. 1694)   283.82
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Port Mann to Halls Prairie (Project No. 1705)   $99.56
North Surrey to Port Mann (Project No. 1705)   88.27
17,502.60
358.82
187.83
Rights-of-way (general)—Surrey Perimeter (Project No. 1695)   11,500.00
Construction—roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination,
Highways Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willing-
don, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Richmond, and Vancouver
East) (Project No. E-3265)   8,330.24
Surfacing (general)—King George VI Highway, Sandell Road to Scott Road,
miscellaneous paving   20,000.00
Total, Surrey District         $499,884.32
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE
C 177
VANCOUVER EAST DISTRICT
Legal surveys—Trans-Canada Highway, additional right-of-way in part of Lot
4, Plan 9891, North Half of Section 39, Town of Hastings (Project No.
1694)
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)-
Bridge (Project No. 1705)
-South approach to Second Narrows
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—Vancouver-Fraser River section (Contract
No. 5) (see also Burnaby-Willingdon) (Project No. 885-5) 	
Construction—roads (general)—Miscellaneous lighting and sign illumination,
Highways Nos. 401 and 499 (see also Burnaby-Edmonds, Burnaby-Willingdon, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Richmond, and Surrey)
(Project No. E-3265) 	
Total, Vancouver East District	
$171.84
38.40
22,364.12
2,082.56
$24,656.92
VANCOUVER CENTRE DISTRICT
Surveys (general)—Stanley Park Pedestrian Overpass (Project No. 1693)
Total, Vancouver Centre District  	
$72.13
$72.13
VANCOUVER-POINT GREY DISTRICT
Day labour—roads—South-west Marine Drive, reconstruct 1.8 miles (grading,
cement process base) (Project No. 1730) 	
Maintenance of roads 	
Snow removal	
Surveys (general)—16th Avenue extension (Project No. 1693) 	
Legal surveys—South-west Marine Drive, referencing monument (Project No.
1694)  _.	
Construction—roads (general)—16th Avenue to Marine Drive, city of Vancouver (Project No. 1575) 	
Surfacing (general)—South-west Marine Drive, concrete pavement (Project No.
S-0566)	
Total, Vancouver-Point Grey District 	
$450,221.39
22,822.43
508.32
300.00
96.50
8,594.36
131,729.09
$614,272.09
WEST VANCOUVER-HOWE SOUND DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1643)—
Upper Squamish Road, reconstruction, 4.38 miles.
Pemberton Portage Road, gravelling, 12 miles	
Day labour—joads—
Garibaldi Highway, Squamish-Pemberton section, Suicide
Hill (Project No. 1282)	
Squamish-Brackendale Road, Mamquam-Red Bridge section, Squamish By-pass, 2.05 miles (Project No. 1542)
Access to west side of Alta Lake, 0.49 mile (Project No.
1725)  	
Maintenance of roads	
Maintenance of bridges	
Maintenance and operation of ferries	
Snow removal
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—
District of Squamish	
Village of Pemberton	
Surveys (general)—
Cheekeye to Pemberton (Project No. 1693) .
Cypress Bowl Access (Project No. 1693)	
Squamish to Cheekeye (Project No. 1693) __.
$16,844.80
5,655.20
$22,500.00
38,012.28
20,000.00
9,623.91
$4,000.00
2,632.78
$15,290.64
27,072.02
1,619.98
$90,136.19
170,118.79
9,580.03
147,685.11
57,797.16
6,632.78
43,982.64
 C 178 HIGHWAYS REPORT,  1966/67
WEST VANCOUVER-HOWE SOUND DISTRICT—Continued
Legal surveys—-
Horseshoe Bay-Pemberton Highway, Red Bridge-Mamquam
River section (Project No. 1694)         $9,426.17
Horseshoe Bay-Pemberton Highway, south boundary of District Lot 1758 to east boundary of District Lot 3363
(Project No. 1694)   9,298.41
Horseshoe Bay-Pemberton Highway, west boundary of Timber Licence 43716 to north boundary of District Lot
4753 (Project No. 1694)  3,142.64
Pemberton Meadows Road,  Pemberton Village to north
boundary of Lot 186 (Project No. 1694)  3,753.25
Plan of subdivision part of District Lot 5024, Group 1,
N.W.D., Devine Gravel Pit (Project No. 1694)  1,100.90
Trans-Canada Highway, Taylor Way to Horseshoe Bay, subdivision plan, Lots 11 to 14, Block B, District Lot 815,
Group 1, N.W.D., Plan 9624 (Project No. 1694)  252.50
Trans-Canada Highway, Upper Levels right-of-way through
Lots 6 and 7, District Lot 1069, Group 1, N.W.D.
(Project No. 1694)   147.80
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Horseshoe Bay to Taylor Way (Project No. 1705)      $881,538.67
Upper Levels section, North Vancouver (Project No. 1705)       869,462.14
Rights-of-way (general)—
Britannia-Squamish Highway (Project No. 1695)  $2,606.10
Garibaldi Highway, Red Bridge-Mamquam section to P.G.E.
Railway (Project No. 1695) (Credit) 3,100.00
Garibaldi Highway, Squamish to Cheekeye  (Project No.
1695)     1.00
Horseshoe Bay-Pemberton Highway,  Britannia-Squamish
section (Project No. 1695)          13,335.70
Horseshoe Bay to Pemberton (Project No. 1695)  261.00
Garibaldi Highway, Red Bridge-Mamquam section (Project
No.   1695)  30.00
Construction—•
Roads (general)—
Horseshoe  Bay-Pemberton Highway,  reconstruction,
Britannia Beach-Squamish section  (Project No.
1621)         $566,709.63
Porteau Slide (Project No. 1717)  35,085.38
Bridges (general)—
Garibaldi Highway, Daisy Lake Bridge (Project No. 506) $1,791.65
Mamquam Blind Channel Bridge (Project No. 486).— 9,677.31
Cheakamus River Bridge (Project No. 525)  51,161.14
Surfacing (general)—
Garibaldi Highway, Alice Lake Road-Alta Lake section,
crushing of gravel (Project No. S-0565)      $581,255.45
Squamish sections, paving (Project No. S-0266)         71,301.72
$27,121.67
1,751,000.81
13,133.80
601,795.01
62,630.10
652,557.17
Total, West Vancouver-Howe Sound District    $3,634,171.26
YALE-LILLOOET DISTRICT
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1656)—
Princeton-Kamloops Highway, reconstruction,
base strengthening, gravelling, road-mix
paving, grading and gravelling shoulders,
between Mile 62.5 and Mile 71.0 (Nicola-
Quilchena section)   $40,000.00
Merritt-Spences Bridge Highway, reconstruction,
road-mix paving, gravelling base and shoulders, between Mile 3.2 and Mile 8.9;
widening rock corner and gravelling, Mile
2.9 to Mile 3.2      17,500.00
 REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF EXPENDITURE C 179
YALE-LILLOOET DISTRICT—Continued
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1656)—Continued
Douglas Lake Road, reconstruction, road-mix
paving, gravelling base and shoulders,
Mile 0.00 to Mile 1.25     $7,500.00
Othello Road, reconstruction, improving alignment, ditching, and gravelling, Mile 3.1
to Mile  3.6       10,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1650)—
Lillooet-Cache Creek (No. 12b), reconstruction, Mile 43 to Mile 49 (4 miles)   $50,000.00
Lytton-Lillooet (No. 12a), paving to Big Slide
(blade mix), 1.8 miles        6,000.00
Lillooet-Cache Creek (No. 12b), reconstruction, Mile 40 to Mile 41 (1 mile)      18,083.26
Lillooet-Pioneer (No. 40), reconstruction, Mile
0.0 to Mile 2.0 and Mile 2.3 to Mile 2.6;
blade mix, 2.3 miles      10,916.74
$75,000.00
Day labour—roads (Project No. 1655)—
Southern   Trans-Canada  Highway,   widen  for
third lane, 3 miles   $20,000.00
East Princeton Townsite, reconstruction, 1 mile      4,000.00
Fencing Crown land        1,000.00
85,000.00
25,000.00
Trans-Canada Highway, prepare shoulders in various sections between Mile 178.13 and Mile 215.20 for installation of concrete no-post guard rail (Project No. 1837) 24,932.43
$209,932.43
Maintenance of roads         800,752.21
Maintenance of bridges  106,820.47
Maintenance and operation of ferries  87,630.64
Snow removal         309,920.68
Highways within municipal limits (local highways)—Village of Princeton  4,000.00
Surveys (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Tank Hill washouts (Project No. 1704)   $550.00
Flood to Haig (via Hope) (Project No. 1704)   295.00
Relocation, Three Mile Corner, Lytton-Tank Hill section
(Project No. 1704)   1,644.45
Surveys (general)—
Hope-Princeton Slide (Project No. 1693)   $365.93
Lillooet, curb and gutter (Project No. 1693)   286.00
Lytton approaches (Project No. 1693)    826.68
Legal surveys—
South boundary of Section 24, Township 14, Range 27, to
south boundary of Klackamitch Indian Reservation No.
17 (Project No. 1694)   $1,534.15
Lytton-Lillooet Highway, north boundary of District Lot
4940 to north boundary of McCartney Flat Indian
Reservation No. 4 (Project No.  1694)    2,564.59
South boundary of Lot 1589 to north boundary of Joeyaska
Indian Reservation No. 2, south boundary of Lot 4691
to east boundary of Lot 202, north boundary of Lot 194
to east boundary of Lot 4550, K.D.Y.D. (Project No.
1694)  6,320.66
Rights-of-way (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Boston Bar to China Bar (Project No. 1705)   $660.00
Boston Bar to Salkeld Flats (Project No. 1705)   472.50
Bridal Falls-Cheam section (Project No. 1705)   7,016.90
Haig Overhead (Project No. 1705)   1,068.00
Hedstrom Hill to Hope (Project No. 1705)   1,500.00
Siska to Kanaka Bar (Project No. 1705)   96.00
Vicinity of Jones Hill (Project No. 1705)   7,000.00
Widening for truck lane (Project No. 1705)   156.50
2,489.45
1,478.61
10,419.40
17,969.90
Rights-of-way (general)—Princeton By-pass (Project No. 1695)   6,050.00
 C 180
HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1966/67
YALE-LILLOOET DISTRICT— Continued
Construction—
Roads (Trans-Canada Highway)—
Alexandra North (Project No. 1258)
China Bar-Hells Gate section (Project No. 1260) 	
Hope-Oregon Jack section,  guard-rail,   (Project No.
1387)   	
$937.00
5,916.78
87,297.04
Bridges (general)—Hope-Princeton bridges, eastern sector, (Project No.
500)
Surfacing (general)—
Ashcroft Access Road (see also Kamloops)  (Project No.
S-2666)
Summers Creek Bridge approaches, base processing
Total, Yale-Lillooet District	
$225,616.03
1,666.21
$94,150.82
46,132.46
227,282.24
$1,925,029.31
Printed by A. Sutton, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1967
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