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 Province of British Columbia
MINISTRY OF
TRANSPORTATION
AND HIGHWAYS
REPORT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
1980/81
ISSN 0706-1897
1981
 To the Honourable Henry P. Bell-Irving, D.S.O., O.B.E., E.D.
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it Please Your Honour:
Herewith I respectfully submit the Annual Report of the Ministry of Transportation o|
Highways for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1981 in compliance with the provisions oIk
Ministry of Transportation and Highways Act.
ALEX. V. FRASER
Minister of Transportation and Highways
Office cf the Minister of
Transportation and Highways
Parliament Buildings, July 31,  1981
 The Honourable Alex. V. Fraser,
Minister of Transportation and Highways
 Victoria, B.C., August 8, 1
The Honourable Alex. V. Fraser,
Minister of Transportation
and Highways,
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C.
Sir:
I am pleased and honoured to present the Annual Report of this Ministry for the fiscal i
ended March 31st, 1981.
General comments on the year's activity follow with identification of senior official
The main body of the report identifies the various branches and their directors wiflaEK
reports and statistics.
Respectfully submitted
R. G. HARVEY
Deputy Minister
R.G. HARVEY
 ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTERS
a. e. rhodes
Administration
T. R. JOHNSON
HIGHWAYS
K. D. A. KASIANCHUK
TRANSPORT POLICY
R. G. WHITLOCK
MOTOR VEHICLES
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS
MS. WHITE
INSTRUCTION
P. J. CARR
OPERATIONS
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  ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
GENERAL COMMENTS:
Production and work loads in various sections of the Ministry's administrative department
: tinued heavy in the second year of the merging of transportation and highways functions and as
™t of a continuing large highway construction program.
The detailed summary of expenditures shown elsewhere in this report reflect basically the
seJevel of spending as in the Ministry's budget of 1979/80. A relatively small increase is
ieyer reflected in the capital construction program which is due primarily to the commence-
t it of those special projects associated with the Fraser River Crossing and the Northeast Coal
liffipment area.
By the end of the fiscal year the total regular work force in the Ministry stood at just under
ho employees. The total takes into consideration the transfer of the Communications section
ii the Ministry to the Ministry of Universities, Science and Communications, and the addition
impositions to the Aircraft Services Branch and the Port Albion-Fort Langley Ferry.
An additional 3,086 auxiliary employees were on staff in August, 1980 at peak, including
students, somewhat lower than the previous year with 3,200 regulars and 400 students.
A 16 per cent enrollment increase in the Ministry's Highway Technology Training Program
t noted to a total of 2,350 students over 1979/80 figures. There were 950 applications for other
trses outside the Ministry.
The Ministry's property services branch handled some 2,100 new property acquisitions
I ng 1980/81, some 1,341 of them completed and the rest still under negotiation by the end of
I fiscal year.
The third year of operation for the Ministry's building services branch saw the start or
tpletion of 16 projects and planning for four more. One property was acquired for a new
tbined paving and material testing laboratory.
The contract documents section advertised and awarded 112 highway construction, paving,
ige and ferry contracts, a decline from the previous years' total of 160.
Information services wrote and distributed about 300 new releases on all aspects of the
nistry's operation, handled some 600 pieces of correspondence and about 4,000 telephone
nines. The office also managed a program of public service advertising, produced brochures,
sted in the preparation of the annual report and organized production and distribution of a 90-
: branch and statistical data report to the Legislature.
HIGHWAYS DIVISION
GENERAL COMMENTS:
Although costs continued to rise due to inflation, maintenance of roads and bridges, and
nation of the Ministry ferry fleet were maintained to acceptable levels of service.
A minor betterment program to undertake miscellaneous improvements to sub-standard
tions of the road network and reduce maintenance costs was successfully completed in the 38
nway districts. The total expenditure for the Province amounted to $10,309,000.
A program of construction and re-construction of minor bridges by district bridge crews
sinued. In the year a total of 48 bridges was completed in the six regions.
During the year district operational crews were faced with various emergencies, including
1 flood damage repair and restoration of damaged or lost bridges.
The Nechako River Bridge at Vanderhoof was extensively damaged by fire and repaired. The
- r Creek Bridge on Highway 37 A at Stewart was destroyed by fire and replaced temporarily by a
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 Bailey bridge. The collapse of the Rattlesnake Bridge on Highway 8 near Spences Bridge 4
caused by a vehicle accident and was replaced temporarily by a Bailey bridge.
In late December heavy rainfall and rapid snow melt resulted in flood conditioiM
extensive damage, including road and bridge washouts, in the Lower Mainland and Vancoir
Island Districts, Bella Coola area in the Williams Lake District and as well in the Merrl! d
Lillooet Highways Districts. The total cost of flood damage repairs was in the order of sen
million dollars.
The prompt and efficient manner in which repairs were completed in these emergencies vh
the least possible inconvenience to the travelling public is a credit to the district operational cr s
in the respective regions.
ENGINEERING
In highway design emphasis continued on projects on the Terrace-Rupert, Coqiffi
Revelstoke-Mica, Prince George-Dawson Creek, Victoria-Campbell River, Kitwanga-Meziat
Penticton-Vernon and Chetwynd-Tumbler Ridge sections. A start was made on the Ann; si
project. During the year 23 designs for contract construction, totalling 182 km of highway, we
completed, and 56 designs for day labor totalling 170 km. Thirty-nine bridge designs™
completed during the year of which 13 were by consultants. Twenty-three vehicle bridges and |
pedestrian bridges were constructed.
Design was completed for double level loading at the Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay fey
terminals and for a new berth at Departure Bay, and construction commenced. Major constOTli
of a new berth at Prince Rupert was undertaken. A new terminal was built at Skidegate fore
Queen Charlotte Islands to Prince Rupert run.
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
Fifty-five major projects were active during 1980/81. Some 139 km of2-lane highway and
km of 4-Iane highway were completed at a cost of $114,000,000.
Thirty-seven paving contracts were active during 1980/81. Some 2,000 lane-km of high*y
were paved with asphalt concrete and 1,000 lane-km of highway were seal coated.
During the fiscal year, legal surveys defined 385 km of highway right of way.
TRANSPORTATION DIVISION
GENERAL COMMENTS:
During the year organizational changes were introduced within the Transportation Divisn
to provide for a more efficient Ministry reporting structure and to enable the Ministry to respd
more effectively to the needs of the Province and industry in the area of transportation analysis tl
planning.
A major thrust of the change was an administrative realignment within the Motor Vehfe
Branch which saw the creation of two new director level positions in the areas of Standards d
Compliance, and Administration and Safety Programs, with direct responsibility to the Supei
tendent of Motor Vehicles.
The Director of Standards and Compliance coordinates the administration of the vehicit
functions of the Ministry, i.e., Motor Vehicle Inspection, Weigh Scales, etc., and the DiregoiJ
Administration and Safety Programs encompasses a general administrative responsibility withe
specialized functions of safety and the transportation of dangerous goods.
The remaining areas of responsibility within the scope of the Transportation DivisionEfj
Ministry, i.e., Transport Policy Analysis, Transportation Engineering and Inspection, the if
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 isport Assistance Program, and the overall responsibility for intergovernmental liaison fall
in the purvue of the Assistant Deputy Minister of Transportation Policy.
Other changes include the transfer of the Air Services Branch to the Administrative Division
jigMinistry, under the guidance of the Assistant Deputy Minister of Administration and
tjnce. and a shared responsibility for the Highways (Industrial) Act between the Highways
psion and the Motor Vehicle Branch.
m reference to specific projects, some of the highlights of the Ministry's accomplishments
is follows:
The Motor Vehicle Branch was involved in the negotiation of an interprovincial licensing
ement designed to increase the efficiency of the use of equipment for interprovincial carriers.
iMotor Vehicle Task Force Report, completed during the year, involved members of the senior
of the Branch who made a substantial contribution to the development of the ultimate
Immendations. The Ministry, through the Motor Vehicle Branch, was designated to undertake
Jbidinating role in the ongoing program towards regulatory control in the area of transportation
ptngerous goods. Considerable progress has been made relative to the movement of dangerous
tlson highway and by rail; however, much is yet to be accomplished which will require the full
deration of all concerned. Significant advancement was also made in the field of commercial
tele operational safety, through the introduction of a commercial vehicle on-highway inspec-
l< program throughout the Province. In addition, the Motor Vehicle Branch changed the fee
l:ture for motor vehicles and commercial vehicles.
I In the area of Transportation Policy, major strides have been made in the field of railway
Rational safety, and new programs have been implemented in inspection, investigation and
pitoring of all facets of railway operation.
I The Air Transport Assistance Program continued in the assessment and approval of a
fificant number of grants for assistance in local airport construction and rehabilitation
ughout the Province for a total expenditure of $3,965,000.
The Ministry continued to assist with the provision of air ambulance service to all points in
shColumbia in cooperation with the Health Ministry, as well as provide aerial photography
:ices and air transportation for the Provincial Government. A new policy now allows for
rial flights (for other than Ministers) to be booked the same as scheduled flights through the
iel Recording Centre. Special flights for ministers continue to be booked directly with the
hatch Office.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1  1
I ster's Letter  2
to of Minister  3
ity Minster's Letter and Photo   4
os of Assistant Deputy Ministers and Executive Directors ii£'..  5
lquarters Organization _  7
inistration Division  9
iiways Division  9
spoliation Division .3  10
: of Contents  13
stry Personnel as at March 31, 1981  15
ADMINISTRATION
Director of Personnel Programs    21
Director of Property Services    23
Qirector of Building Services    24
Insurance and Claims Officer    25
Contract Documents Officer    27
Director of Air Services   106
Director of Financial Services  108
HIGHWAYS
Director of Maintenance Services  245
■ Maintenance Management „„  246
Director of Equipment Services   258
■ Superintendent of Ferries  264
■ Communications Engineer  266
■ Regional Reports  268
Director of Construction  355
Director of Paving   361
Land Surveys Officer  368
Director of Highway Design and Surveys   369
Director of Geotechnical and Materials Engineering  393
Director Bridge Engineering  403
■ Bridge Design Engineer ...i,_^.„_.  409
■Bridge Construction Engineer ..._  409
Dock Design, Construction and Maintenance  417
Director of Traffic Engineering  419
Director of Planning    421
■Municipal Programs Section  423
■ Systems Planning Section  423
■ Approvals Section  424
■Highway Safety Engineer   439
13
 TRANSPORTATION
Transport Policy
Transport Policy Analysis Branch        .... <,|
Air Transport Assistance Program <(."
Engineering Branch	
Motor Vehicle Branch
Motor Vehicle Division    n\
Drivers Licence Division  .... !i|
Motor Vehicle Inspection Division,.,!.,.,,  -3;
Commercial Transport Division Stt
 SENIOR MINISTRY PERSONNEL
As At March 31, 1981
,    The Honourable Alex. V. Fraser, Minister of Transportation and Highways
R. G. Harvey, P.Eng., Deputy Minister Transportation and Highways
ADMINISTRATION
.fiaiodes. Assistant Deputy Minister                     D. Gray. Manager, Building Services
. Limacher. Director of Personnel Programs          R. J. Baines. Senior Information Officer
Price. Director of Financial Services                    R. A. Fisher. Contract Documents Officer
1 Perry. Director of Aircraft Services                       G. A. Cavin, Insurance and Claims Officer
1. Brown, Director of Property Services
HIGHWAY OPERATIONS
Johnson, P.Eng., Assistant Deputy Minister         J. Lisman, P.Eng., Highway Safety Engineer
;. Elston. P.Eng., Executive Director, Engi-          R. G. White, P.Eng., Executive Director. Con-
ering Division                                                          struction Division
Readshaw, P.Eng.. Director of Highway De-          N. R. Zapf, Director of Construction
:n and Surveys                                                      D. F. Martin, P.Eng., Director of Paving
G. Kerr, P.Eng., Director of Geotechnical          P. J. Carr, P.Eng., Executive Director. Operational
a* Materials Engineering                                            Services
!. lohnson, P.Eng., Director of Bridge          P. B. MacCarthy, P.Eng., Directorof Maintenance
^neering                                                                 Services
| Coupe. P.Eng.. Director of Traffic          E. A. Lund. P.Eng., Director of Equipment
gineering                                                                 Services
.. Earkes, P.Eng., Director of Planning
TRANSPORTATION POLICY
v. Kasianchuk. Ph.D., Assistant Deputy          F. H. Christenson. P.Eng.. Chief Inspection
inister                                                                      Engineer
nt. Director Transport Policy Analysis                    A. Shaw, C.A.M.. Director of Special Projects
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
3 G. R. Sutherland, Chairman                               A. R. Fitch. Superintendent of Motor Carriers
MOTOR VEHICLE BRANCH
i. Whitlock. Superintendent of Motor Vehicles          P. Toogood, Director Standards and Compliance
. Jackman. Deputy Superintendent Vehicle         J. F. Phillips. Director Administration and Safety
d Driver Licensing                                                    Programs
HIGHWAY FIELD OPERATIONS
Region 1
1. O'Connor, P.Eng., Regional Highway          L. H. Mercier, Regional Property Negotiator
igineer                                                                 R. D. Page. Regional Traffic Superintendent
/. Veitch, Regional Maintenance Operations         T. R. Yearsley, Regional Mechanical Superinten-
anager                                                                     dent
a R. Fru, P.Eng., Regional Construction          R. Winbow, District Highways Manager
igineer                                                                 T. M. Forsyth. District Highways Manager
arlinge. Regional Superintendent of Highway          H. F. Blunden. District Highways Manager
:sign and Surveys                                                  P. S. Dunn, District Highways Manager
'. R. Eastman, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical         T. A. Tasaka, P.Eng.. Dock Engineer
d Materials Engineer                                             H. Gutteridge, District Electrical Manager
'nds, Regional Paving Superintendent
15
 Region 2
R. W. Gittins, P.Eng., Regional Highway
Engineer
D. C. MacVicar, P.Eng., Regional Maintenance
Operations Manager
A. W. Slater, P.Eng., Regional Construction
Engineer
A. W. G. Smith, Regional Superintendent of Highway Design and Surveys
G. E. Miller, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical and
Materials Engineer
J. F. Meidinger, P.Eng., Regional Paving Superintendent
G. A. Ward, Regional Property Negotiat-^H
J. T. Evans, Regional Mechanical Superintend
S. J. Sviatko, District Highways Manage™}
W. A. Budden, District Highways ManagJB
J. E. Steven, District Highways ManagerTB
B. D. Hunter, P.Eng., District Highways Mjjmt
D. L. Byers, P.Eng., District Highways Mftuj
R. L. Chapman, P.Eng., District Highvvj
Manager
J. C. Jensen, District Highways Managed!
W. J. McDonald, District Highways Manffl
Region 3
W. M. Sproul, P.Eng., Regional Highway
Engineer
H.J. Kelsall, P.Eng., Regional Maintenance Operations Manager
G. J. Sutherland, P.Eng., Regional Construction
Engineer
P. J. Bonser, P.Eng., Regional Highway Design
and Surveys Engineer
P. Barnes, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical and Materials Engineer
R. Pratt, P.Eng., Regional Paving Superintendent
J. Mintak, Regional Property Negotiator
R. E. Johnson, Regional Mechanical Superb
dent
W. R. Ball, District Highways Manager   J
R. E. McKeown, District Highways Manager
H. L. Good, District Highways ManagerM
G. F. Kazakoff, District Highways ManagS?
H. F. Popoff, District Highways Manager JL
G. K. Austin, District Highways Manager J
H. A. Ronmark, District Highways Manager
J. W. Lay, District Highways Manager
R, A. Jackman, District Highways Manager
Region 4
L. A. Broddy, P.Eng., Regional Highway
Engineer
W. E. Mercer, P.Eng., Regional Maintenance Operations Manager
D. Chisholm, Regional Construction
Superintendent
E. A. Beaumont, P.Eng., Regional Supt. of Highway Design and Surveys
G. C. Stock, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical and
Materials Engineer
F. E. Martens, Regional Paving Superintendent
E. S. Gowman, Regional Property Negotiator
G. A. Warrington, Regional MechanicaliJgfiB
tendent
S. Young, P.Eng., District Highways M^j
A.N. Hepp, District Highways Manager™
S. D. Gladysz, District Highways Manages
K. E. Bespflug, P.Eng., District Hiffir*
Manager
A. W. Horsnell, District Highways Manager
A. H. Willekes, P.Eng., District HijH
Manager
S. Paloposki, District Highways Manager!
Region 5
D. P. Doyle, P.Eng., Regional Highway Engineer
N. Hope, P.Eng., Regional Maintenance Operations Manager
D. N. Moore, P.Eng., Regional Construction
Engineer
D. Nyland, P.Eng., Regional Highway Design and
Surveys Engineer
P. M. Wightman, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical
and Materials Engineer
A. Siu, P.Eng., Regional Paving Superi^^
J. McDonnell, Regional Property Negotiffl|
E. J. Robinson, Regional Mechanical Suj^jj
dent
J. Ryan, District Highways Manager
W. E. Stanley, District Highways Manager-
F. J. R. Martin, District Highways Manage]*
D. H. Hutton, District Highways ManageM
 Region 6
[■.'Hirondelle, P.Eng., Regional Highway A. J. Montador, P.Eng., Regional Geotechnical
Ijmeer and Materials Engineer
IjaFreebairn, P.Eng., Regional Maintenance J. A. Cambrey, Regional Design and Surveys
.rations Manager Engineer
Dash. Regional Construction Superinten- J. W. Morris, District Highways Manager
t G. W. Harper, District Highways Manager
t. Regional Paving Engineer R. W. Ellis, District Highways Manager
Burnett, Regional Property Negotiator G. R. Kent. P.Eng., District Highways Manager
It, Regional Mechanical Superintendent P. D. Hughes, District Highways Manager
    ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 21
REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL PROGRAMS
A. R. LIMACHER
["he 1980/81 fiscal year was challenging for all sections of the Personnel Programs Branch.
iStsng and competition functions remained at a high level of approximately 165 competitions
ant lose to 1,000 regular and auxiliary appointments a month. Partially, as a result of union
aa ments, safety activities maintained a high profile particularly in training of safety committee
(ne)ers and establishment of additional safety committees.
^ollment in the Highway Technology Training Program reached a new record and new
eoieS are continually being added. More staff time and effort is being devoted to the labour
relions functions. Step 3 grievances have increased by approximately 100 per cent over the
preDus year and both competition and classification appeals have increased substantially.
rMa gement presentations by Regional and Divisional Personnel Staff to hours of work umpires
IsEgnificant activity added this past year.
vlore major organization and classification studies and reviews have been processed than in
anjribr year. Some organizational studies either commenced or completed included sections of
thelotor Vehicle Branch, Motor Carrier Branch, Financial Services Branch, Transport Policy
jBrE:h, Aircraft Services Branch, District Highway Offices and Insurance and Claims Office.
Ma."classification studies include Stockmen, Ferry Staff, Engineers. Tradesmen and Operations
■ftfeers.
[lie Director, Senior Training and Safety Officer, Senior Personnel Officer and their Person-
'raining and Safety Staff, served on numerous committees within the Ministry and represent the Ministry on outside committees.
PERSONNEL SECTION
*vs at February 17, 1981, the Ministry's approved work force stood at 6,876 regular
posons. This total resulted from the transfer of the Communication Section from this Ministry to
Ihe inistry of Universities, Science and Communications, and the addition of new positions to
lie ircraft Services Branch and the Port Albion-Fort Langley Ferry. During the year, seasonal
auxary employees were hired to meet the demand of temporary work requirements. The total
wanes on staff was greatest in August 1980 when it peaked at 3,068 including 514 students.
Hie majority of new employees were hired directly within districts and branches for entrance
lew positions. During 1980, 1,971 postings were required to advertise promotional oppor-
tiin ;s, of which 941 were processed through the Public Service Commission with the balance by
.Hequarters, Regional and District Offices with the assistance of Personnel Officers. This office
autHzed expenses on transfer for 254 employees totalling $855,120.
rhis section processed 46 promotional appeals covering Ministry delegated positions and
8ssi:d in another 12 covering Public Service Commission authority positions.
nthe area oflabour relations, this Section processed 211 grievances at Step 3 on behalf of the
y Minister, and nine arbitration cases.
is provided for in the last Master Agreement with the B.C.G.E.U., signed in September,
i95 hours of work disputes which cannot be settled by negotiations between the parties, may be
rested by an Hours of Work Umpire. Personnel Officers in this Ministry were involved in 42
|?'oischedule disputes, being responsible for presenting Management's case before Hours of
3*'o Umpires.
)uring the 1980/81 fiscal year, 199 employees went on retirement. In recognition of long
^e, 77 employees received Twenty-five Year Certificates and eight employees were honoured
[WiChirty-five Year Gold watches.
 22 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING SECTION
Demand for and participation in staff development and training continued to incp£
Employee enrollment in the Highway Technology Training Program grew 16 per cent this yea ya
total of 2,350 students. Two new courses were added to the program and three existing co
were upgraded to reflect metric standards. Nine courses are under development, eight of these ii
and one an existing course being upgraded to metric. Leadership in innovative staff tra
continued with the presentation of Highways Training via satellite programs on the KmH
Network of the West. Programming consisted of one Highways Technology Training Pro
course and several one or two session lectures/workshops on subjects related to Highfi
Operations. In addition, 950 applications for other courses outside the Ministry were procetfj
To satisfy the demand for closer training liaison with the regions, two Field Training Co-orditoi
positions were initiated in the latter part of the year. Responsibilities involve assisting the re
and the Training and Safety Section with determining training needs, program develop!nt
organization and evaluating the effectiveness of current training programs.
There are 65 apprentices indentured in four trade groups, Heavy Duty Mechanics, Induitfl
Electricians, Auto Body Repair and Welding. During this fiscal year, ten apprentices gradtK
and received their Tradesman Qualification Certificates, all remaining with the Ministias
Journeymen in their trade. Approximately 95 tradesmen attended upgrading courses thngl
community colleges and other training facilities.
This fiscal year was a period of further development for the audio-visual section of traiha
and safety.
The first stages in the development of a total audio-visual inventory was completed IistiHl:
A/V hardware purchased over the past 20 years.
Continued liaison with the Purchasing Commission's A/V loan and Repair Centelia:
resulted in the repair of A/V equipment at a minimal cost to our Ministry.
Several in-house video and slide training programs were produced through the Minis(:ol
Health's Audio-Visual Production Centre. With these programs and increased purchases of Ihe
and tapes from outside agencies, the first Ministry of Transportation and Highways' Audio-Vua
catalogue was developed. These catalogues, distributed throughout the regions, will beori-
tinually updated as new films, tapes and slide programs are added to headquarters and rejma
audio-visual libraries.
As a further step to the commitment, Training and Safety has taken to use video for timt
purposes, two portable video recorders have been introduced into three regions on an expeitfn:
tal basis. The introduction of this recording equipment has been accompanied by tnini
workshops in its operation.
The Ministry, a participant of the Motor Vehicle Certification program, has provided trdiu
for certification in licence upgrading to employees requiring a different class of operators lits*
This Operator training is conducted by the District Training Operators under guidancaUf
assistance of the Regional Driver Trainers, the examining and certifying authorities. Overtly
decade the Operator Training Program has evolved from a very basic structure, with mma;
training, to a complicated and technical training force providing approximately 20,000 tics Q
training with trainers dedicated to the theory that training does not cost—it pays withite
production, fewer accidents and less vehicle abuse. In addition to this in-house traininiwl
Ministry utilized the Heavy Equipment Operator Training Program conducted by the Malawi
Vocational School to upgrade 60 personnel in grader operation and the Professional Driver'nlt
for training the Hazard Avoidance Instructor Course. There was also continuation ojjftiM!
programs in Defensive Driving and Air Brakes.
Ministry vehicles travelled over 79 million kilometres during the fiscal year with a IM
822 vehicles accidents recorded with 457 (approximately 56 per cent) of these evalw4.»
preventable.
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 23
HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM
j' 1980, the Ministry reported 778 compensible injuries. Three hundred and sixty-nine of
IgBSiijuries resulted in lost productive time beyond the day of the accident. Also included were
Realities to Ministry employees. A total of 10,226 productive days lost was assessed against
IHWJistry.
I ur direct cost for compensation, including payouts for disabilities and medical aid cost, in
m&otalled $1,100,252.82. When multiplied by the international ratio of four to one (4:1), the
tftryhad a total minimal cost of $5,501,264.10 as a result of occupational injuries.
/ ie Ministry had a total of 14,787,485 hours of work exposure, resulting in a countable
pilot frequency of 42.9 or 42.9 accidents per 1,000,000 hours work.
poi sgion 3 has won the Honourable Minister's Safety Trophy for the fourth consecutive year.
pKgial Safety Award winners are Gibsons, Kamloops, Grand Forks, Williams Lake, Dease
talicnd Nanaimo. Needles Ferry is the recipient of the Marine Services Award for low
frequcy.
I.' ie Ministry provided 700 + employees Occupational Health and Safety Committee train-
rigaier the Master Agreement between the Province of British Columbia and B.C. Government
imp^ees' Union.
ait.i;well, safety training was given to employees in traffic control, use of small hand tools,
Inst I and prevention of back injuries. Over 2,300 audio-metric tests were given to employees as
•veil counselling in prevention of hearing loss.
REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PROPERTY SERVICES
A. C. BROWN
■   jring the 1980/81 fiscal year expenditures exceeded the previous year, and the activity of
[rI estate market in general throughout the province greatly increased the cost of property
equtions.
total of 1,341 claims was settled and a further 1,222 were in the process of negotiations.
(Fhre.'Iaims were settled by arbitration.
ie expenditures on acquisition of highway rights of way and other properties required by the
Miniy totalled $24,297,461.66.
total of 499 rights of way was established as highway by publication notice in The British
td/u'wa Gazette and a total of 76 closures was made by similar procedure.
ie branch arranged for the disposal of 12 parcels surplus to highway requirements under the
ptovons of the Ministry's statute and transferred a further 67 parcels to the Ministry of Lands,
pricnd Housing.
ie establishment of a research section involving roads in Indian reserves has been well
pceid by Indian councils and has been effective in resolving a number of controversial road
probns.
 ~w.
24 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
REPORT OF THE MANAGER OF BUILDING SERVICES
D. GREY
The third year of the Ministry's five-year plan followed, with one exception, the
objectives of the plan. The minor improvements program was, however, severely curtailecms.
this has slowed down the rational progress of the upgrading plan, particularly in more am
jorl
Construction was commenced or completed on
New yard and buildings
Rest area buildings
Paving laboratory
Paving laboratory
Domestic water system
New yard and buildings
New yard and buildings
New yard and buildings
Major extension
Major extension
New District yard and shop
Site services
Three residences
One residence
Storage building
Storage building
the following projects:
Woss
Bradner Road
Cole Road
Nelson
Burnaby
George Massey Tunnel i
Kiskatinaw
Rose Prairie
Horsefly
100 Mile House
Revelstoke
Prince Rupert
Meziadin
Dease Lake
Slim Creek
Williams Lake
Vernon
Planning was carried out, all approvals obtained, and projects designed and made re:/ U
tender, including the following:
New major shop Hope
New yard and buildings
(to replace Bella Coola) Hagensborg
New combined paving and
material testing laboratory Terrace
Planning, site layout, and some preparatory work was done at:
New Regional yard Kamloops
Property was acquired for:
New combined paving and material
testing laboratory Port Coquitlam
This year saw the end of the program of measurement and recording of all yards anew
facilities, occupied by the Ministry. A detailed plan layout, photographs of all buildinjiHH
interiors and details of site services has been established.
Once again, this branch wishes to extend its thanks to staff at all levels for the complt cooperation that was received.
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 25
REPORT OF THE INSURANCE AND CLAIMS OFFICER
G. A. CAVIN
he period involved in the motor vehicle statistics is from April 1, 1980 to March 31, 1981.
he number of traffic incidents involving vehicles owned by (or leased to) the government
i v»as 056, including 182 incidents in which the government vehicles were parked. In the previous
/yeauere were 2,098 incidents.
he number of incidents involving motor vehicles of specific ministries were:
Ministry name
jtoilture and Food	
■Attcey General	
Cramer and Corporate Affairs	
.fine/, Mines and Petroleum Resources	
iBnvinment	
Fin<:e...	
fcisjft. -i"-	
Hea	
;Huin Resources *j,	
Lab*	
ian, Parks and Housing ,_„	
"fnmcial Secretary and Government Services	
Braroriation and Highways        747
IAI1 iter Ministries	
ST
dumber of
Incidents
Number of
Vehicles
Per Cent
of Total
Vehicles
Per Cent
of Total
Incidents
30
178
1.7
1.5
215
932
8.9
10.4
14
81
0.8
0.7
13
110
1.0
0.6
63
652
6.3
3.1
7
63
0.6
0.3
516
1,684
16.2
25.1
217
1,033
9.9
10.5
117
528
5.1
5.7
22
178
1.7
1.1
73
495
4.8
3.6
19
102
1.0
0.9
747
4,305
41.4
36.3
5
61
0.6
0.2
■Total..
2,058* 10,402    1001
100
tjj  * ere were two incidents involving vehicles of two different ministries.
here were 113 incidents involving two or more vehicles of the same ministry.
lie Government recovered, either from its own collision damage insurers or from third-
parHability insurance, a total of $326,179.
[aims other than those arising out of incidents involving Government motor vehicles
lesttd* in recovery of repair costs of $722,645 for damages to 63 guard-rails. 56 bridges, 38
sign:112 lamp or signal standards, 32 fences, 58 posts and poles and 107 miscellaneous items
such; flagging, cleanup of spills, pavement repairs and vandalism. Included in these recoveries
iWreiur claims against insurance policies purchased by the Government totalling $5,015; and
517,2 for damage to British Columbia Ferry Corporation property. Some of the major items of
sco.y were $226,618 for damage to Clearwater Bridge: $22,390 for damages to Gun Creek
Brid; $14,539 for damage to machinery being transported: $12,913 for an incident causing
dam.; to railings; $ 11,450 for an incident causing damage to curbs, railings and posts; and
WO, 8 for damage to an overhead sign.
ie total paid out for 1,018 miscellaneous third-party claims was $227,211, including
SiWlO for 17 claims handled on behalf of the British Columbia Ferry Corporation. The largest
singblaim paid out was $63,500 for the death of a motorist in a highway construction zone.
lere were 121 claims arising from the transferring of Government employees, 116 of these
ton;or damage to household effects, and 5 for damage to mobile homes.
5 a result of the modifications to the vessel Princess Marguerite considerable time was
3§Wi negotiations with the insurance brokers acting for the B.C. Steamship Company and ship
fepaig firm.
13 lawsuits in which the Government was the defendant, six were settled out of court, three
■Withdrawn, two were dismissed, one judgment was given in favour of the plaintiff and one
judg.ntivas two-thirds in favour of the plaintiff.
 26 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
There were presently 81 cases in various stages of litigation, the Government beinhs
plaintiff in four of these.
PREMIUMS PAID FOR INSURANCE PLACED
DURING 1980-81
Ministry of Transportation and Highways  $157,278.83
Commissions and other Ministries     116,793.55
B.C. Steamship Co. (1975) Ltd  53,561.56
Total  $327,633.94
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 27
REPORT OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS OFFICER
R. A. FISHER
lie 1980/81 fiscal year was the lowest in five years with only 112 contracts being advertised
i§jid /aided as listed in the following statistics. The highlight of those contracts was the first of the
.Q>Mtg projects on the Northeast Coal Development Access Road from the junction of Highway
«?7s'Iietwynd to Martin Creek being 14.3 miles designed in Imperial measurement whereas the
/isuider will be in Metric. Other contracts relevant to the development were the Prince Rupert to
iRid'Island Access (6.73 km) and the Kasiks River to Backwater Creek (5.32 km) section of the
bjy^h'ead Highway 16.
toduction of the Quick Print Shop has again increased considerably with emphasis being
-iplaii on the Diazo White Plan Printer this year. The awareness of the availability and productive
jcap dities of the equipment is inflating the demand which together with offset printing makes the
isho t beehive of activity.
he library facilities too have had a greater demand made of them and is proving to be an asset
no f. Ministry.
Vord Processing has also been introduced, on a limited basis, into the operations of the
IBrah. The capabilities of the equipment, once established with proficient operators, will
. e'nhce the productivity of the Branch and reduce the possibilities of delays particularly with
2Pro:ss Estimates from which contractors are paid.
Contract Statistics are as follows:
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
CONTRACT STATISTICS
SUMMARY OF ELECTORAL DISTRICTS OF GRADING, PAVING,
BRIDGE, FERRY-LANDING, FERRY, CRUSHED GRAVEL,
AND MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACT PROJECTS COMPLETED OR IN PROGRESS
Electoral District
Project
Atlin
Bridges:
General Construction Bear River Bridge \
Stewart Cassiar Highway 37A
Gravel Crushing:
W___\
Hotel Creek Pit #5301
Deltair Pit #5313, Dease Lake
Boundary-       Bridges:
Similkameen 0573-1
General Construction of Sidewalk additii
Westttride #2619, Rock Creek, Kelowna
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-4
Elgie Pit #2475, Penticton
Burnaby-Edmonds Miscellaneous:
& M 4518 - 1
Burnaoy-
willingoon
Landscape Development of Highway Interch
Willingdon Avenue to Cariboo Road, Tran:
Canada Highway No. 1, Burnaby
Cariboo
Paving:
794706      Storm Sewer, Curbs & Gutter, and Paving.)
Williams Lake, Caribob Highway #97 jfl
0278        Job A: Quesnel River Bridge to Sutherlat
Highway #97 (3.0 km)
Joo B: Sutherland Avenue to BarkervfflKl
Highway #97 (4.0 km)
0644        Miscellaneous Roads, Williams Lake, Hor
ana Likely Areas (62.7 km)
Bridges:
0001        General Canstruction McLarry Bridge #51t
Barkerville Highway
0536-1      Davie Street Pedestrian Overpass #2743,i
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
I District
Project
29
ant'a)  Gravel Crushing:
M 4529-1
M 4529-28
122 Mile Pit #2704, 100 Mile House
Westal Pit #4249, Quesnel
Miscellaneous:
0 4453
Construction of Washrodm Building, 108 Mile Rest
Area, Cariboo Highway #97
Miscellaneous:
D-3714-2
D-3716-2
Construction of Washroom Building, Bradner Road
Safety Rest Area, Trans Canada Hwy #1, Chilliwack
Construction of Washroom Building, Cole Road
Safety Rest Area, Trans Canada Hwy #1, Chilliwack
Grading:
Construction of 17th Street Bridge approaches
in Courtenay (3.70 km)
Paving:
0639
Ocean Grove Road to Black Creek Island Hwy # 19
(15.50 km) and miscellanenus Frontage Rd (1.10 km)
Bridges:
1373-1      Benell Creek Bridge Duplicate Nn. 1246, Nanoose
Creek Bridge Duplicate No. 1247, Island Hwy. #19
B-1285-1     General Construction - Courtenay River Bridge
No. 2701 on 17th Street
B-0656-1     General Constructicn Nanoose Overhead Duplicate
No. 1640, Nanodse Overhead modifications No. 1640
Island Highway #19
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-13
Central Pit 64004, Cape Mudge Pit 6497A, Courtenay
Bridge:
1374-1
General Construction - Colony Farm Overhead
No. 2664, Cape Horn to Pit River Highway
Miscellaneous:
D-0094-1
Landscape Development bf Cape Horn Interchange
Port Mann Bridge, Trans Canada Highway #1
 30 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
Electoral   District Project
Cowichan-Maiahat  Paving:
S-0084-06101       Sealcoating  from Junction  of Trans  CaiORL'<
#1  to Meade  Creek Bridge   (31.00 km)     I
Bridges:
0663 Moditications  to  Bracings,   Cowichan rUB
Bridge  #1289,   Trans  Canada  Highway #1
Grading:
C-0598        Supply of Dredged Material - Fraser RiS.*
Highway #99 to Queens borough (Z i-.'.c. ?*H
Paving:
S-0035        Highway 17 Overpass to Oak Street Brfl
#99 £< Sea Island Way (11.29 km)
Ferries:
T.F.M. 192-1  Double Decking Berth #3, Tsawwassen
Ferry Terminal
Dewdney Bridges:
1375-1        Rehabilitation of Superstructure - PilxR
Bridge #58, Lougheed Highway #7
Esquimalt -       Bridges:
Port Renfrew 1380-1        Removal of Pier and Steel Span of Abandoi
Bridge over Interurban Road
Kamloops Miscellaneous:
D-0097-1      Landscape Development of Halston Over^S-
at Kamloops
Kootenay Bridges:
B-1261-3      Deck construction of McPhee Bridge #2623*
St. Mary River on Highway 95A
Mackenzie Ferries:
CANCELLED M 177 New Ferry Terminal Bldg at Langdale FerrE
B-1389-2      Marine Structure at Blubber Bay Ferry Teji
 *"• listrict
ADMINISTRATION DIVISION                        31
Project
D
Ferries:
T.F.M.
143-2
Marine Structure Departure Bay Ferry Terminal
> Seeston
Miscellaneous:
D-0098
-1
Landscape Development of Saimo Bypass on
Highway #3 at Salmo
sinster
Grading:
C-0598
Supply of Dredged Material - Fraser River
Crossing Highway 99 te Queensborough Bridge
[and
Paving:
S-0641
Port Alice to Junction of Island Highway No. 19
Arterial Highway 637R and District Road No.
493 (16.70 km)
Bridges:
1385
B-0423
Repairs ano Modifications to Steelwork Nimpkish
River No. 2162, Kitimat River Bridge No. 1480,
Hirsch Creek Bridge No. 1478
Cleaning and Painting of Campbell River
Bridge on Highway 19
Gravel Crusning:
M-4529-12
M-4529-13
Oyster River Pit #6498, Courtenay
Central Pit #6400H and Cape Mudge Pit #6497A,
Courtenay
Grading:
Installation of Structural Steel Plate Pipe
Culverts at Tsinhia Creek and D'Easum Creek on
Fort Nelson to Fort Simpson Highway
Bridges:
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-19
M-4529-21
M-4529-22
M-4 529-25
Prestressed Concrete Alternate Petitot River
Bridge #2616, Fort Nelson to Fort Simpson Highway
Riske Pit No. 4482, Fort St. John
Peejay Pit No. 4462, Fort St. John
Wilde Pit No. 4468, Fort St. John
Triad Pit No. 4467, Fort St. John
 ilectoral District
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Project
Okanagan
North
B-0039-1 General Construction - Kettle River Bridi
No.  6503, Monashee Highway #6
Okanagan
South
Paving:
S-2938 Glenmere Street upgrading, Glenwood Avent
Lawrence Avenue and Harvey Avenue interst
Sectinn A - Sidewalk, Curb & Gutter, $Bli
Sectien B - Mill Creek Bridge No. 271aft
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-27
McDougal Pit No. 2904, Kelowna
Omineca
Paving:
S-0084-4501  Crusned Aggregate in Stockpile at Stellal
Pit 4588, Highway #16
S-0414      Asphalt Surfacing Miscellaneous Roads
Fraser Lake Area (18.6 km)
Bridges:
-1257-3
Endako Overhead No. 1281, Endako River I
No. 2520, Yellowhead Highwa - DeckinjS
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-3     Bellicini Pit #5580, Burns Lake
Prince George
North
Graoing:
C-0102      Construction of Summit Lake Bypass, John
Highway #97 (10.669 km)
C-2792      Reconstruction, Nechako River Bridge mi
Lake Road, John Hart Highway #97 (lOlHj
Prince George
South
Paving:
S-0084-4101-S Medium Cover Aggregate & Crushed Granula
Surfacing Aggregate in Stockpile, Highwa*
Prince George, Bednesti Lake Area
S-0642 Fraser River Bridge to Moose River Bridg
Yellowhead Highway #16, (48.70 km)
Prince Rupert
Grading:
C-4483
Paving:
Prince Rupert-Ridley Island Access Road
S-0033 Strength Patching - Grade CorrectionjHSJ
Avenue from 8th Street to McBride Street
McBride St. from 2nd Ave. to 3rd Avenue
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
33
; District
Project
Ferries:
T.F.M. 195-2  Marine Structure & Electrical, Skidegate Ferry
Terminal
T.F.M. 141-1  Marine Structures, Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal
T.F.M. 141-2  Installation of Electrical & Water Systems at
Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal
Paving:
S-0035
Highway #17 Overpass to Oak Street Bridge on
Highway #99 and Sea Island Way (11.29 km)
Ferries:
T.F.M. 187   General Contract for Liferaft Building at Deas
Maintenance Facility
T.F.M. 198-4  Foundation work of New Stores Building at Deas
Maintenance Facility
T.F.M. 198-5  Finishing Work at New Stores Building & Office,
Deas Refit Stores Complex, Deas Maintenance
Facility
Paving:
S-0646
Paulson Bridge to Kinnaird Bridge on Highway #3
(48.4 km)
Ferries:
T.F.M. 188   General Contract for Holding Lane Expansion at
Vesuvius Ferry Terminal on Saltspring Island
T.F.M. 194-1  Revision of Exit lanes, Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-11
M-4529-15
M-4529-31
Salt Spring, Pender, Galiano, Napier ana
Saturna Islands
Supply and deliver ta Islands off East Coast of
Vancouver Island
Supply and delivery to Islands off East Coast of
Vancouver Island
Miscellaneous:
D-3121-6
Landscape Development of Blanshara Street
Extensidn by Ravine Way and Blanshard Street
 34 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Electoral  District Project
Shuswap - Grading:
Revelstoke 3943 Construction of Relocation Highway No.  2:
Revelstoke-Mica  Sta.   586+13.7  to  Sta.
660+30   (7.1 km)
3960 Construction of  Relocation Highway HqtBw
Revelstoke-Mica   Sta.   1071+59.984  to
Sta.   1162+93.96   (9.10 km)
3962 Construction of Highway No.   23,   Revels^j
Sta. 1255+44.263 to Sta. 1275+00, Sta. 1:
to Sta. 1312+60.117, Sta. 1313+00 to Sta
1325+90.713   (6.1  km)
Paving:
S-0034 Asphalt   Surfacing Highway  No.   23,   Revels]
Mica,   Downie  Creek to  Bigmouth  Creek  (28
S-0645 Asphalt  Surfacing Highway No.   97,   Pi nans J
Road  to Hanna  Road   (27.0 km)
Bridges:
1232-1 La  Forme  Creek Bridge  No.   2697,   Revels to
Mica  Highway  No.   23,   Substructure
1232-2 La   Forme   Creek   Bridge   No.   2697,   Revelsto
Mica  Highway No.   23,   Fabrication & Erect
Structural  Steel Work
1234-1 Mars  Creek Bridge  No.   1430,   Revelstoke-M
Highway No.   23  - Substructure
1234-2 Mars   Creek Bridge  No.   1430,   Revelstoke-M
Highway  No.   23,   Superstructure and Reraov
Holdick  Creek Bridge
Gravel  Crushing:
M-4529-1 Grube  Pit  No.   2224,   Salmon Arm
Grading:
C-0253 Reconstruction Kasiks   River  to Backwater
Yellowhead Highway No. 16, 77.84 km to 8
Prince Rupert to Terrace Segment 1505, S
1939+50  to  Sta.   2220+00   (8.56 km)
Paving:
Schedule A: Highway #16, New Hazelton 0v
Mudflat Creek Overhead (11.2 km) Schedul
Hazelton High Level Road (7.8 km) Hazelt
Streets (1.3 km) Schedule C: Kispiox Val;
(14.7 km) Schedule D: Highway #16, hisce<
Sections  Kitwanga   to  Carnaby  Crossing  (9
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
jraJistrict Project
Bridges:
1385 Nimpkish kiver Bridge No. 2162, Kitimat River
Bridge No. 1480, Hirsch Creek Bridge No. 1478,
Repairs and Modifications to Steelwork
B-0032        Hirscn Creek Bridge No. 1478, Kitimat River Bridge
No. 1480, Williams Creek Bridge No. 2410, Highway
#25, Cleaning & Painting
B-0426        General Construction Lean-to-Creek Bridge #1024
Kalum Lake Road
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-8 Swan No. 1 Pit No. 5407, Smithers
M-4529-9 Cronin Pit No. 5451, Smithers
M-4529-10 Tatlow, 9 Mile and Carnaby Pits, Smithers
M-4529-20 Crescent No. 5250, Kozier Pit No. 5232
Construction of Junctions Highway #97 to Martin
Creek (23.01 km) Northeast Coal Development
Road, Sta. 21+05.42 to Sta. 778+50
Paving:
Surfacing Jonn Hart-Peace River Highway No. 97,
Kathleen Creek to Silver Sands Creek (20.9 km)
Bridges:
Pile Load Test - Twidweal Bend Bridge No. 266
Northeast Coal Development Road
Replacement of Railing, Kesbatenay Bridge No.
2606, Highway No. 97
Gravel Crushing:
M-4529-17     Pit No. P4329, Dawson Creek
M-4529-18     Mt. Lemoray Pit No. 4399, Dawson Creek
M-4529-23     Cowie Creek, H4302, Dawson Creek
M-4529-24     36 Mile Moore Road 4302H, Dawson Creek revised
by addendum 2, Johnson Pit No. 4304, south of
Taylor Way, Dawson Creek
M-4529-30     Flatbed No. 2 Pit P4302Q, Dawson Creek
Vanuver -  Grading:
'e Snd C-0252        Reconstruction of Cheakamus Canyon Section,
Garibaldi Highway No. 99 (2-446 km)
 36
Electoral  District
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Project
Yale - Lillooet   Grading:
Coquihalla Highway Construction, Boston*
Creek Summit to Day Gulch Sta. 510+00 to i,
555+00 (4.50m km)
Reconstruction of Station Hill Road (Lilljt
Access Road) including Metal Bin Walls &
Protection of Railway.
Deck - Lillooet Bridge #221, Lillooet Acc£l
ushing:
M-4529-2 5 Mile Pit No. 2627, Lillooet
M-4529-5 Walloper Pit No. 2556, Merritt
M-4529-6 Rusty Pit No. 2546, Merritt
M-4529-7 Logan Lake East Pit #2553, Merritt
M-4529-14 Forestry Pit 1610, Hope
M-4529-29 Godey Pit No. 2542, Merritt
Miscellaneous:
4526-1
Reforestation of  Cut  Slopes,   Trans  Canadai*
No.   1,   Boston Bar,   (approx  1.6 km)
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
TENDERS RECEIVED AND CONTRACTS AWARDED
Roads
37
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
u
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
feet-2792 - Reconstruction;-Nechako River Bridge to Chief
La«load (6.41 miles dr 10.33 km) on Hart Highway No. 97
■Mi Bitulithic Ltd    	
Ea'ontracting Ltd	
Ktejlbnstruction Co.  Ltd	
B. Jitt 4 Sons Construction Ltd	
Bsm'onstruction Ltd	
tsr .ewit Sons Co. Ltd	
Egoiid Construction Ltd	
tvl Jitstruction Ltd	
pctS'43 - Cdnstruction of Relocated Highway No. 23,
Bevi;toke-Mica Sta.  586+13.7  to Sta.  660+30 (7.4 km)
pi (lerson Construction Cc. Ltd	
Kjelontracting Cn. Ltd	
nt struct ion Co	
ptch Construction Ltd	
!3JT:ri*nstruction Ltd	
toantracting Ltd	
Ian.ewit Sons Cd. Ltd	
it Ostruction Ltd	
let '60 - Construction of Relocated Highway No. 23,
tew.toke-Mica Sta.  1071+59.984 to Sta.  1162+93.960  (9.10 km)
isoranstruction Ltd	
)e*.h Construction Ltd	
idelontracting Co. Ltd	
» [istruction Ltd	
:am iternational Ltd	
sr.ewit Sons Co. Ltd.    	
Contracting Ltd	
ii fierson Construction Co. Ltd.
mac Construction 4 Engineering Ltd.
3,736,381.20
4,166,913.00
4,175,911.79
4,234,445.03
4,587,187.53
4,764,001.59
4,775,523.09
6,882,404.55
1,861,148.00
2,501,390.00
2,501,504.50
2,856,710.00
2,863,940.00
2.941,105.00
3,167,450.00
4,143,260.00
set'62 - Construction of Highway No. 23, Reveistoke-Mica
ita..255+44.263 to Sta.  1275+00.000,  Sta.  1284+00.000 to
5ta..312+60+117,  Sta.  1313+00.000 to Sta.  1325+90.713,
*'.5 to km 132.6 (6.1 km)
4ies:ontracting Co. Ltd	
® tttstruction Co	
Construction Ltd	
S*itistruction Ltd	
Contracting Ltd	
ii 'lerson Construction Co. Ltd	
ter ewit Sons Co. Ltd	
6,675,859.15
6,957,301.30
6,968,228.32
7,103,789.45
7,219,825.18
7,349,958.89
7,770,257.78
7,970,569.29
10,992,229.00
2,804,957.60
2,880,174.99
3,072,784.69
3,406,031.90
3,419,568.75
3,604,219.39
3,893,009.56
Awarded
 38
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Roaos (Continued)
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenners at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Re i
Project 4370 - Contract No. 1 - Reconstruction of Station Hill
Road, (Lillooet Access Road) Sta. 73+08.69 td Sta. 98+29.24
View Centruction Ltd  1,169,422.00
Edco Construction Co  1,203,216.00
Dawsdn Construction Ltd  1,271,952.95
Cantex Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd  1,329,431.22
Delta Aggregates Lto  1,398,139.61
Miller contracting Ltd  i,451,360.50
Kettle Valley Cdntractcrs Ltd  1,455,804.50
Geddes Contracting Co. Lto  1,573,006.00
Peter Kiewit Sens Cd. Ltd •.  1,579,708.00
Emil Anoersen Construction Cd. Lto  1,650,000.00
Goodbrand Construction Lto  1,998,807.50
Project 4478 - Coquinana Highway Construction Boston Bar Creek
Summit to Dry Gulch Sta. 510+00 to Sta. 555+00 (4.50 km)
Emil Anoerson Construction Co. Ltd  6,459,329.00
Loram International Ltd  6,585,880.70
Peter Kiewit Sons Co  6,772,452.00
Dawson Construction Lto  6,834,458.00
Geddes Centracting Ltd  7,021,965.00
View Censtructin Ltd  7,264,032.60
Eacc Construction Co  7,264,060.50
Chinook Construction & Engineering Ltd  7,335,470.00
Miller Contracting Lto  8,669,412.50
Project 4483 - Censtruction; Prince Rupert - Ridley Islana
Sta. 43+20.00 to Sta. 110+49.447 (6.73 km)
L.G. Scott & Sons Construction Lto  5,894,198.10
Dawson Construction Lto  6,040,474.17
Miller Centracting Ltd  6,155,433.35
Edcc Construction Co  6,742,656.45
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. Ltd  6,827,524.00
S.L. Paving Lto  7,487,128.69
View Constructidn Ltd  7,517,808.00
Emil Anoersdn Cdnstruction Cd. Ltd  7,615,214.50
Ndrthern Censtructinn Co. Ltd  7,992,293.00
Chinook Construction 4 Engineering Ltu  8,964,250.00
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd  12,740,666.00
Await
Awa:
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Roads (Continued)
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amdunt df
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
t»84 - A - Structural Steel Plate Pipe Culverts at
iia Creek and D'easum Creek - Fert Nelson td Fort
iiDn Highway
sine Projects Ltd	
I/alley Contractors Ltd	
r iewit Sons Co. Ltd	
;513 - Contract No.  1 - Construction Junction Highway #97
rtin Creek (23.01 km or 14.3 miles) - Northeast Coal
I Bent Road Sta.  21+05.42 to Sta.  778+50
'Contracting Co. Ltd	
^^Construction Ltd	
• i/aiiey Contractors Ltd	
ott & Sons Construction Co. Ltd	
Instruction Ltd	
Infracting Ltd	
iijeriewit Sons Co. Ltd	
a£tderson Construction Co. Ltd	
jvew: nstruction    	
pet527 - Construction of 17th Street Bridge approaches,
Gpuenay (3.70 km or 2.3 miles)
joobnd Construction Ltd	
iterontracting Ltd. 4 Don 4 Dave Contracting Ltd	
trlsContracting Ltd	
Jb Ey Paving Ltd	
nstruction Lto	
jcor nstruction Company    	
'-. ving Ltd	
jectl02 - Construction: Summit Lake Bypass-Jonn Hart Hwy.
-J91ia. 635+00 to Sta.  988+00  (10.669 km or 6.63 miles)
[kjewth Construction Ltd	
ott 4 Sons Construction Ltd	
oodtnd Construction Ltd	
KiteContracting Co. Ltd	
ilieContracting Co. Ltd	
B&derson Constieuction Cd. Ltd	
jejd nstruction Ltd	
Staiiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
S»sc Construction Ltd	
124,484.00
278,460.00
292,940.00
3,424,565.00
3,589,020.00
3,841,571.60
3,913,177.00
3,965,520.60
3,981,388.00
4,817,449.00
5,089,169.00
5,449,535.00
1,391,565.00
1,286,525.86
1,550,236.00
1,564,237.70
1,583,576.00
1,619,820.00
1,670,321.05
4,207,436.70
4,215,820.60
4,257,989.00
4,405,756.00
4,633,493.00
5,228,766.00
5,355,542.00
5,421,867.00
5,947,191.60
Awarded
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Roads (Continued)
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
M
Project 0253 - Reconstruction Kasiks River to Backwater Creek
Yellowhead Highway No. 16 km 77.84 to km 86.34 Prince
Rupert to Terrace segment 1505 Sta. 1939+50 to
Sta. 222+00; (5.32 miles or 8.56 km)
Emil Anoersdn Construction Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Cd. Ltd	
Miller Cdntracting Ltd	
Edcc Construction Ltd	
Edgeworth Construction Ltd	
Dawson Construction Ltd	
Loram International (B.C.) Ltd	
View Construction Ltd	
Project 0598 - Supply of dredged material Fraser River
Crossing Highway 99, Queensbdrdugh River
Sceptre Dredging Ltd	
Centennial Dredging 4 Sand Ltd	
Dillingnam Corporation Canada Ltd	
9
9
9
9
12,497,927.00
1,765,954.20
2,034,287.80
2,499,020.00
Awa*i
Project 0252 - Cheakamus Canyon Section Garibaldi Highway
No. 99 (2.446 km or 1.52 miles)
Dawson Construction Lto	
View Construction Ltd	
Eoco Construe tion Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
Miller Contracting Lto	
Commonwealth Construction Co. Ltd	
Goodbrand Construction Lto	
Emil Anderson Construction Co. Ltd	
5,747,739.00
6,198,045.00
6,532,953.50
6,898,485.00
7,427,425.00
9,101,171.00
9,161,987.00
9,469,049.00
8,947,380.00
8,975,145.00
9,355,490.00
372,087.50
385,818.00
399,554.00
466,640.00
Awae
 tmr
yVDMINISTRATION DIVISION
Paving
description of Work ana Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
iiecij-2938 - Bituminous Surfacing 1979-80;  District of
I Ksna, Glenmore Street upgrading Kelowna from Glenwood
loflvfie'to Lawrence Avenue;  Sectien A - Sidewalk, Curb and
I Suit 4 Paving;   Section B - Mill Creek Bridge No. 2713
RtaBros.  Industries Ltd	
Bdvi.^y Construction Ltd	
HruK Paving Ltd	
H4ecl>.794705 - Bituminous Surfacing 1979-80;   Town of
Br'-ams Lake 4 Caribod Hignway No. 97;  Section A;  Toop
ERJi to South Truck Route;  Storm Sewer and Curb and Gutter
ts-i.on B; Highway 97 - Paving 29.3 km
B, w..iamson Blacktop Ltd	
bki.a Bitulithic Ltd	
-3u'ist Paving Co.  Lto	
pDui'aving Ltd	
rent:: Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
(HteCiewit Sons Co. Lto 
jjeeS 0084-4101 - Medium Cover aggregate and Crusned
I Grnlar Surfacing Aggregate in Stcckpiles;  Highway No. 16,
fPr;e George - Bednesti Lake Area
E lobertson Construction Co. Ltd	
bluia Bitulithic Ltd	
igu:\ggregate Ltd	
fflbftnllrucking Western Ltd	
.R.1 ties Trucking Ltd	
JjecS 0084-4501 - Crushed Aggregate in Stockpile at Stellako
, Pi+588, Highway #16
lackzie Redi-Mix Co. Ltd	
tot;st Paving Co. Ltd	
flluia Bitulithic Ltd	
bheV s Trucking Western Ltd	
UBcS 0084-6i01 - Bituminous Surfacing 1980-81;  Sealcoating
fr function of Trans Canada Highway No.  1 to Meaoe Creek
Brge (31.0 km) Highway Nd.  18
lictia Paving Cn. Ltd	
isolating Surfacing Ltd	
ljacS-0033;  Hignway 16, Prince Rupert - Strength Patching
:Gre Correction - Paving 2nd Avenue from 8th Street to
tide Street, McBride Street from 2nd Avenue te 3rd Avenue
(1 km)
-&cbtt 4 Sons Construction Ltd	
667,995.50
739,195.00
762,409.00
1,279,705.00
1,374,405.50
1,491,640.54
1,499,686.05
1,658,815.60
1,689,255.00
98,000.00
127,280.00
194,720.00
205,200.00
482,000.00
63,700.00
71,760.00
74,880.00
i02,440.00
147,368.42
189,990.00
331,365.00
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
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Paving
Description of Wdrk and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Basea
On Estimated
Quantities
Awari
Project S-0034 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Highway 23,
Revelstoke-Mica, Downie Creek to Bigmouth Creek (28.5 km)
Blackline Asphalt Services Ltd	
Columbia Black Top Ltd	
Midvalley Ccnstruction Ltd	
Peters Bros. Industries Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
Westcoast Paving Co. Ltd	
Victoria Paving Co. Ltd	
Project S-0035 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Highway #17 Overpass
to Oak Street Bridge Highway 1199  4 Sea Island Way (11.29 km)
Imperial Paving Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Jack Cewe Ltd	
Project S-0240 - Surfacing 1980-81; John Hart - Peace River
Highway No. 97 - Kathleen Creek to Silver Sands Creek;
km 59.6 to km 80.5 (20.9 km)
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Central Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
Northwest Paving Co. Ltd	
H. Williamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
Project S-0278 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Job A: Highway #97
Quesnel River Bridge to Sutherland Avenue (3 km) Job B:
Highway #97 Sutherland Avenue to Barkerville Junction (4 km)
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
H. Williamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
Central Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
Project S-0414 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Miscellaneous
Roaos, Fraser Lake Area (18.6 km)
H. Williamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
Columbia Blacktop Ltd	
Northwest Paving Co. Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
Central Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
923,606.00
985,595.00
1,043,962.00
1,068,859.50
1,109,040.00
1,195,555.00
1,367,322.29
1,684,076.50
1,693,082.85
1,791,634.00
568,408.00
624,590.00
628,250.00
659,825.00
685,287.70
738,250.00
816,792.00
875,670.00
992,467.00
1,143,395.00
698,730.00
698,935.00
732,832.00
765,690.00
824,450.00
Award
Awarii
Award,
 description of Work and Names of Tenderers
L	
gsct"-0639 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Island Highway #19
pg&i Grove Road to Black Creek (15.50 km) Miscellaneous
lss.age Roads (1.10 km)
i33(.a Paving Co. Ltd	
fcuc'aving Co. Ltd	
fejoc'aving Co. Ltd	
fe (;y Paving Ltd	
Sgas iwe Ltd ,	
15-0640 - Bituminous Surfacing 1980-81;  Schedule A;
He #16 New Hazelton Overhead to Mudflat Creek Overhead
Km) Schedule B;  Hazelton High Level Road (7.8-km) to
Ban Village Streets (1.3 km) Schedule C;   Kispiox Valley
(14.7 km) Schedule D;  Highway #16 - Miscellaneous
ions - Kitwanga to Carnaby Crossing (9.9 km)
ia Bitulithic Ltd	
3aving Ltd	
1 Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
te <iewit Sons Co. Ltd	
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
1,381,396.50
1,414,052.00
1,416,730.00
1,421,185.00
2,845,522.20
1,676,771.00
1,795,410.00
1,856,790.00
1,984,445.00
ec5-0641 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81;  Port Alice to
hOution of Island Hignway #19 Arterial Highway;  No. 637R and
BBirict Road No.  493  (16.70 km)
aCaving Co. Ltd	
nluia Blacktop Ltd	
ictia Paving Co. Ltd	
Jb ty Paving Ltd	
efXPaving Ltd	
jecS-0642 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81 Fraser River Bridge
sfccbose River Bridge on Yellowhead Highway No. 16 (48.7 km)
cli ia Bitulithic Ltd	
prttd Paving 4 Engineering Ltd	
pHPaving Ltd	
r. l.liamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
fesJast Paving Co. Ltd	
Ikh.ley Constructin Ltd	
f&iKiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
ja S-0644 - Miscellaneous Roads Williams Lake District,
rtsefly and Likely Areas  (62.7 km)
Jlliamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd  2,422,748.00
eOt Paving Ltd  2,733,745.00
< Engineering 4 Construction Co. Ltd  2,920,437.00
otoia Bitulithic Ltd  2,943,594.00
Wiley Construction Ltd  4,424,355.00
612,468.75
622,480.00
639,714.00
642,972.50
962,533.00
1,833.340.00
2,104,350.00
2,120,795.00
2,158,675.00
2,177,812.00
2,194,875.00
2,559,720.00
Awarded
Awarded
 Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Awaefl
Project S-0645 - Asphalt Surfacing 1980-81; Highway No. 97
Pinaus Lake Road to Hanna Road (27 km)
Cantex Engineering 4 Constructien Co. Ltd	
H. williamsdn Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
B.A. Blacktop (Kamloops) 	
Midvalley Construction Ltd	
Project S-0646 - Asphait Surfacing 1980-81; Highway No. 3,
Paulson Bridge to Kinnaird Overpass (48.4 km)
Midvalley Construction Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
LeDuc Paving Ltd	
H. williarnscn Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
Victoria Paving Ltd	
Westcoast Paving Co. Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
777,802.28
799,379.00
835,541.00
986,780.10
1,085,752.40
1,098,411.00
1,975,309.00
2,047,224.00
2,110,363.00
2,168,986.00
2,319,615.00
2,323,014.00
2,678,788.00
Avraa'd
 Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Ijjci232 #1 - La Forme Creek Bridge No. 2697 - Highway 23
MRastoke - Mica .iub-structure
^instruction    	
hgj orison Contruction Ltd	
Hri:' Construction Ltd	
3DOt.md Construction Ltd	
\%ti instruction Ltd	
MjjEonstruction Ltd	
riPTujd Construction Co. Ltd	
Ultift Cbnstruction Co. Ltd	
riainterprises Ltd	
ete3(iewit Sons Co. Ltd	
fiet232 - #2 - La Forme Creek Bridge No. 2697 - Highway
.23 levelstoke-Mica, Fabrication 4 Erection of Structural
l3SbLwork
tnion Bridge Co. Ltd	
onr Inc. Western Bridge Division    	
.-it in Steel Ltd	
jecl234 - Mars Creek Bridge No. 1430 - Highway 23,
tdlelstoke-Mica, Contract No. ■ 1 - Suostructure
j.l. aving Ltd	
loodano Contruction Ltd	
itanf Construction Ltd	
lallrk Construction Co. Ltd	
loraonstruction Ltd	
ijecl234 - Mars Creek Bridge No
IcRelstoke-Mica, Contract No. 2 -
uofoldeck Creek Bridge
.anr Inc. Western Bridge Division
irit in Steel Ltd	
Jaai Construction Co. Ltd	
iMion Bridge Co. Lto	
1430 Highway 23,
Superstructure and Removal
fjec 1257 - Endako Overhead No.  1281, Endako River Bridge
pt2520 Yellowhead Highway, Contract No. 3 - Deck
3sstin Construction Ltd	
<iru;on Construction Ltd	
Inti.or Contracting Co. Ltd	
Contractors, Div. of North Cariboo Bldg. Prod. Ltd.   .
Snsl Contracting Co. Ltd	
3un:onstruction Ltd	
intnationasl Erectors 4 Riggers    	
608,269.00
626,980.00
651,785.00
656,852.00
744,202.50
751,732.00
774,180.00
858,935.00
891,600.00
892,856.00
1,457,100.00
1,995,630.00
2,043,306.00
862,056.28
921,905.00
939,276.00
997,973.00
1,338,973.00
1,498,579.00
1,678,582.60
1,698,000.00
2,017,522.00
390,415.00
421,000.00
435,000.00
442,246.00
543,760.00
552,600.00
625,000.00
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
 Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Preject 1385 - Nimpkisn River Bridge No. 2162; Kitimat River
Bridge No. 1480; Hirsch Creek Bridge No. 1478; Repairs
4 Modifications to Steelwork
Hitec Steel Construction 4 Engineering Services Ltd	
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd	
Project 1393 - Twidwell Bend Bridge No. 2268; Northeast
Development Road Cbntract No. 1, Pile Load Test
Franki Canada Ltd	
Pile Foundatidn (Alberta) Ltd	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd	
Project B-0001 - McLarry Bridge No. 516 Barkerville Highway,
Contract No. 1 - General
Goodbrand Const ruction Ltd	
Hansa Construction  	
Kingston Construction Ltd	
Awal
Project 1373 - Bonell Creek Bridge Duplicate No. 1246; Nanoose
Creek Bridge Duplicate No. 1247; Island Highway - Contract
No. 1 - General
Bastion Construction Ltd	
Dura Construction Ltd	
Kingston Construction Ltd	
G.W. Carlson Construction Ltd	
Ansha Contracting Co. Ltd	
Project 1375 - Pitt River Bridge No. 58, Lougheed Highway,
Contract No. 1 - Rehaoilitation of Superstructure
Van Vliet Construction Co. Ltd j	
Hallcraft Construction Co. Ltd	
Goodbrand Construction Ltd	
Project 1380 - Abandoned C.N.R. Bridge Over Interurban Road,
Contract No. 1 - General Removal of Pier and Steel Span
Wigmar Construction (B.C.) Ltd	
Dura Construction Ltd	
Chew Excavating Ltd	
Wheaton Construction Ltd	
Farmer Ccnstruction Ltd	
Gregco Industries Ltd	
Webb 4 Trace Ltd	
320,666.25
327,867.00
340,356.70
343,192.00
411,286.40
647,766.62
844,034.40
989,547.00
6,975.00
7,890.00
8,298.00
8,950.00
10,900.00
20,000.00
26,247.00
64,482.00
83,047.00
116,445.00
165,000.00
188,150.00
873,899.00
929,471.00
932,468.00
Aw;
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
Bridges
description of Work and Names ef Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
Ifiecl 1-0039 - Kettle River Bridge No. 6503 Monashee Highway
IJNa; - Contract No. 1 - General
I §nys Construction Ltd	
ISteur Contracting Co. Ltd	
leeiil Construction Ltd	
I Ma Construction Ltd	
VKii' Construction Ltd	
I@&Ci.Construction Ltd	
I UK instruction Ltd	
|6ecB-108-l Replacement of Railing - Kisbatenay River
loBr:je No. 2606, Highway #97
I §683-0286 - Petitot River Bridge No. 2616, Structural
nSb-IEternate
|9ecJ-0286 - Petitot River Bridge No. 2616, Prestressed
I  Goirete Alternative, Contract No. 1, Fort Nelson to Fort
|^Si[»qn!lHighway
feteiiewit Sons Co. Ltd	
tewocy Constructors - A Division of Newberry Energy Ltd.
lira instruction Ltd	
it. irlson Construction Ltd	
Qee3-0426   - Lean-to-Creek Bridge No.  1024;  Kalum Lake
3tRof Contract No. 1 - General
t». irlson Construction Ltd	
fasti Construction Ltd	
&iiG. Lee, Indigo Construction Ltd	
iran r Construction Ltd	
IhstiConstruction Co. Ltd	
taamstruction Ltd	
fyec3-0536 - Davie Street Pedestrian Overpass Quesnel No.
HI Contract No. 1 - General
ling 3in Construction Ltd	
tai Construction Ltd	
"taof Construction Ltd	
Siodand Construction Ltd	
"JBC3-0557 - Bear River Bridge No. 409, Stewart - Cassiar
• Hiday No. 37A - Contract No.  1 - General
S^y Construction Ltd	
joodand Construction Ltd	
*»ory Constructors    	
*tta (instruction Ltd	
Singon Construction Ltd	
fete<iewit Sons Co. Ltd	
316,558.50
367,345.50
388,393.00
395,207.28
398,665.00
446,046.06
458,718.00
Awarded
4,515,050.00
4,953,486.70
5,345,127.00
5,959,900.00
317,837.00
327,861.71
332,938.10
339,461.00
362,065.20
386,169.00
297,078.80
299,848.02
322,486.00
379,457.00
2,042,220.00
2,049,716.00
2,078,517.00
2,187,770.00
2,233,827.55
2,357,470.00
Cancelled
Cancelled
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Bridges
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers Rates Basea
On Estimated
Quantities
Project B-0573 - Westbridge Bridge No. 2619 Rock Creek - Kelowna
Highway No. 33, Contract No. 1 - General Sidewalk Aadition
Hitec Steel Construction 4 Engineering Services Ltd  69,273.00  Awar
Project B-0656 - Nancdse Overhead Duplicate No. 1640 Nanoose
Overhead modifications No. 1640, Island Highway Contract No.
1 - General
Ansha Contracting Co. Ltd  863,467.39  Awar
Bastion Construction Ltd  986,779.79
G.W. Carlson Construction Ltd  997,339.50
Kingston Construction Ltd  999,246.05
Canron Inc. Western Briage Ltd  1,035,309.84
Dura Construction Ltd  1,093,167.00
Project 8-0663 - Cowichan River Bridge No. 1289: Mddifications
to Bracing Trans Canada Highway No. 1
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd  28,005.00  Awai
Hitec Steel Construction 4 Engineering Services Ltd  32,850.00
Project B-1192 - Lillooet Bridge No. 221, Lillooet Access
Road, Contract No. 3 - Deck
Kingston Construction Lto  866,875.60  Awai I
Goodbrand Cdnstruction Lto  1,238,007.40
Dura Cdnstructidn Ltd  1,546,675.00
Project B-1234; Mars Creek Bridge No. 1430 Highway 23, Revelstoke-
Mica, Contract No. 2 - Superstructure and Removal of Holdick
Creek Bridge
Canron Inc  1,498,579.00  Awar
Brittain Steel Ltd  1,678,582.60
Jaemar Construction Co. Ltd  1,698,000.00
Dominion Bridge Co. Ltd  2,017,522.00
Project B-1261 - McPhee Bridge over St. Mary River No. 262;
Highway No. 95A, Contract No. 3 - Deck
Jaemar Construction Co. Ltd  698,000.00  Awar
Goodbrand Construction Ltd  778,184.00
Kingston Construction Ltd  793,968.00
Ansha Contracting Co  979,000.00
Dura Construction Ltd  1,100.000.00
Project B-1285 - Courtenay River Bridge No. 2701; 17th Street
Contract No. 1 - General
Hansa Construction Ltd  2,884;687.00  Awar
G.W. Carlson Construction Ltd  2,990,840.00
Dura Construction Ltd  3,271,434.00
Dillingham Corporation Canada   3,347,420.00
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Bridges
49
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based Remarks
On Estimated
Quantities
bet 137* - Colony Farm Overhead No. 2664, Cape Horn to
KCtiver Highway - Contract No.  1
POctruction, Division of Van Vliet Construction Co. Ltd.
L C struction Ltd	
fold Construction Ltd	
Bat Constructors, Division of Newberry Energy Ltd.
4,879,257.72        Awarded
4,885,752.00
5,312,241.00
5,761,596.10
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TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
Ferries
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimateo
Quantities
Aw;
Project T.F.M. 141 - Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal, Contract No.
1 - Marine Structures
Dillingham Cerpdration Canaua Ltd	
Fraser River Pile Driving Cd. Ltd	
Prdject T.F.M. 141 - Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal, Ccntract No.
2 - Installation of Electrical-Water Systems
Sygnet Constructicn Ltd	
Winvan Paving Ltd	
L.G. Scott 4 Sons Contracting Lto	
Project T.F.M. 187 - Deas Maintenance Facility - General
Contract of Liferaft Building
Smitn Bros 4 Wilson Ltd	
Dompro Construction Ltd	
Dewey De Vries 	
G.W. Carlson Construction 	
Gooa Dee Engineering Ltd	
Project T.F.M. 192 - Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal Ccntract Nn. 1 -
Deuble Docking Berth No. 3
Dillingham Corporation Canada Lto	
Canron Inc	
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd	
Project T.F.M. 194 - Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal, Contract No. 1
Revisions to Exit Lanes
Wakeman 4 Trimble Contractors Ltd	
Webb 4 Trace Ltd	
Peter Kiewit Sens Co. Ltd	
Chew Excavating Ltd	
Project T.F.M. 195 - Skioegate Ferry Terminal, Contract No. 2 -
Marine Structure and Electrical
Fraser River Pile Driving Co. Ltd	
Dillingham Corporation Canada Ltd	
Project T.F.M. 198 - Contract No. 4 - Foundation Work of New
Stores Building at Deas Refit/Stores Complex
Manning Construction Ltd	
Van Vliet Construction Co. Ltd	
Dura Construction Ltd	
Boyd Construction (1979) 	
Ansha Contracting Co. Lt3d	
Arlen Construction Ltd	
Interior Contractors Ltd	
3,024,099.00
3,067,761.00
185,475.00
208,110.00
240,840.00
175,256.90
177,490.00
194,426.00
213,123.00
216,600.00
1,483,625.00
1,897,941.00
1,962,950.00
284,259.56
317,965.00
330,415.00
472,326.00
2,628,830.00
2,943,645.00
90,462.00
94,231.00
95,000.00
96,200.00
97,968.00
99,840.00
116,797.00
Awai
Aw;
Awa
Aw;
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
Ferries
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Ameunt of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based Remarks
On Estimated
Quantities
Isct F.M. 198 - Contract No. 5 - Deas Refit/Stores Complex;
winding Work, New Stores Building
Iftecorie Construction Co. Ltd  689,400.00       Awarded
destruction (1979)       720,000.00
KBcne Construction Ltd  1,000.000.00
1389 - Blubber Ferry Terminal, Contract No. 2 -
rine Structures
sei iver Pile Driving Co. Lto	
rre^ron Works Ltd	
tliram Corporation Canada Ltd	
&aPile Driving Co. Ltd „	
:ct 177 - New Ferry Terminal at Sangdale Ferry Terminal
376,443.00
433,050.00
504,340.00
724,451.00
Awarded
Cancelled
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Gravel Crushing
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
79,530.00
98,400.00
106,590.00
109,830.00
128,700.00
134,700.00
179,880.00
67,175.00
115,125.00
115,625.00
157,850.00
40,200.00
51,975.00
59,850.00
82,950.00
Project M-4529 - Crushed Granular Aggregate in Stockpile,
Contract No. 1 -122 Mile Pit No. 2704, 100 Mile House
Highway Oistrict
D.M.J. Construction Ltd	
H. Williamson Blacktop 4 Landscaping Ltd	
Enderby Gravel Products Ltd	
W.E. Robertson Construction Co. Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd	
MacKenzie Redi-Mix 	
Contract No. 2 - 5 Mile Pit No. 2627, Lillooet Hwy. District
D.M.J. Construction Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd	
Ptarmigan Gravel Ltd	
Columbia Bitulithic Lto	
Contract No. 3 - Bellicim Pit. No. 5580 - Burns Lake Hwy District
MacKenzie Redi-Mix Co. Ltd	
W.E. Robertson Cnnstruction Co. Lto	
Omineca Construction Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd	
Contract No. 4 - Elgie Pit No. 2475 - Penticton Hwy District
Ceccon Trucking 4 Excavating Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd	
Contract No. 5 - Walloper Pit No. 2556 - Merritt Hwy District
Ptarmigan Gravel Ltd	
W.E. Robertson Ltd	
Pete' s Development Ltd	
D.M.J. Construction Ltd	
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd	
Contract No. 6 - Rusty Pit No. 2546 - Merritt Hwy District
Contract No. 7 - Logan Lake East Pit No. 2553 - Merritt Hwy District
Ptarmigan Gravel Ltd	
W.E. Robertson Construction Co. Lto	
D.M.J. Construction Lto	
Pete's Development Ltd	
Johnson!s Trucking Western Lto	
Contract No. 8 - Swan No. 1 Pit No. 5407 - Smithers Hwy District
W.E. Robertsen Construction Co. Ltd	
Cdlumbia Bitulithic Ltd	
935.00
010.00
250.00
.500.00
500.00
.250.00
500.00
,000.00
100.00
500.00
450.00
250.00
,800.00 3
700.00
CC
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GRAVEL CRU33HING
53
iBEription of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount df
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
act). 9 - Pit No. 5451 Smithers Highway District
gfens Redi-Mix Co. Ltd	
44,750.00
it). 10 - Tatlow, 9 Mile and Carnaby Pits, Smithers Hwy District
icti. 11 - Gulf Islands, Saanich
jjj.Qi Ltd	
.and iphalt Producers Ltd	
|GS jjregate Ltd	
l:ktop    	
?:rtson Construction Co.
Xen: Red-Mix Co. Ltd. ...
sou Trucking Western Ltd.
-td.
act). 12 - Oyster River Pit #6498 - Courtenay
act i. 13 - Central Pit No. 6400H on Hornoy Island, 4 Cape
kidgs'it No. 6497A on Quadra Island
aid .cavating (1971) Ltd	
toft! fid	
.and .phalt Producers Ltd	
[usliregates Ltd	
acc~j. 14 - Fdrestry Pit Nd. 1610, Hope Highway District
Hi rijSrqction Ltd	
nsor Trucking Western Ltd	
uroa Bitulithic Ltd	
flbre Construction Lto	
act: >15 - Supply 4 Delivery te Islands dff east Ceast
f-Vaouver Island
b Ce Ltd.    	
and: phalt Producers Ltd	
set . 16 - Grube Pit Ne. 2224, in Salmon Arm Hwy District
.&;nf||uction Ltd	
SW-E Gravel Ltd	
er es	
nson Trucking Western Ltd	
a's velopment Ltd	
ms Trucking Lto	
act . 17 - Pit No. P4329 -
J- nstruction Ltd	
n?W Tricking Western Ltd.
•#ai3itulithic Ltd	
"Js Trucking Lto	
Dawson Creek Highway District
157,100.
206,050.
206,200.
224,008.
238,208,
275,544,
390,496,
116,250.
179,850.
222,000.
235,500.
67,450
86,640
87,590
113,810,
Awarded
Awarded
Cancelled
(Tender total
only for Quadra
-Island portion)
Awarded
76,676
78,620
.00
,00
67,600.
74,250.
76,650.
78,850.
101,950.
110,000.
94,000
97,400.
j.05,400
158,000
00
00
00
,00
Awarded
Awarded
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Gravel Crushing
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers Rates Basea
On Estimated
Quantities
Contract No. 18 - Mt. Lernoray Pit No. 4399E Dawson Creek Hwy District
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd  46,750.00 i
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  67,500.00
D.M.J. Construction Ltd  78,250.00 j
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  99,000.00
Contract No. 19 - Rieske Pit No. P4482 Fort St. John Hwy District
Johnson's Trucking Western Lto  82,200.00
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd  99,400.00
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  160,000.00 .
Contract No. 20 - Crescent Pit No. 5250 and Kozier Pit No.
5232 - Terrace Highway District
Farko Contracting Ltd  102,500.00
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  112,500.00
Argus Aggregates Ltd  178,000.00
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  252,500.00 I
Contract No. 21 - Peejay Pit No. 4463, Fort St. John Hwy District
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  68,000.00  A'J
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  76,900.00
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd  79,400.00 J
Contract No. 22 - Wilde Pit No. 4468 Fort St. John Hwy District
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  149,600.00  A'J
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd  186,800.00
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  320,000.00 |
Contract No. 23 - Cowie No. 4302H - Dawson Creek Hwy. District
D.M.J. Construction Ltd  58,200.00  Ad
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  71,700.00
Columbia Bitulithic Ltd  75,600.00 J
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  138,000.00 I
Contract No. 24 - 36 Mile, Moore Road Pit No. 4302N, Dawson Creek,
revised by addendum 2 - Johnson Pit No. 4304, south of Taylor
L.R. Wyles Trucking Ltd  ' 91,700.00 I
Johnson's Trucking Western Ltd  103,300.00 4
D.M.J. Construction Ltd  103,300.00 S
Columbia Bitulithic Lto  120,700.00 %
Contract No. 25 - Triad Pit No. 4467 - Fort St. John Hwy. District
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IHeriPtion of work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Basea
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
, 26 - Hotel Creek Pit No. 5301 4 Deltair Pit
3 - Dease Lake
lljEovota Ltd	
a., nstruction Ltd	
K) s Trucking Ltd	
«oiBitulithic Ltd	
Bl regates Ltd	
isor Trucking Western Ltd	
let . 27 - McDeugal Pit Nc. 2904 - Kelowna Hwy District
SO. s Construction Lto	
. rf>s Trucking Ltd	
3. nstruction Ltd	
ax gineering and Construction Co	
a velopment Ltd	
rs os. Industries Ltd	
et,. 28 - Westel Pit No. 4249 - Quesnel Hwy District
fits. 29 - Godey Pit No. 2542, Merritt Highway District
WaHrucking Ltd	
3s as. Industries    	
A j TStruction Ltd	
Mi atrucking Western Ltd	
nc analt Prooucers Ltd	
et:. 30 - Flatbed No. 2 Pit No. P4302Q - Dawson Creek
uj,)T*§:ruction Ltd	
Cning Ltd	
pon Trucking Western Ltd	
L*y; Trucking Lto	
frortson Construction Co	
CIS. 31 - Supply and Deliver Crushed Aggregate,  Chip
litd MC250 Asphalt Patchmix to Islands off East Cdast
iVanuver Island
?d Jihalt Producers    	
Ca Ltd	
iel^Sate Ltd	
294,360.00
311,400.OU
378,750.00
446,250.00
600,900.00
613,650.00
37,000.00
43,800.00
45,800.00
49,600.00
59,600.00
100,000.00
74,200.00
84,990.00
88,500.00
97,000.00
118,400.00
85,800.00
100,000.00
108,000.00
133,600.00
149,000.00
372,051.00
423,824.00
506,312.00
Awarded
Awarded
Cancelled
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
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Miscellaneous
Description of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Project No. 4453 - Construction of Washroom Building at 108 Mile
Rest Area, Caribbo Highway No. 97,
Project No. 4526 - Contract No. 1 - Reforestation of Cut Slopes
Trans Canada Highway #1 - Boston Bar (approx. 1.6 km)
Whiskey Jack Reforestation 	
Dirk Brinkman Contracting Ltd	
Terrasol Revegetation Erosion Control Ltd	
Project No. C-3121 - Contract No. 6 - Landscape Development
of Blanshard Street Extension Ravine Way, and
Blanshards Street, Victcria
Joe Burns Ltd	
Kimoff Landscaping Ltd	
G. 4 W. Landscaping 	
Project No. D-3714 - Contract No. 2 - Construction of Washroom
Building Bradner Road Safety Rest Area Trans Canada Hignway
No. 1, Chilliwack
Schwab Enterprises 	
Dick Heiner Construction Ltd	
Vada Contracting Ltd	
G.F. Kay Construction 	
Project D-3716 - Contrat No. 2 - Constructicn of Washroom
Building, Cole Road Safety Rest Area, Trans Canada Highway
No. 1, Chilliwack
Dick Heiner Construction Ltd	
Schwab Enterprises 	
Vada Cbntracting Lto	
Project No. D-4453 - Constructon of Washroom Building at 108
Mile Rest Area, Cariboo Highway No. 97
Cameo Homes 100 Mile House Ltd	
Tuftec Cbnstruction Ltd	
Flonery Construction Ltd	
Guran Construction Ltd	
Jim Dent Construction Ltd	
Juniper Construction Ltd	
N.C. Contractors, A Division of N. Caribbb Bldg Products
Anvil Constructicn Lto	
Wayne Watson Construction Ltd	
31,936.00
34,336.00
41,715.55
Cam
2,108.00       Awa
2,880.00
20,445.00
99,843.00       Awa
104,500.00
123,530.00
159,972.00
81,300.00
86,729.00
93,750.00
39,653.46
41,804.00
42,096.00
57,805.00
59,717.00
63,892.00
66,000.00
71,925.00
84,672.00
Awa
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Miscellaneous
57
inscription of Work and Names of Tenderers
Amount of
Tenders at Unit
Rates Based
On Estimated
Quantities
Remarks
L[ . 0-4518 - Contract No. 1 - Landscape Development of
Hiqh/ interchanges Willingdon Avenue to Cariboo Road,
tfltvJanada Highway No. 1, Burnaby
Uarlast Lands (B.C.) Ltd	
kftia.andscaping Ltd	
Biroctural Services Ltd	
f# Kcone 4 Brothers Landscaping    	
IlIaB-andscapers Lto	
:ci 0094 - Contract No. 1 - Landscape Development of Cape
Kornnterchange Port Mann Bridge, Trans Canada Highway No.
1, Cuitlam
Sliwa landscaping Ltd	
iartest Lands (B.C.) Ltd	
(iroctural Services Ltd	
=ct 0097 - Contract No.  1 - Landscape Development of
haisn Overhead, Kamloops, B.C.
landscaping Ltd	
bsbi Valley 4 Landscaping Ltd	
uo'sardening 4 Landscaping Ltd	
aaff andscaping Ltd	
stariShaae 4 Landscaping Ltd	
ect.0098 - Contract No. 1 - Landscape Development of
Sain Bypass Highway No. 3, Salmo
nsiii Valley 4 Landscaping Ltd	
oar est Lands (B.C.) Ltd	
no':ardening 4 Landscaping Lto	
iof ontracting Lto	
37,200.75
38,279.95
38,850.00
40,490.90
46,622.25
34,928.89
40,544.50
40,960.00
63,821.56
71,300.00
92,077.00
94,396.00
107,948.08
52,400.00
59,518.00
67,432.50
97,748.29
Awarded
Awarded
Awarded
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HIGHWAYS STATISTICS
STATEMENT SHOWING DISTANCES OF PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS
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By Class
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METRIC MEASURES
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Region &
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Main
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Other Roads
Total Dlst.
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11.  North Vancouver
Provincial
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99.94
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70.90
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5.35
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18.95
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228.23
463.22
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65.63
66.08
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254.07
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74.82
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285.80
204.85
424.89
875.83
1791.37
231-90
102.55
20.11
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575.12
216.03
141.29
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953.72
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Provincial
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12.10
138.00
390.20
1051.10
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204.40
22.  Salmon Arm    .••
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194.15
23.39
5.64
440.75
21.88
561.53
1196-43
50.91
130.58
22-Hjt
23. Vernon    	
Provincial
Classified
135.25
52.55
8.85
421.89
24.48
450.89
1016.88
77.03
74.09
33.60
57.92
24.  Penticton    ....
Provincial
Classified
297.45
36.16
393.27
18.20
687.29
1378.01
54.36
55.63
111.98
29.36
25.  Merritt     	
Provincial
Classified
160.57
5.59
90.08
7.49
956.45
2.13
1209.23
13.08
18.39
12.39
26. Lillooet     	
Provincial
Classified
75-80
6-60
175.10
4.60
309.64
5.70
324.85
885.39
16.90
2.50
27.  100 Mile House
Provincial
Classified
140.87
4.43
63.43
562.28
1157.61
1.39
1924.19
5.82
152.07
153.92
9-60
Provincial
Classified
101.64
28.19
39.31
132.80
12.25
723.67
997.42
40.44
243.95
Regional Totals  .
Provincial
1419.23
514.77
3607.28
4959.07
10,500.35
759.71
503.90
131.81
Classified
169.01
17.73
82.51
1.39
270.64
REGION 3
Provincial
Classified
166.40
9.38
43-10
135.40
.58
362.42
707.32
9.96
28.04
145.16
32. Rossland     	
Provincial
155-62
15.83
58.02
277.45
506.92
87.10
5.55
Classified
34.40
3.91
1.29
39.60
2.02
33. Grand Forks
Provincial
Classified
133.73
15.39
96-01
167.02
1.98
602.09
998.85
17.37
47.25
19.55
34.  New Denver    ...
Provincial
Classified
162.60
4.30
155.20
7.10
73.30
303.70
694.80
11.40
58-14
439.12
35.  Cranbrook    ....
Provincial
Classified
218.00
15.60
211.30
4.00
561-10
990.40
19.60
59.90
19.30
36.  Fernie    	
Provincial
Classified
116.67
30.51
26.78
86.20
10.32
408.12
1.13
637.77
41.96
360.34
Provincial
Classified
260.90
8.80
9.50
2.70
539.70
810.10
11.50
95.30
2.50
274.10
38.  Revelstoke    ...
Provincial
Classified
78.70
1.61
112.15
22.40
6.52
283.03
496-28
8.13
33.50
.80
15.93
Provincial
Classified
184.75
5.36
13.52
246.93
2.03
93.40
538.60
7.39
23.61
Regional Totals   ■
Provincial
1477.37
462.59
1010.07
3431.01
6381.04
793.18
.80
918.71
Classified
125.35
11.01
29.42
1.13
166.91
4.52
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
103
STATEMENT SHOWING DISTANCES OF PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS
AND CLASSIFIED HIGHWAYS
By Class
(Classified in Bold Type)
1
METRIC MEASURES
Mi
Provincial
and
Classified
Trunk
Highways
Main
Highways
Other Roads
Total Dist.
Open
Distance
Not Open
Trails
and Naiura
Resources
Co.lector
Minor
Roads
Trails
4
set ik
Jeorge
Provincial
Classified
418.98
15.40
20.44
765.16
1384.07
35.84
273.91
Quest
Provincial
173.41
85.28
550.63
1283.61
2092-93
74.52
93.86
288.11
Classified
7.72
7.28
15.00
Dacuc
"reek    -
Provincial
Classified
341.16
31.35
51.20
1705.70
3.15
306-56
2404-62
34.50
2017.07
John
Provincial
69.60
124.22
1514.60
663.11
2371.53
1281.10
Classified
7.70
22.63
33.88
12.66
76.87
VanctE
of    ..-
Provincial
Classified
116-48
26-53
60.09
5.49
483.01
2.89
665.64
1325.22
34.91
350.97
297.85
522.92
233-45
HoBri
Provincial
Classified
356-17
1.19
2.32
319.41
675.58
3.51
72.78
22.53
am
Lake
Provincial
65-87
466-88
6.39
2459.72
2998.86
99.30
596.89
90.67
268.59
otals  •
Classified
2.22
1.88
3.98
8-08
Provincial
1541.67
833.25
4414.68
6463-21
13252-81
4169.65
1011.13
201-70
1037.94
Classified
92.11
50.44
53.50
12.66
208.71
REG
5
Briac
upert
Provincial
42-81
277.46
150.20
470.47
115.10
54.48
53.27
Classified
42.05
44.09
2.30
88.44
Provincial
Classified
136.54
5.95
51.11
6.60
100.06
6.30
158.21
445.92
18.85
131.05
133.31
57.49
Jeaseike     ...
Provincial
Classified
566.21
44.26
264.67
875-14
1281.90
Provincial
Classified
257.29
13.73
161.35
.60
586.78
7.30
1005-42
21.63
130.97
611.42
28.48
435.23
"iurnsike    ..-
Provincial
113.40
22.20
422.40
414.60
972-60
68-20
137-60
Classified
36.20
.70
3.20
40-10
^iona
otals  -
Provincial
550.04
916.98
728.07
1574.46
3769.55
445.32
927.40
81.75
630-32
REGI
6
Classified
97.93
51.39
12.40
7.30
169.02
.feaai
Provincial
92.15
36.00
353.65
646.40
1128-20
102.58
18.40
28.32
22.40
Classified
48.34
9.33
6.84
27.44
91.95
Sasni
Provincial
23-24
71.00
242.46
763.81
1100-51
125-44
69.26
Classified
37.35
34.98
34.30
1.11
107.74
Port-:
ierni
Provincial
Classified
174.10
16.31
43-70
10.36
35.30
633-70
886-80
26.67
410.90
29.90
7.20
-OTirt.y     .. . .
Provincial
279.72
99-90
37.20
1092.52
1509.34
166.37
376.80
106.10
Uiona totals  .
Classified
23.16
20.49
40.15
83.80
Provincial
569.21
250.60
668.61
3136.43
4624.85
805.29
425.10
35-52
197.76
tab
Classified
125.16
75.16
41.14
68.70
310-16
Provincial
5843.32
3183.04
10853.60
20440.01
40319-97
7205.05
2970.28
1389.60
2665.98
Classified
1184.68
421.76
360.26
112.46
2079.16
4.52
W1    Us         ...
Provincial
7028.00
3604.80
11213.86
20552.47
42399.13
7209.57
5516.06
2743-68
.
Classified
 104
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
HIGHWAYS STATISTICS
STATEMENT SHOWING DISTANCES OF PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS
AND CLASSIFIED HIGHWAYS
By Surface Type
(Classified in Bold Type)
METRIC MEASURES
Region
Highw
REGION 1
11. North Vancouver.
13. Gibsons  	
14. New Westminster
15. Chilliwack 	
16. Hope 	
Regional Totals .
REGION 2
21. Kamloops  	
22. Salmon Arm .-.
23. Vernon 	
24. Penticton 	
25. Merritt 	
26. Lillooet  	
27. 100 Mile House
29. Kelowna 	
Regional Totals .
REGION 3
31. Nelson 	
32. Rossland 	
33. Grand Forks ...
34. New Denver ...
35. Cranbrook ....
36. Fernie  	
37. Golden 	
38. Revelstoke  ...
39. Creston 	
Regional Totals .
Cla
incial
sified
incial
Classified
Provincial
is1fled
'incial
Classified
cial
Classified
2.67
1.29
106-96
131.63
269.42
23.92
49.63
511-09
247.81
214.05
214.22
5.06
62.43
100.65
1.67
8.15
20.54
44.69
29.71
27.45
144.66
4.45
167.98
125.77
1.53
109.64
3
32
18
25
.21
44
.95
27
84
319.37
136.08
556.30
25-59
73.33
532.92
463.22
254.07
379.15
5.06
19
68
3.12
26
.04
7.24
Provincial
Classified
4.67
10.07
888.04
885-75
243.37
51-92
560.72
5.98
1791.37
953.72
Classified
Classified
Clasi
Prov:
Cla si
lfied
ncial
ified
ivlncial
Classified
cial
ified
ncial
ified
ncial
ified
cial
Class!
Provii
Classified
al
Classified
Provincial
Classified
Provincial
Classified
Classified
330.20
12.10
356.35
50.91
241.44
65.20
353.49
49.06
196.93
7.65
102.20
15.90
295.47
5.28
521.33
33.92
2397.41
240.02
250.30
9.66
225.46
39.60
157.67
17.37
104.90
3.50
255.50
15.60
167.94
40.83
311.10
11.50
108.19
7.73
222.68
7.39
1803.74
153.18
164.18
217-27
11.83
401.75
5.30
252.76
5-43
181.80
1.00
116.63
-54
149.34
6.52
1804.03
30.62
121.10
116.93
307.16
248.60
7.90
112.80
4.00
125-47
135.80
.40
110.33
1522.78
12.30
1016.30
545.74
462.44
440.36
463.72
578.59
1224.20
288.64
263.21
136.54
330.22
231.20
369.10
189.20
1.13
329.18
108.40
156.95
2113.92
1.13
226.00
130-16
95.73
182.41
295.82
22.80
287.89
38.11
71.91
27.57
203.80
110.10
253.00
155-16
34.10
35.10
47-56
1892.80
12.10
1196.43
50.91
1016.88
77.03
1378.01
54.36
1209.23
13.08
885.39
16.90
192<
.19
5.82
997.42
40.44
10500.35
270.64
707.32
9.96
506.92
39.60
998.85
17.37
694.80
11.40
990.40
19.60
637.77
41.96
810.10
11.50
496.28
8.13
538.60
7.39
i381.04
166.91
79.20
86.23
116.09
212.49
1.75
18-98
19.34
3.36
12.60
99.77
74.40
28.39
.72
48.*5|
•3|
11-58
1"1a
44.35
74
09
55
63
4.42
2v5Q
35
31
98
46
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
105
STATEMENT SHOWING DISTANCES OF PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS.   1
AND CLASSIFIES HIGHWAYS
By Surface Type
(Classified  in Bold Type)
a*»
METRIC MEASURES
A
A
B
C
D
Re
&
Provincial
Portland
Bituminous
Total
Rlght-of
Rlght-of
Total
H
'ay
and
Cement
Bituminous
Road Mix &
Not
Miles,
Way,
.   Distance
□ i
9
'Classified
Concrete
Plantmix
Soil Cemen
Gravelled
Gravelled
Open
Established
RSfJT
4
»8fia
George
Provincial
Classified
26.26
9.58
234.13
■ 1384.07
35-84
149.66
124.25
273.91
Provincial
495.17
16.69
1150.32
430.75
.2092-93
43.92
30.60
74.52
Classified
.34
14.66
15.00
BM
Creek    .
Provincial
Classified
418.44
34.50
'32.90
1716.63
236.65
2404162
■     34.50
42.87
1974.20
2017.07
«brt
.John
Provincial
Classified
218.42
62.61
46.20
1693.51
14.26
413.40
2371.53
76.87
47.90
1233.20
1281.10
tad
oof     ..-
Provincial
Classified
241.07
30.96
8.01
2.60
953.29
1.35
122.85.
1325.22
34.91
115-87
235.10
350.97
Hoftr
provincial
. 288.67.
127.40
226.89
32.62
675.58
,61.10
11.68
i   72.78
Classified
2.45
1.06
3.51
■"*in
s Lake
Provincial
355.36
10.07
1412.94
1220.49
2998.86
73.29
26.01
99.30
Totals  .
Classified
8.08
8.08
Provincial
2492-30
354.34
7715.28
2690.89
13252.81
534-61
3635.04
4169.65
Classified
.34
179.52
3.66
25.19
208.71
REGl
5
Rupert
Provincial  !
Classified
258.20
86.18
184.27
. 2.26
28.00
470.47
84.44
39.54
75.56 .
115.10
Provincial
235.53
7.29
200.25
2.85
445.92
49.79
81.26
131.05
Classified
18.85
18.85
Seas
ake    ...
Provincial
Classified'
32-36
91.85
640.25
110.68
875.14
.Salt
Provincial
214.30
7.28
741.00
42.84
1005.42
16.43
114.54
130.97
Classified
19.50
.69
1.44
21.63
ake    ...
Provincial
229.00
568.10
175.50
972.60
35.10
33.10
68.20
Totals  .
Classified
■  38.60
.50
1.00
40'. 10
■provincial
969.39
106.42
2333*87
359.87
3769.55
140.86
304.46
445.32
Classified ..
163.13
3-19
4.70
169.02
EGICs '
-Provincial'
Classified
496.30
91.95
-283 .80
346.95
1.15
1128.20"
91.95
4'.58
98.00
102.58
Saani    	
Provincial
296.23
440.53
343.18
20.57
1100.51
12.08
113-36
125-44
Classified
85.57
22.17
107.74
Part bernl    .
Provincial
Classified .
437.90
22.99
132.30
3.68
314.70
1.90
886.80'
26.67
9.30
401.60
410.90
ly    	
Provincial
.10
656.26
405.50
446-28
1.20
1509.34
11.95
154.42
166.37
Totals  .
Classified
68.16
14.03
1.61
83.80
Provincial
.10
1886.69
1262.13
1451-11
24.82
4624.85
37.91
767.38
805.29
Classified
268.67
39.88
1.61
310.16
Provincial
7.07
10437.57
5293.07
19194.89
5387.37
40319.97
1543.33-
5661.72
7,205.05
Ills    ...
Classified
10.71
1890.27
139.57
38.61
2079.16
4.52
i.52
Provincial ,
17.78
12327.84
5432.64
19233.50
5387.37
42399.13
1543.33
5666.24
7209.57
& Classified
 106 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF AIR SERVICES
P. S. PERRY
Air Ambulance, Transportation, Survey and Photography requirements of Provincia^H
ernment Ministries were carried out by the Air Services Branch during the past year with a fleet
four Cessna Citations, two Beechcraft A-200, an Otter and a Beaver aircraft. All equipment
based at the Victoria International Airport with the exception of the Beaver which is based
Kamloops.
Effective January 1, 1981, a new policy was established regarding the booking of speci |
flights for passengers other than Cabinet Ministers. Requests for such flights are handled by tl
Travel Recording Centre and are assessed on an economic basis and the schedule compared to th
of commercial carriers. This means that if there are favourable commercial connections and tl I
commercial tariff is more economical, the request for Air Services to operate the flight would I
denied in favour of the commercial carrier. This new policy will reduce the number of speci
flights operated thus providing a greater availability of aircraft and crews for use in the AI
Ambulance function.
A total of 6,933.4 aircraft flying hours was logged by the Branch during the past year wi
1,530.6 of these hours devoted to air ambulance flights and 3,167.2 hours for transportatkl
flights. There were 15,000 passengers carried.
Scheduled flight service operated between Victoria and Vancouver by Air Services w
increased by an additional daily round-trip at midday. This flight has proved to be very popul I
within the short time it has been operating and has had an average load factor of 47 per cent. Tl
number of scheduled flights between Victoria/Vancouver/Victoria is now 10 on Monday throu;
Thursday and 12 on Fridays. An extra evening flight is added as required when the House is
session.
The Supervisory and Pilot Training staff received annual re-current aircraft training at Flig
Safety, Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A. and American Airlines, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. The remainder'
the pilot staff were trained "in house" using Branch facilities and training staff. Aircra
Maintenance Engineers received aircraft and engine training at Pratt and Whitney, Montreal, ail
through the Flight S afety Company, Wichita, Kansas, U. S. A. The flight simulator continues to 1
used for the flight training of Tranport Canada pilots and other commercial pilots on a contraj
lease basis.
During the past year the Travel Recording Centre issued 41,373 travel warrants to Goverl
ment employees and the charge-back for personnel air transportation on Government aircraft I
the Ministries totalled $465,000; an increase of $90,000 over the 79/80 fiscal year.
Summary of Statistics for the Fiscal Year April 80-March 81
Aircraft Flying Hours
Beaver Aircraft (1) 478.5
Otter (1) 738.6
Beechcraft (2) 1,542.9
Cessna Citation (4) 3,980.8
Simulator (1) 192.6
Air Ambulance Flights
Number of flights 579
Number of patients 755
Flight time 1,530.1
Mileage 341,238
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
fial Photography
Total hours flown 852.4
Derail Operating Statistics
Total Aircraft Flying Hours 6,933.4
Total Passenger Hours 3,167.2
Total Passengers Carried 15,000
I ,-akdown of Passengers Carried
Scheduled Flights 10,639
Non Scheduled Flights 4,361
 108 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
The following pages disclose in detail the Ministry of Transportation and Highways expem J
tures for the fiscal year 1980-81.
The total gross expenditure of $650,095,586.29 for the period represents an incnaBl
$38,926,809 or 6.37 per cent over the preceding fiscal period.
The Highway Maintenance costs have increased marginally by 12.4 per cent taBIl
inflationary costs and a modest increase in road inventory and additional ferry service to t
public. A relatively mild winter was again experienced in many areas in 1980-81, similartat1
1979-80 season, which saved considerable expense on snowplowing, sanding and other win
maintenance activities.
The Highway Construction Capital costs increased from $308,912,754 in fiscUB
1979-80 to $341,223,515 in fiscal year 1980-81, an increase of $32,310,761 or 10.46 per cei
Such increase is due chiefly to the major highway reconstruction required in relocating Highw
23 Revelstoke-Mica necessitated by the construction of the Revelstoke Dam by B. C. Hydro a
Power Authority and major construction projects commenced on the Fraser River Crossi
(Annacis) and North East Coal Development Access highway. Additional funding was provid
by Bill 5 Special Purpose Appropriation Act, 1980 and Bill 7 Special Funds Act, 1980 (Fras
River Crossing Fund) to assist the Ministry in financing the accelerated Highway Capital Prograi
The Motor Vehicle Branch expenditures decreased from the previous fiscal period :
$3,481,584 due solely to the fact that no special chargeback payment by the Branch was made
the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia for net supply and service costs. In the prior fist
period a special chargeback payment of $4 million was made by the Branch to the Corporation I
net supply and service costs.
The Air Services Branch expenditures decreased from the previous fiscal year by $2, lOOjli
as no aircraft were purchased new or replaced during the fiscal period such as was the case in t
1979-80 fiscal period. Operating costs did increase considerably due to inflationary costs onfui
parts and supplies.
The Government through the Ministry's Local Airport Assistance Program continued
provide grants to municipalities and Regional Districts for the development, construction ai
improvements to local air transport facilities with total funds expended equaling $4,074,32
The Government through the Ministry continued to assist financially B.C. Rail by pr^ffi)
$8 million for the rehabilitation and $6 million operating subsidy for the Fort Nelson Exterati
The Government through the Ministry provided funds by Special Warrant in the amount
$7.7 million to the B .C. Steamship Company (1975) Limited to assist in the capital improvemer
and operating loss of the Princess Marguerite.
Effective with the 1980-81 fiscal period the Government introduced a modified affirt
accounting system which basically attempts to charge or credit, as the case may be, all signifies
expenditures or receivables paid or received in the new fiscal year that pertain to the prio%g(
year, to the prior fiscal year's appropriations or revenue accounts. The cut-off date for the
transactions is now May 31 each year instead of April 30.
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 109
How the Transportation and Highways dollar was spent:
MILLIONS Fiscal S*ec,r l980/81
50 100 150 200 2i50 300 350
'Jog'
\W/>ol-,.'?e-/i">^
?M>°u**S>^
7,576,270
4,080,540
906, 247
3,176,107
4,074,325
15,348,961
19,589,463
?c.
e*».
""9 g'S^
-   Gr°nt
*'*,
r's^S,
|CTp
«i
•Ml
m
*»on,
&*i
"■"Os,
7,700,000
57,928,384
174,467,706
(1.17%)
(0.63%)
(0.13%)
(0.49%)
(0.63%)
(2.36%)
(3.02%)
(2.15%)
(1.18%)
(8.91%)
(26.84%)
(52.49%)
 110
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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE BY VOTE, FISCAL YEAR 1980-81
111
Vote 193 - Minister's Office  (for details,
■ see Public Accounts)
Vote 194 - General Administration - Highways
I    (for details,  see Public Accounts)
Vote 195 - General Administration - Transportation
[    {for details,  see Public Accounts)
Vote 196 - Highway Maintenance
Ifioads 122,873,054.58
Know removal 26,440,730.00
■j^Bitra-Ministry
E   materials useage
■ credits 10,503,602.20cr.  138,810,132.38
Bridges 8,792,024.34
Ferries
Machinery operation and
■repairs, etc. 50,863,639.12
Intra-Ministry equipment
rental  credits 49,492,-025.72cr
Vote 197 - Highway Construction - Capital
Roaas
I    Archaeological  explorations
B   Equipment capital  purchases
■ Geotechnical  and materials
testing
Legal surveys
k Metric conversion campaign .-
Radio-telephone installations
I Rignts-of-way and property
purchases
B Roads construction
Roadside development
m   Safety measures and accident
reference markers
W   Secondary highways
I Signals, lighting etc.
H Surveys generally
Bridges, ferries and landings
H Bridges
Ferries
| Ferry landings
25,493,886.14   173,096,092.86
163,151.30
3,706,657.67
8,083,828.17
482,984.38
326.09
588,077.42
4,050,924.57
84,969,874.06
1,843,086.75
520,641.82
1,966,132.55
3,388,912.83
9,014,573.11
16,40*5,619.91
3,030,365.y9
1,137,592.07
Hardsurfaci ng
I Vote 198 - Hydro Development - Highways
I *^loads construction
Bridges
Hardsurfaci ng
wte 199 - Engineering Branch
Vote 200 - Weigh Scale Branch
Transportation
Transportation
Vote 201 - Motor Vehicle Branch
Administration
"Motor Vehicle Division
Motor Vehicle Inspection Division
Drivers' Licence Division
Vote 2U2 - Motor Carrier Branch
Aoministration
Investigation and inspection
118,779,170.72
20,573,577.97
50,075,337.98
36,835,211.16
7,093,060.55
47.332.79
833,873.75
4,803,563.34
3,550,272.08
4,859,211.53
230,118.49
906,246.53
192,406.62
6,414,505.47
969,357.98
1,371,613.40   174,467,706.26
189,428,086.67
43,975,604.50(1)
849,056.86
3,420,558.-96
14,046,920.70
1,136,365.02
 112
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
Vote 203  - Motor Carrier Commission
Voce 204 - Transportation Policy Analysis Branch
Administration
Northeast Coal Development  project
Grants and subsidies
Vote 205 - Air  Services Branch
Vote 206 - Local Airport Assistance Program
Vote 207 - British Columbia Ferries
Vote 208 - British Columbia Railway
Vote 209 - Building Occupancy Charges
Occupancy charges - Transportation
Tenant  improvement charges -
Transportation
Occupancy Charges — Highways
Tenant  improvement charges -
Highways
2,201,984.15
769.88
12,740,717.85
405,4 69.62
Vote 210 - Computer and Consulting Charges
Transportation charges
Highways charges
Bill  5 - Special Purpose Appropriation Act,   1980
Transportation
Local Airport Assistance Program
Highways
Roads construction 67,290,884.90
Fencing 1,148,038.61
Guardrail 3,010,22 6.15
Bridges 12,948,046.31
Ferries 46,935.50
Ferry landings 4 70,4 65.18
Hardsurfacing 14,797,490.85
Bill   7 - Special  Funds Act,   1980
(Fraser River Crossing)
Special Warrant No.19 - B.C.   Steamships Co.(1975)  Ltd.
mi 59)
evenue Act  (R.S.B.C.1979,  Chapter 367,
Interest on Overdue Accounts
538,109.81
161,737.51
87,359.99
2,202,774.03
13,146,187.47
2,406,175.45
1,674,364.53
255,600.51 ■
787,207.31
3,176,106.77(H
674,324.78
57,928,384.00(^
14,000,000.00
15,348,961.50
TOTAL,  GROSS EXPENDITURE
8,107,736.13
7,700,000.00
650,095,586.29(3)
NOTES:   (1)     The sum of  £4 3,685,290.48 was  re.
connection with the capital cons
vered from B.C.  Hydro and Power Authority :
uction work paid for  through this vote.
(2) Comprised of the Annual Highway Equivalent Subsidy to the B.C. Ferry Corporation
(£53,106,427.00) and lease payments ($4,821,957.00) for three vessels operated by
the Corporation.
(3) The sum of $3,071,362.96 was reversed from fiscal year 1981-82 and charged to I
fiscal year 1980-81 in conjunction with the modified accruals program instituted1
by the Office of the Comptroller-General.
(4) The sum of $495,337.50 was recovered from other Ministries using the Air Services
Branch.
(5) This amount was paid  for  through  the Ministry  of  Finance Vot
1980-81.
in Fiscal Year
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
DETAILS OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES  BY APPROPRIATIONS   (VOTES,   BILLS AND
SPECIAL WARRANTS),   AND BY STANDARD EXPENDITURE   CLASSIFICATIONS
MINISTER'S OFFICE
Description
This vote provides for  the office of   the Minister of
Transportation and Highways,   Including his salary and  expenses and  those of
his  immediate staff.
Appropriations                                                                                                Actual Expenditures
212,089 Total of vote    ig2  406
113
Expenditure  by  standard classlfi
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Office expense
Materials and supplies
152
,840
769
153,
610
",
255
llj
430
110
192,
406
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION -  HIGHWAYS
Description
This vote provides  for the over-all policy direction of  the
Ministry,  including  the offices of  the Deputy Minister and Assistant Deputy
Ministers,   as well as administrative and  support  services  to  the operational,
planning,  construction,  and research programs.
Appropriations
6,423,536
Total of
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies
Rentals-outside suppliers
Acquisition-machinery and equipment
ActL
lal Expendit
ires
6,414
505
1
4
365
327
002
551
4
692
553
300
083
218
574
969
108
51
295
81
779
88
270
1
899
10
940
6
,414
505
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION j 15
3
Vote 195
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION - TRANSPORTATION
Description
This vote provides for  the over-all  policy direction of  the
Transportation Division of  the Ministry,"including  the office of   the Assistant
Deputy Minister,  as well as administrative and  support  services  to  the
operational,  planning,  and  research programs-
Appropriations                                                                                               Actual Expenditures
1,118,973 Total of vote    969,354
Expenditure  by standard classification
Salaries 571,959
Temporary assistance 39,362
611,321
Travel expense 22,157
Professional and special services 85,834
Office expenses 224,007
Office furniture and equipment 11,436
Advertising and publications 5,935
Materials and supplies  8,664
969,354
 116 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE-
Description
This vote provides for the maintenance, repair, and operation ol
Provincial highways, roads, bridges, ferries,'landings, tunnels, equipment
operation and replacement, including winter maintenance of snow and ice
removal, and the payment of grants, contributions, and subsidies.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures .
179,351,848        Total of vote  174,467,706
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries 79,861,330
Temporary assistance 24,801,264
104,662,594
Travel expense 3,731,999
Professional and special services 531,141
Office expense 238,980
Office furniture and equipment 164,489
Advertising and publications 295,504
Materials and supplies 52,823,139
llotor-vehicles 2,069,928
Rentals-outside suppliers 12,024,179
Rentals-intra-ministry 39,027,304
Acquisicion-land and buildings 3,876,411
Acquisition—machinery and equipment 12,376,905
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 841,704
Other expenditure 360,954
233,025,231
Recoveries
Intra-ministry rental
credits 49,492,025
British Columbia Ferries 9,065,504
58,557,529
174,467,706
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION"
HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION - CAPITAL
Description
This vote provides for the-planning, engineering, design
survey, construction, reconstruction, right-of-way acquisition, property
purchase, and paving of Provincial highways, roads, bridges, ferries,
landings, and tunnels; purchase of additional machinery and equipment; and.
payment of authorized grants and contributions to municipalities in connectio:
with their highway systems.
Appropriations Actual Expenditures
208,209,007        Total of vote 189,428,086
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries 23,234,403
Temporary assistance 9,753,011
32,987,414
Travel Expense 3,109,040
Professional and special services     4,531,118
Office expense 163,316
Office furniture and equipment 89,998
Advertising and publications 39,750
Materials and supplies 15,327,432
Motor-vehicles -447,597
Rentals-outside suppliers 13,206,490
Ren tals-intra-mini st ry 7,242,800
Acquisition-land and buildings      103,076,659
Acquisition-machinery and equipment   4,575,107
Grants, contributions, and subsidies  4,631,306
189,428,086
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
HYDRO DEVELOPMENT - HIGHWAYS
Description
This vote provides for  the  right-of-way acquisition,   planning,
engineering  design,   survey,  construction,   or  reconstruction,  paving,  bridge
construction or reconstruction,   ferry construction,  and any other  related
costs  in connection with  the construction of  Provincial Highway 23,  Revelstoke
to Mica Creek and  the Waneta-Nelway Highway that results from the construction
of   the Revelstoke Dam and   the  Seven Mile Dam by British Columbia Hydro and
Power Authority.
Appropriations
10 Total of  vote
Expenditure by  standard classificatio
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Professional and  special  services
Office expense
Office  furniture and equipment
Materials and  supplies
Rentals-outside  suppliers
Rentals-i nt ra-mi nis t ry
Acquisition-land and buildings
Acquisition-machinery and equipment
NOTE: (1)     The  sum of  $43,685,290.48 was  recovered  from B.C.  Hydro and
Power Authority in connection with the capital construction work
paid for through this vote.
Ac
ual
Sxpe
idit
ires
43
975
604
]
,424
,549
1
,098
490
2
,523
222
424
11
207
2 77
32 0
039
83 5
081
840
4 78
364
101
605
39
984
3
674
581
43
975
604.
Cl)
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
E:lGINEEitXMG BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for processing of applications, monitoring of
construction and final inspections, as well as annual inspections and
certification of industrial projects subject to the Railway Act, Pipe—lines
Act, and the Industrial Transportation Act.  The Branch examines and certifies
operating personnel for railway, aerial tramways, and heavy automotive
equipment on private and industrial roads and provides a close liaison with
the Motor-veliicle 3ranch and the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum
Resources, as well as the Workers' Compensation Board, in matters of
standardisation of operational safety requirements.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
997,476        Total of vote   849,056
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries 669,127
Temporary assistance 13,717
682,844
Travel expense 99,639
Professional and special services        7,705
Office expense 21,465
Office furniture and equipment 3,467
Materials and supplies 8,986
Motor-ve.nicles 18,881
Kentals-outside suppliers 605
Acquisition-machinery and equipment  5,452
849,056
—
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
WEIGH SCALE BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the administration of the Commercial
Transport Act and regulations and in part, to assist in the enforcement of
Motor-vehicle Act, Motor Carrier Act, Motive-Fuel Use Tax Act, Automobile
Insurance Act, Highway Act, Mobile Home Act, and the Motor-Vehicle Transpo
Act (Canada). The Branch operates a network of weigh scale stations
throughout the Province to check commercial vehicles for compliance with t
statutes and regulations, and to issue permits and collect fees.
Appropriations
3,556,393        Total of vote	
Expenditure by standard classificatioi
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies
Motor-vehicles
Rentals-outside suppliers
Acquisition-machinery and equipment
Acti
al Expe
nditi
res
 3
,420
558
2
904
19
927
934
2
924
861
183
378
23
276
6
049
29
204
215
11
522
1
981
65
245
3
,420
558
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the licensing; registering, and
transferring of vehicles; for determining the fitness and ability of persons
to operate vehicles, for recording of violations and monitoring of drivers'
records; for safety Inspections and establishment of standards of vehicles and
for highway safety programs.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
15,898,017        Total of vote  14,046,920
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries 10,601,612
Temporary assistance 684,770
11,286,332
Travel expense 371,513
Professional and special services 288,737
Office expense 484,745
Office furniture and equipment 43,599
Advertising and publications 134,117
Materials and supplies 988,807
Motor-vehicles 29,892
Rentals-outside suppliers 15,137
Acquisition-machinery and equipment 8,701
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 337,054
Other expenditure  8,231
14,046,920
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
MOTOR CARRIER BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the conducting of investigations into the
licensing of the commercial motor carrier industry in the for-hire
transportation of freight and passengers; examination of schedules of rates
charged by carriers as well as time schedules; the making of recommendations
to the Motor Carrier Commission and the Implementation of the decisions made
by the Commission with respect to such applications; and the safety
inspections of public passenger vehicles.
Appropriations
1,150,751        Total of vote	
Act
il Expenditures
  1,136,365
Expenditure by standard classifies
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies
Mo tor-vehiele s
Rentals-outside suppliers
866
652
143
519
1,010
1/1
39
463
64
599
637
14
376
6
056
1
060
1,136
365
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
MOTOR CARRIER COMMISSION
Description
This vote provides for the regulation of the motor carrier
industry intra-provincially as a Provincial Board pursuant to the Motor
Carrier Act, and extra-provincially as a Federal Board pursuant to the Motor
Vehicle Transport Act (Canada).
It also provides for the administration of the
Telecommunications Utilities Act.
123
Appr
opriations
Actual Expenditures
Expenditure by standard  classification
Salaries
172,598
Travel expense
7,776
Professional and special services
61,223
Office expense
5,172
Office furniture and equipment
212
Materials and supplies
594
Motor-vehicles
5,300
Rentals-outside suppliers
2,723
255,600
 124 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS. REPORT, 1980/81
TRANSPORTATION POLICY ANALYSIS BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the development, co-ordination,
evaluation, and implementation of transportation policies and programs.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
1,323,211        Total of vote  787,207
Expenditure by standard classification
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and Publications
Materials and supplies
Rentals-outside suppliers
Grants, contributions, and subsidie
1
130
779
56
164
186
943
20
629
470
687
5
408
1
023
2
713
8
097
4
344
s     87
359
787
207
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
AIR SERVICES BRANCH
Description
This vote provides for the provision of aircraft and ci
provide the air services requirements for the Provincial Government,
air services, air transportation, air training services, and aerial
photographic services.
ews  to
such as
Appropriations
3,108,928
Actual !
Total of vote	
dard classification
spe
iditures
176,106
Expenditure by s
Salaries
Temporary assistance
. Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Materials and supplies
Rentals-outslde suppliers
Acquisition-machinery and equipment
Recoveries
Other ministries
1,364,163
49,938
1,414,101
44,791
22,403
17,598
3,226
1,870,060
25,288
273
9/3
3
6/1
495
443
33/
3
1/6
106
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
LOCAL AIRPORT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Description
This vote provides for grants and development, construction, and
administration costs relating to the construction or improvement of air
transport facilities and navigational aids throughout the Province.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
739,568        Total of vote  674,324
Expenditure by standard classificatio
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office furniture and equipment
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies
Rentals-outside suppliers
109
264
118
694
22/
958
38
4//
3
Z03
82cr
423
5
4//
94
ZOZ
303
65/
674
324
BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES
Description
This vote provides for the annual highway equivalent subsidy to
the British Columbia Ferry Corporation, and lease payments and related
administrative costs for ferries subleased to and operated by the Corporation.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
57,929,127        Total of vote  57,928,384
Expenditure by standard classification
Professional and special ■services        2,157
Rentals-outside suppliers 4,819,800
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 53,106,427
57,928,, 384
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY
This vote provides for grants to the British Columbia Railway to
underwrite the cost of rehabilitating the Fort Nelson Extension and
compensating the railway for Government-mandated services.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
14,000,000        Total of vote  14,000,000
Expenditures by standard classification
Grants, contributions, and subsidies 14,000,000
14,000,000
17
Vote 209
BUILDING OCCUPANCY CHARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the British Columbia
Buildings Corporation for rental and maintenance of buildings, and office
accommodation occupied by the Ministry.
Appropriations                                     Actual Expenditures
15,356,000        Total of vote  15,348,961
Expenditure by standard classific
Rentals-outside suppliers
15,348,961
COMPUTER AND CONSULTING CTARGES
Description
This vote provides for payments to the Britisu Columbia Systems
Corporation for data processing and management consulting services.
.                                        Actual Expenditures
Appropriations ... ,,9
a nsn qnn        T„tal of vote  4,uau,3Jt>
,080,900
Expenditures by standard classlfi
Data systems and processing
127
 128 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
SPECIAL PURPOSE APPROPRIATION ACT 1980
This Act  provided  funds not exceeding $100 Million for
accelerated highway construction and. funds not exceeding $3.4 million fo
the  purpose  of establishing,  expanding and  Improving airport  facilities.
Appropriations                                                                                              Actual Expenditures
103,400,000 Total of  bill    103,112,087
Expenditures by standard classification
Salaries
Temporary assistance
Travel expense
Professional and special services
Office expense
Office  furniture  and equipment
Advertising and publications
Materials and supplies
Rentals-outside suppliers
Rentals-lntra ministry
Acquisition-land and buildings
Acquisition-machinery and equipment
Grants,  contributions and subsidies
Highway
Airport Facilities
Construetio
n
n
6,304,815
3,412,552
7,003
9,717,367
54 6,9 71
762,736
5,938
500
5,645
15,29 7
10,710,565
12,410
24,440,104
432,08 6
2,858,425
50,647,059
1,974
2,948,000
99,712,087
3,400,000
 • ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
SPECIAL FUNDS ACT 1980 (FRASER RIVER CROSSING FUND)
Appropriations                                                                                                Actual Expenditures
30,000,000 -  Total of bill..*-.    8,107,736
129
Expenditure  by standard classification
Salaries 163,224
Temporary assistance 41,189
204,413
Travel expense 8, 615
Professional and special services 707,338
Office expense 210
Advertising and publications 1,084
Materials and supplies 200,852
Rentals-outside suppliers 59,130
Rentals-intra-minlstry 41,742
Acquisition-land and  buildings 6,849,213
Acquisition-machinery and equipment 35,134
8,107,736
21
SPECIAL WARRANT  19
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY (19 75)  LIMITED
To provide assistance to the  8-  C.   Steamship Company  (1975)  Ltd
in covering their operating loss and capital expenditures
Appropriations                                                                                                Actual Expenditures
7,700,000 Total of  special warrant    7,700,000
Expenditure  by standard classification
Grants, contributions and subsidies       7,700,000
REVENUE ACT (R.S.B.C.   1979,  CHAPTER 367.59)
INTEREST ON OVERDUE ACCOUNTS
Actual Expenditures
Total of  revenue act   24,068(1)
Highways      Transportation
Expenditure  by standard classification
Other expenditure 23,312 756
NOTES: <1) This amount was paid for through the Ministry of
Finance vote in  the Fiscal Year  1980-81
 130
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR FERRIES FOR
WHICH THE COST OF MAINTENANCE ANO OPERATION IS PROVIDED
FOR IN MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS ESTIMATES
NAME OF FERRY
Albion-Fort Langley Ferry
Alert Say Ferry
Arrow Park Ferry
darkley Sound Ferry subsidy
Barnston Island Ferry
Bio, Bar Ferry
Castlegar Ferry
Claynurst Ferry
Comox-Powell River Ferry
Cortes Island Ferry
Darrell Bay-Woodfibre Ferry
Denman Island Ferry
Fort Nelson Hoverferry
Francois Lake Ferry
Gabriola Ferry
Glade Ferry
Harrop Ferry
Hornby Island Ferry
Isle Pierre Ferry
Kootenay Lake Ferry
Lasqueti Island Ferry subsidy
Little Fort Ferry
Lytton Ferry
Marguerite Ferry
McLure Ferry
Mi seellaneous
Misty Islands Ferry subsidy
Needles-Fauquier Ferry
Newcastle Island Ferry subsidy
North Bend Ferry
Prince Rupert Ferry subsidy {Dodge Cove)
Quadra Island Ferry
Sandspit-Skidegate Ferry
Shuswap Lake Ferry subsidy
Sunshine day Drydock
Texada Island Ferry
Thetis Island Ferry
Upper Arrow Lakes Ferry
Usk Ferry
REVENUE
EXPENDITURES
i
$
NIL
1,544,226.55
241,857.60
1,413,257.95
NIL
121,550.44
NIL
74,000.00
NIL
273,288.72
NIL
53,040.27
NIL
237,393.70
NIL
273,979.07
l,t>16,863.90
3,103,148.99
107,560.05
809,103.55
17,029.00
817,548.42
121,372.90
1,188,650.85
NIL
362,883.76
NIL
1,387,587.98
335,714.48
1,723,788.14
NIL
280,285.44
NIL
217,348.89
43,388.40
930,323.05
NIL
31,477.77
NIL
1,652,972.38
NIL
183,000.00
NIL
53,562.16
NIL
155,183.89
NIL
123,764.31
NIL
47,526.60
NIL
134,427.54
NIL
31,500.00
NIL
917,319.50
NIL
21,500.00
NIL
251,318.00
NIL
13,320.00
293,940.24
2,273,608.81
123,404.04
560,126.18
NIL
24,000.00
NIL
19,325.78
175,996.30
1,677,862.02
64,115.40
1,144,799.19
NIL
1,281,415.84
NIL
83,970.40
3,141,242.31
25,493,886.14
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
STATEMENT OF VALUE OF INTRA-MINISTRY
USAGE BY HIGHWAY  DISTRICT AND BRANCH
FISCAL YEAR 1980-81
HIGHWAY DISTRICT AND BRANCH
VALUE OF USAGE VALUE OF USAGE
OF MINISTRY OF CRUSH,   MIX
OWNED EQUIPMENT AND GUARDRAIL
Barns Lake
1,021,130.57
209,298.65
Cnilliwack
978,013-00
113,735-00
Gou rtenay
1,416,216.63
357,682.30
CranbrooK
919,569.00
213,248.50
Creston
766,919.00
181,020.00
Dawson Creek
1,811,176.18
743,809.00
Dease Lake
1,166,085.00
293,812.00
Fernie
751,550.00
175,152.30
Fort St.Jonn
1,645,712.89
417,086.00
Golden
862,872.92
2b5,436.00
Gibsons
479,185.05
104,004.30
Grand Forxs
858,281.17
300,715-00
Hope
724,978.00
219,986.00
Kamloops
1,200,523-86
347,606.00
Kelowna
736,651.16
95,329-00
Lillooet
856,298.78
514,532.00
Merritt
1,007,158.70
703,802.00
McBriae
876,176.00
394,396.00
Nanaimo
1,187,168.47
173,747.55
Nelson
943,553-00
230,773-00
New Denver
1,004,529-11
298,008.05
New Westminster
1,302,327.00
79,164.00
Centreline Marking
343,429.00
NIL
Dock District
526,150.49
NIL
Electrical Maintenance
335,313.00
NIL
North Vancouver
1,084,344.37
298,181.05
Patrol
190,295.10
NIL
100 Mile House
946,951.34
465,646.00
Penticton
992,133-00
417,061.00
Port Alberni
894,718.39
199,931-60
Prince George
1,675,501.77
311,801.00
Prince Rupert
374,707-73
70,491.00
Quesnel
1,682,276.00
149,464.00
RevelstoKe
913,840.18
243,208.50
Rossland
755,895.33
218,016.40
Saanich
1,189,984.32
128,191.00
Salmon Arm
1,175,160.00
273.849-00
Smithers
1,114,-;
158,981.00
Terrace
750,128.15
34,463-00
Vanderhoof
1,127,991-65
137,309.00
Vernon
866,447.68
286,813-00
Williams Lake
1,488.535-90
366,351-00
Region 6 Ferry
district
51,801.00
NIL
Region/Distriet
1
530,732-33
NIL
Region/District
2
606,244.20
59,286.00
Hegion/Dis trict
3
743,056.43
45,143.00
Region/ District
i|
1,082,021.14
73,008.00
Region/District
5
b9,503-33
NIL
Eegion/Distriet
6
344,578.42
24,065.00
Heaoquarters
Design & Sjrvey
Brancn
392,354.00
NIL
Bridge Engineering Branch
251,196.00
NIL
Construction Branch
1,090,034.00
NIL
Paving Branch
1,491,922.00
NIL
Traffic Enginee
"ing Branch
34,107.00
NIL
Planning Branch
3,143-00
NIL
Geotechnical 4 Materials Testing Branch
1,140,261.00
NIL
Equipment Servi
es  Brancn
113,660.00
49.492,025.72
NIL
TOTALS:
10,503,602.20
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TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
HEADQUARTERS
ROADS GENERALLY
Project F-0044 - Advertising and Publicity
Project M-0042 - Automatic signals, railway
Project "fri-0055 - Avalancne control
Centreline marking
Crushing' operations
Project F-0048 - Damage claims
Dock District (uncleared B.C. Ferry Corporation charges and other minor
undistributed items)
Electrical maintenance generally
Project. 7-0046 - Engineers-in-training
Project f-0052 - Grants, engineering and dyking
Guardrail manufacture and purchases
Project 11-0060 - Highway signs operation
'.financing)
Project 7-0049 - Insurance re trailer.moves
and household effects
Intra-Hlnistry material use credits 1
Project '"'-0041 - Leases and agreements
Project M-0053 - Maintenance Management
Project "-0031 - Miscellaneous
Mixing operations
Project 0-0062 - Planning brancn operations
andbags and flood prevention
cenlc Highway Act
treet lighting and traffic
Project : 1-0054
Project M-0056 -
Project E-0068
signals
Project F-0043 ■
Project E-0067 ■
epa i rs
142,114.36
291,292.54
373,010.43
,109,997.62
,696,517.52
349,935.49
,305,300.81cr.
,504,795.89
153,420.93
58,595.11
,358,388.68
339,113.70cr.
25,704.00
,503,602.20cr.
228,897.98
21,411.26
161,847.29
,978,776.17
476,584.21
392,688.00
2,114.00
,162,445.83
9,656.96
394,409.49    8,749,087.13
BRIDGES GENERALLY
Project B-0059 - Bailey bridges
Project B-0058 - Bridge damage
1,085,676.05
45,043.93 1,130,
FERRIES GENERALLY
Project H-0061 -
:1AC!1ISE:IY GENERALLY
Project 11-0064 - Autoplan insurance T
Iritra-Ministry equipment rental credits
Project 4-0063 - Machinery maintenance
and operation - Headquarters
Machinery maintenance and operation -
Districts
Project 11-0066 - Machinery replacement
Project H-0065 - Unciio-telephone maintena
351,219.29
,492,025.72c
33,410,813.53
14,042,556.57
923,607.66 1,371,
.gen
ms)
Project L-0101 -
Surveys generally
Metric Conversion- expenses
[loads   'general capital  items)
Project C-0089 -'Construction Generally 1980-31
Project C-0Q90 - Construction Overhead 1930-81
Project C-0202;-JRoadside-hazard elimination,
Highway safety measures
Project C-0207  - Kilometre Reference Marker
Project -  Iligkway Safety Measures
Project C-0209 -  .lighway Safety Measures-
general expenses
1
1,586,713.37
.326.09    1,537,
618
368
77
V> 5
333
06
10
671
25"
1
331
24
50
609
52
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Roads 'general capital items) - continued
Project 0-0004 - Roadside development,
H.Q. research and general expenses. 18,658.46
Project D-0006 - Arterial' Highway beaut-
ification, Community Participation
Program 12,311.84
Project E-0003 - Signs, signals and traffic
control 1,144,457.11
Project C-0107 - Geotechnical and materials
testing 7;861,39O.0O
Project iI-0033 - Scientific and technical'
equipment 362,110.19
Project :i-0H2 - Radio-telephone installations- Capital 588,077.42
Project 11-0115 - Equipment and machinery -
capital purchases 3,706,657.67
Project L-0111 - Archaeological explorations     163,151.30 14 ;883,132.83
Bridges 'general capital items)
Project 3-0022 - Steel and precast concrete-stringer units, drilling, test
piles, etc., for highway bridges 473,705.38
Project B-0281 - Bridge Design & Engineering Services 1,784,470.29
Project B-073J - Bridge redecking, Trans
Canada Highway and General Highways       ' 1,116,296.19  3,374,472.36
'lardsurfacing ^general capital items)
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous surface seal 144,473.01
Project S-0085 - Miscellaneous drum mix 73,818.08
- Project S-0086 - Paving generally 849,510.71
Project S-0087 - Surveys and investigations 1,189,988.32 2,262,790.12
Roads - Bill 5 'general capital items)
Project G-0107 - Geotechnical and materials
testing 529.29
-'lardsurfacing - Bill 5 ;general capital items)
Project S-0086 - Paving generally 2,995.27
TOTAL, Headquarters 33,496,809.38
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
ALBERNI DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads —
Project C-0154 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Smith-Markham Road 4,637.60
Special dust laying 23,623.60
Miscellaneous road construction 20,252.04
Lakeshore Road, ditch and widen 424.13
Stirling Arm Drive, machine patch 6,933.20
Beaver Creek Road, ditch and widen 11,869.40
Somers Road, ditch and widen 6,081.25
Tofino-Jcluelet .lighway 18,020.78
Project C-0194 - Bamfield Road
Project D-0011 - Taylor River rest area,
installation
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0194 - Bamfield Road, gravel
and pave 4.7 km
Project ,1-0397 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project C-0542 - Beaver Creek Road 1,
construct and pave
Project C-0543 - Arterial Highway 547R,
Alocrni-Toflno Highway, pave and shouldering
Project C-0544 - Highway 4 Albernl-Tofino
Highway, widen and install guardrail
Project C-0667 - Highway 4 Taylor River to
Ucluelet, construction of passing lanes
Day Labour - Bill 5
Project 8-0334
Bridge:
Dee
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and  operation of ferries -
Barkley Sound Terry
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Highway 4, Tebo Road to Cherry Creek
Minor road surveys
Legal Surveys - Project L-0099 -
Chatsworth ,(oad through Lot A Plan
33469 Lots 6 and 7 Plan 1891 D.L.9
Plan 1891 and Lots 12 and 13.
District Lots 9 and LO Cameron
District
Establishing and closing Beaver Creek
Road through District Lot 79
Alberni District
Explanatory Plan for drainage easement tnrougli Lot 2 Plan 3468 D.L.
107 Alberni District, drawing
A-30
Service (load through parts of Lots 5.,
6 & 7 D.L.90 Alberni District
Plan L486
91
842
00
61
193
24
13
859
60
39,662.41
12,919.54
111,432.41
30,062.26
59,080.15
210,934.61
39,915.85
15,874.05
464,091.38
7,706.03
1,597,083.67
187,362.00
139,013.56
74,000.00
**U.ghts-of-..fay
Bamfield :
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ALBERNI DISTRICT - continued
139
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Beaver Creek Road 'Deep Creek) Bridge
approaches
Compton Road-Beaver Creek Road to
Margaret Street
Cottarn Road
Gravel Pits
Highway 4 Great Central Lake Junction
to Sproat River Bridge
Moore Road
Construction -
Roads - Project C-3989 - Forest Road,
Port Alberni to Cumberland Road,
(see also Comox)
9,586.08
2,139.50
2.00
1,033.00
251.00
Roads - Bill 5 - Project
Forest Road, Port Albei
Cumberland Road (see
C-3989
Signals, lighting etc. — Project E-0103
Signal installation, Route 4 at Victor
Quay/River Road, Port Alberni.
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-6328 -
Redford Street, Highway 4 Port Alberni
from 3rd Avenue to San Mateo Drive,
storm sewer, curb and gutter, paving
(.89 km)
Total, Alberni Disc
let
2,829,075.28
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
ATLIN  DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0147 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0149 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Dease Lake roads
Miscellaneous
Project C-0171  -  Highway  37  and  37A
Surprise Creek to Nass River, reconstruction 27 km
Project c-0175- Highway 37A bridge
approach construction
Project C-0177 - Highway 37,  Third
North Fork  to Good Hope Lake, reconstruction 12 km
Project C-0178 - Highway 37,  gravelling,
strengthening and improve drainage,
various sections
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0174 - Highway 37 and 37A
Surprise Creek to Nass River, reconstruction 27 km
Project C-0177 - Highway 37,  Third
North Fork to Good Hope Lake, reconstruction 12 km
Project C-0178 - Highway 37,  gravelling,
strengthening and Improve drainage,
various sections
Project C-0499 - Atlin Highway, 30 Mile
Hill revisions, reconstruct 1 km
Project c-0616 - Highway 37A, washout
south Argyle Creek
Project C-0658 - Bear River Bridge detour
construction
Project c-0661 - Highway 37, Sawmill
Point,   fill failure repair
Project N-0390 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project N-0391! - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project B-0326 - Tatsho Creek Bridge,
replacement
Project B-0659 - Thomas Creek Bridge,
repairs
Project B-0660 - Quartz Creek Bridge,
replacement
Maintenance of roads
53,836.60
mi,989.73
$
$
23
255
62
195
826
33
374
433
97
244
349
06
300
383
15!
285
880
83
1,424
128.
878,870.92
316,430.28
92,564.84
49,999-94
195,000.50
151,377-06
32,000.00
8,371-00        3.086,281.451
31,305.19
27,706.75
43,634.37 102,646.31
3,266,005.22
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Aiyansh Junction - Greenville
Cassiar Junction, Alaska Highway Junction
Highway 37, Blue River to Yukon Boundary
Kitwanga-Meziadin Lake Highway Kitwanga
Bridge site and Meziadin Lake (Fisheries
Road)
Miscellaneous, Dease Lake to Atlin
Stewart to Cassiar site plans for miscellaneous bridges on Stewart-Cassiar
Highway
1
198,196.43
239-80
377-00
5,255.85
255.00
10,592.70
1,314,217.73 ;
165,241.35
214,916-78
 .ADMINISTRATION DIVISION i4)
ATLIN  DISTRICT - continued
* $ $
I Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Stewart-Cassiar Highway ^ Qqe qq
I  Construction -
Roads -
Project C-2702 - Cassiar Highway,
construction Nass River Bridge
South to D.L-3411. 183,703.41-
Projeet C-3321 - Highway 37, Derrick
Creek  to  D.L.3411. 36,465-77
Project C-3913 - Cassiar Highway 37
construction D.L.1879 to Cranberry
Bridge inventory miles 28.94  to 41.33,
subdivision 3710,   Sta.1462+00 to Sta.
2064+30 (11.41 miles). 3,345.957.02        3,566,126.20
Bridges - Bill 5 - Project B-0557 -
Stewart-Cassiar Highway 37A,  Bear
River Bridge 409- 1,388,949-34
Surfacing -
Project S-5101 - Stewart to Surprise
Creek Section on the Stewart to Heziadin
Lake Road, Prince Rupert Highway
District. 3,053,280.82
Project S-5102 - Highway 37, Derrick
Creek to Nass River (62.0 km). 68,957.38        3,122,238.20
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-5102 -
Highway 37,  Derrick Creek to Nass
River  (62.0 km). 2,110,603-39
■ Total, Atlin District 19,763,350.93
 142
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
BOUNDARY-SIMILKAMEEN  DISTRICT
30 North Fork,  reconstruct
28 Gilpin Road, recon-
Day Labour -  Roads
Project C-0018
and pave
Project  C-0019
struct and pave
Project C-0126 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0130 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0133 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0268 - McLean Creek Road, construction
Project C-0277 - Greenwood area sundry
roads, seal coat 38 km
Project C-3660  -  Highway 97,  Kruger Hill,
truck lane construction
Project C-3666 - Highway 33,  Rock Creek,
reconstruct and pave
Project C-4165 - Highway 97, Westbank-
Summerland,  improvements
Project V-0701 - Secondary Highway 264B,
89th Street and 64th Avenue, Village of
Osoyoos
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0268 - McLean Creek Road,
construction
Project C-^472 - Princeton area roads,
miscellaneous upgrading
Project C-0473 - Keremeos area roads,
miscellaneous upgrading
Project C-0474 - Oliver area roads*
miscellaneous upgrading
Project C-0475 - Princeton-Summerland Road,
construction
Project C-O636 - Highway 33.  pavement
recycling
Project C-366O - Highway 97, Kruger Hill,
truck lane construction
Project C-3666 - Highway 33,  Rock Creek,
reconstruct and pave
Project C-4165 - Highway 97, Westbank-
Summerland, improvements
Project N-0376 - Guardrail Installation
program 80/81
Project N-0377 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project N-0383 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project W-0348 - Fencing Schedule 2
Highways
Project W-0352 ■
Highways
Project W-0552 ■
D.L.985 and 987
Project H-0571 - Fencing and livestock
crossings,  Schedule 2 Highways, Highway
3, Osoyoos-Bridesvilie
Fencing Schedule 2
Black Mine Road,   fencing
299,530.55
25,000.00
203,074.53
8,818.25
202,639-55
74,960.98
80,000.00
124,925.97
49,999-15
39,999.33
43,174.10        1,152,122.41
29,984.16-
9,961.13
79,991.25
39,821.25
149,923-10
45,000.00
99,989.71
185,000.00
49,754.04
67,987-31
199,981.84
149,126.84
60,300.25
40,000.00
25,973.00
14,993.60        1,247,787.481
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
BOUNDARY-SIMILKAMEEN
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project B-0315 - Hummingbird  Bridge  64(
Project B-0703 - Hayes Bridge  6143
Project B-0704 - Naramata Bridge   6115,
elii
atio
Project B-0750 - Fiva Creek Bridge
Project  3-1394  - South Keremeos  Bridge 2,
Installation of Bailey Bridge after  fire
damage
ntenance of roads
Snou removal
■Maintenance of  bridges
purveys generally - Project L-0101 -
[      Minor road surveys
Nine Mile Creek to Johnstone Creek
Penticton Channel  Parkway
Penticton, Main Street curb and gutter
Southern Trans Provincial Highway,
Hedley to Keremeos
L Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
E.BJy. Indian Reserve 9 (Alexis Creek)
to E.  Bdy.  L565
Gilpin Road through part of D.L.499  715
Kootenay District
Granby Road 32-S.  Boundary Lot  2 700
to N.   Boundary Lot 3233  Similkameen
Division Yale District
■ Mclntyre Creek Road  101  through part of
D.L.2701 and unsurveyed Crown Land
Similkameen Division Yale District
I     Penticton Channel Parkway Sec.11
through former Penticton Indian
Reserve 1 Highway 9 7
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3
Hedley  to Keremeos Section N.  Bdy.
L294  to S-   Bdy.  L3207 2.9 km
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3
in part of D.L.1822 Similkameen
Division Yale District. District
drawing D24-3-1 R/W
I    South Keremeos  Road  93-1-through pclA
of Lots 1 &  2 Plan B7344 Lot  3 and
Residue of  Lot  2  Plan 494 all in
D.L.458 and Lot A Plan B5992
D.L.14 77S
•Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Blythe-Rhone Road  118
m   Bridge  2   (631),   Road   57-6
Bubar Road  113
■ Copper Mountain Road
ft   Highway 3A, Kaleden Junction to Twin
Lakes Junction
B   Kettle River
■ Martin Street - Halo Street
i      Reconstruction - Penticton
39,558.69
16,993.39
17,992.45
18,000.00
54,453.23
811.88
320,705.67
1,4 68.73
19,012.45
2,280.25
7,941.84
10,500.00
2,89 6.80
11,832.00
500.00
.22
151,857.53
3,837,088.69
1,068,923.36
227,175.66
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
BOUNDARY-SIMILKAMEEN DISTRICT ■
continued
$
Rights-of-way - Project p-0113 - continued
McLean Creek Road
Penticton Channel Parkway
Rock Creek - Kelowna Highway 33
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,
Copper Mountain
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 --
Apex Mountain Road
Bridge 2  (63D,  Road 57-6
Copper Mountain Road
Danville Highway 41
Fairview to White Lake Road
Gravel Pits
Highway 3A, Kaleden Junction to Twin
Lakes Junction
Highway 97-Okanagan  Falls
Kelly Road 211
Kettle River Main Road 43
Martin Street-Main Street, reconstruc—
tion-Penticton
Okanagan Highway 97 at Oliver
Penticton Channel Parkway
Princeton-Merritt Highway
Princeton-Summerland Road 40
Road widening Highway 5, D.L.1185
Second Street and Lily Road-Naramata
Son Ranch Road 209 and Dondale Road
210
Spencer Hill extension
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3>
Copper Mountain
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,
Richter Pass Section
221.00
43,700.00
7,881.40
6,800.00
1
00
3
500
00
2
00
2
605
74
4
375
00
2
958
00
11
814
00
984
37
360
00
1
00
6
974
92
330
075
00
258
913
11
1
00
1
00
1
00
1
00
3
093
.00
fa
315
50
160
000
.00
1
.00
85,172.57
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-2315 - D.L.3229 Spencer Hill
section,  reconstruction.
Project C-3033 - Okanagan Highway 97,
Penticton Channel Parkway.
Signals,  lighting etc. -
Project E-0036 - Traffic signal and
lighting installation,   Route 3A/97  at
7th Street,  Oliver.
Project E-0607 - Signal and lighting
installation,  Route 97 at Green &
Brandon Avenue,  Penticton
28,553.65
35,392.68
23,269.76
46,491.51
Bridges - Project - B-1140 - Ellis Creek
Bridge 2635 and Skaha Lake Bridge 1342,
Okanagan Highway,Fairview Road
Bridge 1344, Fairview Road improvement
Bridges - Bill 5 -
Project B-0417 - Rock Creek Canyon Bridge
1330 Highway 3, cleaning and galvanizing
bridge fence panels.
Project B-0573 - Westbridge Bridge 2619,
Rock Creek-Kelowna Highway 33*
14,239-82
13,980-78
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION , 45
BOUNDAY-SIMILKAMEEN - continued
Surfacing -
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous surface seal
Grand Forks:  Christina Lake area,
Road graded seal 73,327.19
Grand Forks-Christina Lake
area(DBLCT) 121,601.87
Grand Forks-Grand Forks miscellaneous- roads. 123,719.38
Road graded seal: Christina Lake-
Paulson Bridge 47,613.10
Road graded seal: Greenwood area,
21-kms 71,663.13
Road graded seal:  Highway 3 Paulson
Bridge, 15 kmsouthward 78,380.81
Road graded seal: miscellaneous
roads Keremeos and Caws ton areas       64.24
Road graded seal: miscellaneous
roads Okanagan Falls, Oliver and
Osoyoos areas 431,771.26
Road chip seal: Penticton;
Princeton-Sterling Creek
Bridge (38 km) 1,162.54     949,303.52
Project S-0085 - Miscellaneous drum mix
Copper Mountain Road (Penticton)    385,446.82
Grand Forks-North Fork (14.4 km)    432,631.63    818,078.45
Project S-2402 - Southern Trans-Provincial Highway 3, Sterling Creek
Bridge to Keremeos (24.7 km). 1,912,087.90
Project S-2918 - Highway 33 and Big
White Road (22.45 km)(see also
Okanagan South) 625.67   3,680,095.54
Total, Boundary-Similkameen District 12,863,991.65
 146 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
BURNABY-EDMONDS DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 23,340.75
Project D-0007 - Roadside development,
rest area upgrading, general - Region 1 34,000.00
Project D-0008 - Highway beautification,
general  -  Region 1 34,000.00
Project V-0721 - Secondary Highway 22B,
Marine Drive, District of Ebrnaby 45,474.80
Project V-0741 - Secondary Highway 14B,
North Road (West half), District of
Burnaby 1,208.12 138,023.67
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project B-0301 - Sprott Street Underpass 1672 15,276.51
Maintenance of roads 1,888,378.03
Snow removal 17,078.45
Maintenance of bridges 593,254.71
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Aerial mapping, survey and design Byrne-
Queensborough 4 lane (see also New
Westminster) 5,609-48
From Edmonds Street to 10th Avenue for
new curb and ©Jtter construction 37,918.70 43,528.18
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Cariboo
Road  Connector 560.00
Construction -
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-0638 -
Lighting installation, Marine Way at
Boundary Road and Greenall Avenue,
Burnaby 8,719-00
Total, Bjrnaby-Edmonds District
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION 147
BURNABY NORTH DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
Gaglardi Way, crack repair 107,962.70
Miscellaneous 23,569.98     131,532.68
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 303.47
Project V-0741 - Secondary Highway 14B,
North Road (West half), District of
Burnaby 1,208.12     133,044.27
Maintenance of roads 153 450.69
Snow removal 9 459.33
Maintenance of bridges 1,587.46
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Barnet Highway, from Sperling Avenue to
Clark Road (see also Coquitlam-Moody) 44,403.45
Simon Fraser University access road 2,965.88     47,369.33
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 - Broadway
Avenue and Gaglardi Way, District
Lot 15 group 1 New Westminster District 3 101.52
Construction -
Si6nals, lighting etc. - Project E-0574 -
Signal and lighting revision, Route 7
at Gilmore Avenue, Burnaby 2 274.80
Total, Burnaby Horth District 350 287.40
 148 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 19
BURNABY-WILLINGDON 'DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous »(«^r-  10,982.34
Project V-0721 - Secondary Highway 22B,
Marine Drive, District of Burnaby 45,474.80     56,457.14
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project N-0370 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 22,500.00 j
Maintenance of roads 133,509.17 j
Snow removal 8,200.24
Maintenance of bridges 19,825.65
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Marine Way, Boundary Road to Byrne 100,137.58
Marine Way, Byrne to Queensborough
Bridge 85,101-38     185,238.96
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Canada Way and Burris Street 13,023.00
Marine Way Boundary Road to Byrne
Road 750.00
Marine Way—Byrne to Queensborough
Bridge 2,607.07      16,380.07^
' Construction -
Roads - Project C-3997 - Boundary Road
to Byrne Road, Marine Way. 1,921,581.57
Roadside development - Project D-4518 —
Landscape development Highway 1,
interchanges Willingdon Avenue to
Cariboo Road. 60,538.21-5
Burnaby-Willingdon District 2,424,231.011
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
CARIBOO DISTRICT
■Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0128 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
16 Mile subdivision;  gravelling
Loon Lake Road;    road base repair,
gravel
Project C-0129 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0141 ■
miscellaneous
Minor Betterments 80/81,
Minor Betterments 80/81,
Milburn Lake Road,  prepare
Rawlings Road base prepare
Project C-0146 -
miscellaneous
Project C-0159 -
for paving
Project C-0160 -
for paving
Project C-0161 - Highway 97,  Two Mile Flat,
construct and prepare  for paving
Project C-0162 - Cottonwood River Bridge,
construct approaches
Project C-0172 - Horsefly Road,   reconstruction
Project C-0173 - Miscellaneous roads in the
Williams Lake Highway District,  prepare
for paving
Project C-0271 - Pre-engineering surveys
Project C-0272 - Canim Lake Road and
Hendrix Lake Road, prepare for paving
Project C-0273 - Lac La Hache Road,  prepare
for paving
Project C-0275 - Highway 97, Cariboo
Highway, Williams Lake to Mountain
House Road, intersection improvements
Project C-4240 - Dog Creek Road No.137,
relocation
Project C-4243 - Chilcotin-Bella Coola
Highway 20, relocate and construct at
Bayliffe
Project C-4244 - Miscellaneous school bus
and  farm roads in the Williams Lake Highway
District,  reconstruct and gravel
Project C-4487 - 83 Mile to Green Lake Road,
gravelling, preparation for paving
Project C-4499 - Likely Road, improve sight
distance and minor corner removal, km 55
to km 65
Project D-0100 - Hydroseeding highway right-
of-way, Highway 20 Anahim Lake to
Williams Lake
Project D-0568 - McLeese Lake Rest Area,
Highway 97, 76 km south of Qjesnel,
portable washroom building
Project D-0569 - Australian Rest Area,
Highway 97,  36 km south of Quesnel,
portable washroom building
22,100.00
-108,212.83
'367,139.00
372,129.36
49,982.11
199,710.79
156,197-33
589,452.19
50,000.00
127,102.86
6,387.32
206,292.37
141,054.84
139,487-28
100,000.00
91,790.33
184,463-60
170,085.49
14,215.00   3,964,757-70
 150
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT
CARIBOO DISTRICT - continued
1980/81
$
$
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0161 -Highway  97,  Two Mile Flat,
construct and prepare for paving
360,057-10
Project C-0172 - Horsefly Road, recon
struction
373,659-60
Project C-0272 - Canim Lake Road and
Hendrix Lake Road,  prepare for paving
664,809-45
Project C-0439 - Dragon Lake Road and area,
construct and gravel
227,036.36
Project C-0440 - Dale Lake Frontage,
construct and gravel
18,029-40
Project C-0441 - Nazko and Blackwater,
gravel
186,928.54
Project C-0442 - Fraser Road, construct
and gravel
201,626-30
Project C-0443 - Student summer employment
program
102,421.24
Project C-0444 - Quesnel Arterial
2,971.64
Project C-0445 - Miscellaneous school
bus routes, reshape,  gravel
275,895.20
Project C-0480 -  Bradley Creek  Road,
reconstru ction
61,714.16
Project C-0481 - 100 Mile House, curb
and  gutter
64,782.97
Project C-0521 - Highway 26, McLarry,
approaches
392,487.12
Project C-0528 - Chimney Lake road,
reconstru ction
49,370.76
Project C-0530 - Highway 20,  regravel and
stabilize various sections
184,130-73
Project C-0531 - Spokin Lake Road,
reconstruction
160,372.45
Project C-0532 - Highway 97, Williams Lake
Soutn,   landscape and repairs
126,346.27
Project C-0533 - Highway 20,   Bella Coola,
complete construction
38,672-94
Project C-0534 - Student summer employment
program
48,105-4 3
Project C-0535 - Highway 97, left turn slots
45,321.56
Project C-0580 - Canim Lake Road at
Eagle Creek
576,600.44
Project C-0608 - Green Lake area roads,
paving
48,123-37
Project C-0630 - Pavillion to Clinton Road,
gravelling
32,119.03
Project C-0655 - Gravel Barr Hill section,
km 186 to km 199
57,028.55
Project C-4176 - Highway 24,  Bridge Lake
to Little Fort
150,490.26
Project C-4186 - Highway 97 Alix,  instal
lation of culvert pipe
51,543-84
Project C-4240 - Dog Creek Road No.137,
relocation
170,803.55
Project C-4243 - Chileotin-Bella Coola,
Highway 20, relocate and reconstruct
at Bayliffe                                                                                1
,020,209-46
Project C-4244 - Miscellaneous school bus
and  farm roads in the Williams Lake Highway
District, reconstruct and gravel
199,299-60
Project C-4245 - Dean River Road, recon
struct and gravel
2
63,157-71
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
CARIBOO  DISTRICT ■
continued
$
- Guardrail installation
Guardrail installation
Guardrail installation
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads - continued
f     Project C-4452 - Chazacut Road,  reeon-
"t ruction
I    Project c-4460 - Quesnel Hydraulic,  reconstruct
I     Project C-4487 - 83 Mile to Green Lake
Road, gravelling, paving
I     Project C-4499 - Likely Road, improve sight
distance and minor corner removal, km 55
to km 65
Project N-031
program,   80/81
Project N-0430  ■
program 80/81
I     Project N-04 35
program 80/81
Project W-0351 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
j     Project W-0357 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
I     Project W-0362 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
t     Project W-0482 - Fencing and livestock
crossings, Schedule 2 Highways, Highway
97 at 100 Mile House, machinery
underpass, construction
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
■ Project B-0309 - McKinley Bridge 7505
I    Project B-0310 - Bradley Bridge 7428
m   Project B-0320 - Hatchery Bridge 7469
■ Project B-0321 - Narcosli Bridge reconstruct
K   Project B-0606 - Swan Bridge, reconstruct
I    Project B-1370 - Eagle Creek Bridge,
!      construction
1Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
I Maintenance and operation of ferries
Big Bar Ferry
Marguerite Ferry
Sirveys generally - Project L-0101 -
H Cariboo Highway 97 Cache Creek-Loon
Lake Road
B Cariboo Highway 97, 92 Mile House to
83 Mile House
B Chilcotin miscellaneous
■ Little Fort-Lac Des Roches -(see also
Kamloops)
B 100 Mile House, curb X gutter
H 150 Mile House,  curve realignment
B Minor road surveys
B Miscellaneous  from Young Creek
to Bella Coola
B North Star Interchange Quesnel
Qjesnel Bypass
Quesnel Highway 97, 2 Mile Flats
H Quesnel Truck Route,  Davie Street Bridge
S.  Arch-Fox Mountain Road,  Williams
Lake, Highway 97
Williams Lake Fox Mountain Road
52,560.64
215,538.28
246,966.00
525,883-45
79,385.22
15,145-28
42,666.16
88,188.36
117,521.45
127,409.28
21,838.44
18,411.09
141,889.13
169,852.92
45,011.11
108,844.26
53,040.27
123,764.31
4,030.00
68.10
13,589.70
682.00
4,586.43
35,032-99
46.05
10,931.47
17,598.95
8,568.92
609.00
2,766.50
84,229.41
505,846.95
9.825,690.27
2,506,584.78
505,947.23
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
CARIBOO DISTRICT ■
continued
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Bella Coola, Chilcotin Highway 20
through Township 54 Lillooet District, 12 km
Cariboo Highway Right-of-way Lac La
Hache Williams Lake section
Fraser Road 32 in N 1/2 of D.L.7278
Cariboo
Fraser Road 32, S. Bdy. D.L.6110 to
M. Bdy. D.L.6121 Cariboo District
2.9 km
Fraser Road 32, S. Bdy. L6114 to N.
Bdy. 6117
Highway 97 D.L.44U to E. Bdy. D.L.
6190 Cariboo District (Quesnel)
Jewell Gravel Pits, S/D Plan of Block
A, Plan 6595 Block A of D.D.257906F
& Part Lot 1 Plan 29703 all of
N.E.1/4 D.L.2954 Lillooet District
Johnson Road, Stat. Right-of-way Plan
for Highway in D.L.'s 3963, 3964,
3954 & 4518
Likely Road 115 through D.L.'s 170 &
8126 Cariboo District
Likely Road 115, S. Bdy. L8125 to N.
Bdy- L9553 Cariboo District
McLean Road through D.L.6489 Cariboo
2.6 km
93 Mile-Little Fort Highway 24 E. Bdy.
D.L.4275 to S. Bdy. D.L.1890
Cariboo District
Panorama Drive Right-of-way widening
in lot 13 Plan 14868 D.L.8829
Cariboo District
Plan of drainage easement through
Lot 4 Plan 7825 and Lot A Plan 18850
D.L.346 Cariboo
Reference Plan of consolidation of
closed road except that part lying
east of Cariboo Highway as shown
on Plan H241
Ross Road through District Lot 5055
Cariboo
Statutory R/W Dog Creek Road in parts
of D.L.8836 7047 and 8839 Cariboo
Survey for Statutory Right-of-way
through part of Lot 11, D.L.6678
Cariboo District Plan 6041
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Barkerville Highway 26, Mitchell
Bridge Elimination
Cache Creek - Clinton Truck Lanes
Canim Lake South Road 729
Cariboo Highway 97, Rowat Road to
Goyette Road
Cariboo Highway 97, Two Mile Flat,
Quesnel
Exeter Truck Route 555
Forest Grove-Canim Lake Road
Highway 24 - 93 mile to Little Fort
Maple Drive
■ McKinley - Ogden Road 364
189 Milburn Lake Road
83 Mile Road 368
Rawlings Road 197
16,581.33
93.03
1,813.00
5,283.58
12,899.06
6,554.50
1,775.57
4,523.10
1,780.04
1,709.24
5;231>00..
- 8,678.28
235.42
608.74
456.30
961.70
1,897.81
1,101.00
72,182.70
94 ,.200.00
1 ,.850.00
3,039.33
2,785.34
1,306.77. .
1,130.00
502.00
10,605.50
2,400.00
864.14  •
32.00
4,243.00
3,050.50
126,008.58
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153
CARIBOO DISTRICT - continued
i
i
s
Ughts-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Balsam Avenue
582.00
Barkerville Highway 26 at Cottonwood
323.70
Barkerville Highway 26 Mitchell
Bridge elimination
41,226.27
Boyko Road 914
2,975.00
Campsite Road 841
1,351.00
Canim Lake South Road 729
9,548.68
Cariboo Highway 97
62,721.00
Cariboo Highway Arterial Front Street
& Carson Avenue
1,700.00
Cariboo Highway, North Star Road
Interchange
220,901.00
Cariboo Highway 97-Rowat Road to
Goyette Road
31,455.58
Cariboo Highway 97, Two Mile Flat, Quesnel
183,873.57
Chilcotin Bella Coola Highway 20
7,403.75
337 Davon Road
981.50
Dog Creek Road 137
.
Douglas Drive 823
1.00
Eagle Creek Road 332
250.00
Egan Uke Road 551
7,694.46
Ernst Road 834
3.00
l     Favre Road 767, Bjornson Road 177 and
Clouston Road
1,981.00
Ferguson Road 668
7,905.77
Forest Grove-Canim Lake Road
25,331.37
[  Forest Grove Frontage Road
5,560.00
1 Fox Mountain Road 381
940.00
[  Frontage Road-Cariboo Highway 97
1.00
Gasoff Road 62
1.00
Gravel Pits
5,386.50
[  548 Hatchery Road
6,703.20
Horsefly Road 419
2,837.00
1 Houseman Road 346
1.00
Huston Road 1111
2,833.23
[[ Highway 24-93 Mile to Little Fort
19,322.27
105 Keithley Creek Road
19,824.00
Likely Road 115
1,890.00
Long Road 234
1.00
| Loon Lake Road 128
20,430.00
1' Mackenzie Avenue curb & gutter
21,732.00
f  Maple Drive
5,160.00
I Marsh Road 227
5,810.00
K HcKinley-Ogden Road 364
57,800.00
189 Mllburn Lake Road
1,140.00
L 108 Mile-Horsefly Road 375
2,205.75
North Bonaparte Road 386
600.00
I Park Drive Road 1057
6,000.00
r Pinnacles Road 38
248-50
f. Pioneer Road 739
340.20
B. Quesnel-Hydraulics Road 60
200.00
Racing Road 641
1.00
W   Rau Road 103
100.00
| Rawlings Road 197
1,161.00
■ Right-of-way, Parcel Z, Plan 6422
Cariboo Highway 97
1,750.00
B Spokin Lake Road 398
2,960.00
0.   Thorley Road 179
709.00
Tremblay Road 119
280.00
WeIdon Road
1.00
■ Western Plywood Road 22
5,170.00
■ Westland Road 639
1.00
Wiggins Road 1145
1.00
B 410 Wilcox Road
210.00
Williams Lake Arterial Highway 97
5,820.00     814,240.30
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CARIBOO DISTRICT - <
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-3479 - Morehead Lake Spillway,
design and reconstruct.
Project C-4156  -  Barkerville Highway 26,
reconstruction, Mitchell Bridge
elimination.
Highway Safety - Project C-0204 -
Footpath construction,   Broadway South
Road, Williams Lake
Footpath construction,   Dog Creek Road,
Williams Lake
Shoulder widening on Gook Road,
Quesnel South
Shoulder widening, Maple Drive
Shoulder widening, Quesnel,  Canyon
Road, Francois Road, Quesnel North
Shoulder widening on Route 97, Hixon
Widen east shoulder of Glendale
Drive,   from Pine Street to school,
Williams Lake
Roadside development - Project D-4453 -
Roadside development,  108 Mile Rest Area.
Signals,  lighting etc. -
Project E-0289 - Lighting installation
Route 97 at Canim Lake Road, 100
Mile House
Project E-0578 - Lighting installation,
miscellanoeus locations,  Williams
Lake area.
Project E-06OI - Signal and lignting
installation,  Route 97 at Horse Lake
Road and 5th Street,  100 Mile House
Project E-0619 - Signal and lighting
installation,   Route 97,  Rome Avenue
to Route 26, Quesnel.
Project E-7922 - Flashing beacon and
lighting replacement,   Route 97 at
Hydraulic Road, Quesnel.
Project E-7966 - Signal revision Marsh
Drive at Malcolm Street, Quesnel.
Project E-7985 - Signal installation
Route 97,  Front Street at Carson,
Quesnel.
Bridges - Project B-1346 - Duncan Wagon
Bridge 611,   Rudy Johnson Bridge 2695
and Chemainus River Bridge 1298,
modifications to portal bracing.
(see also Cowichan-Malahat)
1,953,891.90        1,974,540.061
6,884.00
12,488.00
5,996.00
28,965-00
16,102.00
2,902.00
26,328.QQ 99.665.o61
67,776.661
7,646.65
51,112-00
19,615-47
40,681.50
10,552.00
630.60
7,459-00 137,697.22
Bridges - Bill 5 -
Project B-0001 - McLarry Bridge 516,
Barkerville Highway.
Project B-0536 - Davie Street Pedesti
Overpass 2743, Quesnel.
Ferries - Project H-1330 - Marguerite
Ferry, Re-action Ferry, pontoon
lengthening
504,466.45
218.795.02 723,261.47
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
CARIBOO DISTRICT - continued
* t t
Surfacing -
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous surface seal
100 Mile, "N" Bonaparte River
Bridge (Loon Lake Road area) to "N" -
Clinton (38 km) 99,783.65
Shoulder/road seal grade Lac La Hache-
Hinche Road 295.84     100,079.49
Project S-0085 — Miscellaneous drum mix
100 Mile; Highway 83 Green Lake Road
(15.8 km) 287,513.00
100 Mile; Lac La Hache area(11.5 km) 322,508.25
100 Mile; Highway 83 Watch Lake
Road (13.6 km) 388,168.83     998,190.08
Project S-0278 - Highway 97, "Two mile
Flat", Quesnel, curb and gutter. 12,733.85
Project S-2701 - Canim Lake Road and
Lone Butte-Horse Lake Road (52.46 km). 2,640,419.13
Project S-2702 - Aggregate in stockpile -
Highway 97 North Bonaparte River
Bridge, B.C.R. Underpass- 60,057.89
Project S-4702 - Cariboo Highway 97,
Hinsche Road to Highway 20 junction
at Williams Lake Section, frontage
roads and south truck route (33.0 km) 796-08
Project S-4706 - Town of Williams Lake
and Cariboo Highway 97, Section A.-
Toop Road to South Truck Route,
storm sewer and curb and gutter;
Section B.- Highway 97 paving
(29.3 km). 3,097,948.05   6,910,224.57
Surfacing - Bill 5 -
Project S-0278 - Highway 97, "Two Mile
Flat" Quesnel, curb and gutter. 1,210,448.19
Project S-0644 - Williams Lake-Horsefly
and Likely areas. 89,986.91   1,300,435.10
BJfcal. Cariboo District 37,518,294.24
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CENTRAL FRASER VALLEY DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0120 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0682 - Highway No.11 at Marshall
Road, intersection revision
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Highway 11, Abbotsford-Misslon mapping
(see also Dewdney)
Highway 401, Peardonville Overhead approach
Miscellaneous "C" Street Interchange to
Lougheed Mission
Construction —
Roads - Project C-2598 - Huntingdon to
Mission Highway, C.P.-C.N. Crossing
to Harris Road (1.14 miles)
Roadside Development -
Project D-3714 - Roadside development,
tourist information centre and rest
area (Bradner Road).
Project D-3716 - Roadside development,
tourist information centre and rest
area, Cole Road, Trans Canada
Highway, Abbotsford.
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-0285 -
Temporary Signal installation, Route 11
at Marshall Road, Abbotsford
Bridges - Project B-1249 - Matsqui
Slough Bridge 2578, Matsqui Slough
Overhead 2443 and Hougen Bridge
(private access road) 2703,
Huntingdon, Mission Highway,
31,723.00
3,808.44
17.11
157.00
75,000.00
483,873.83
49,210.00
36,819.61
77,324.88     185,014.00
al Fraser Valley Dlstri
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT
157
Minor Betterments 80/81,
Minor Betterments 80/81,
■ Day Labour - Roads
Project C-0120
miscellaneous
Project C-0122 •
miscellaneous
Project C-0156 - Hemlock Valley Road, wide
gravel, and drainage
Project V-0779 - Secondary Highway 62B,
Sardis Road, District of Chilliwack,
Keith Wilson Road to Vedder Bridge,
pave shoulders
Project V-0780 - Secondary Highway 277B,
Vedder Mountain Road, Yarrow, District
of Chilliwack,  Boundary Road and
Yarrow Central Road,  reconstruction
Project V-0781 - Secondary Highway 281B,
First Avenue/Broadway, District of
Chilliwack, base improvements and
traffic signal installation
Project V-0782 - Secondary Highway 280B,..
Yale Road West and Young Road South,
pave
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0156 - Hemlock Valley Road,
widen, gravel and drainage
Project C-0597 - Highway 7,  construction
of acceleration-deceleration lanes, at
Skawahlook  I.R.I and  Ruby Creek  I.R.2
Project C-0683 - Rockwell Drive,  clearing
in preparation for widening
Project C-3774 - Chilliwack Lake Road,
reconstruct, gravel,  widen and prepare
new alignment
Project H-0371 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project W-0666 - Agassiz-Rosedale Highway <
Fencing Schedule 2 Highways, Cheam
Indian Reserve 1
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
[     Project B-0292 - Elbow Creek Bridge 8044
new pre-cast concrete stringers
structure
Maintenance i
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
I     Cheam Street in Agassiz curb and gutter
Pioneer to Highway 9
K    Minor road surveys
I    Trans Canada Highway Gibson Road and Annis
Road (underpasses)
148,785.85
16,950.64
50,000.00
6,500.00
32,000.00
49,421.76
150,000.00
30,000.00
416,236.49
69,000.00
997,601.99
150,647-00
71,885.91
18,422.95
9,494-35
5.380.55
 158
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
CHILLIWACK DISTRICT - continued
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Bourne  Road  Lots,   88,89,90,91 Plan
42548 and Lot 53  Plan 34964 D.L.501
Gp 2 New Westminster District
Chilliwack Lake Road,   Lot 42 D.L.501
Gp2 New Westminster District
Frost Road, part sec.10 Tp22 New Westminster District
Kossikar Road,  part Sec.9 Tp22 New
Westminster District
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Columbia Valley Highway,   through
Cultus Lake Park
Morris Valley Road
Slesse Road
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Agassiz curb and gutter,  Evergreen
Drive and Cheam Avenue
Columbia Valley Highway thru  Cultus
Lake park
Slesse Road
Construction -
Bridges - Project B-1098 - B, C. Hydro
Railway Underpass 2624 at Sardis,
Trans Canada Highway
Surfacing - Project S-1538 - "C" Street
(2.4 km) and Trans Canada Highway 401
eastbound
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-0177 -
District of Chilliwack Old Yale Road,
storm sewer, curb and gutter and
paving (1-53 miles)
Total,  Chilliwack District
812.19
497.89
1,592.13
533-83 3,436.041
27,500.00
6,178.00 33,679.001
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
COLUMBIA  RIVER DISTRICT
159
' Labour -  Roads -
Project C-0024 - Kimberley and Cranbrook
area streets, double  flush
Project C-0028 - Windermere area roads,
paving
Project C-0135 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-OI37 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Minor improvements Area B 65,904.69
Miscellaneous 160,424.39
Project C—4-150 — At ha liner overhead
Day Labour - Bridge:
Project B-0250 ■
boo  Bridge
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0512 - Highway 93/95,
shoulder widening
Project C-0513 - Golden/Donald Bench Road*-
Project C-0514 - Miscellaneous roads in
Golden District
Project C-2762 - St. Mary's Lake Road,
reconstruction
Project N-0387 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project W-0353 - Fencing Schedule 2,-
Highways
Project W-0355 - Fencing Schedule 2,
Highways
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project B-0312 - Sheep Bridge 6365
Project B-0313 - Matthew Bridge 288
Project B-0314 - Lewis Bridge 6364
■ Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Athalmer, Highway 93/95
Golden to Yoho Park Boundary
Lower Toby Creek Road
Minor road surveys
Trans Canada Highway East of Yoho Bridge
Trans Canada Highway Golden-Yoho Bridge
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 - Kootenay-
Columbia Highway 95 through parts of
D.L.16307 and Section 12 Tp27 R22
W5M Kootenay District Golden Bypass
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Dorney Road 85
Pighin Road 72
Westside Road 2 - Golden
75,000.00
99,997-50
80,657.84
226,329.08
99.842.53
182,090.12
77,634-99
24,901.15
236,213.45
130,918-38
8,000.00
30,010-36
20,000.00
15,209.59
46,559-55
581,826.95
38,509.35
81,769-14
2,672,428.66
975,817.00
189,768.47
45,653-12
610.00
95,959.94
12,064.97
1,586.00
48,983-47 204,-
3,385.58
384.00
1,817-00
469-30
 160
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
COLOMBIA RIVER - continued
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Beard's Creek Road 17 and Spence Road 66
Brisco Road 9
Golden Donald Upper Road 42
Granger Road
Holmes-Deakin Road 365
Mark Road 623
Moberly School Road 56
Pighin Road 72
St. Mary's Lake Road
372.00
6,032.50
2,060.00
2,640.00
3,115.00
9,000.00
553.50
1,765.00
7,118.00
Construction -
Signals, lighting etc. -
Project E-7956 - Lighting installation
Route 93/95 at Athalmer Road,
Athalmer
Project E-7988 - Lighting installation
Route 93/95 at Radium Hill Road,
Radium
Bridges - Project B-1283 - Athalmer
Overhead 2671 Athalmer—Invermere Road
Surfacing -
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous surface seal
Road graded seal Golden; Brisco Spil-
limacheen Flats 62.35
Road graded seal Windermere to Dutch
Creek, Athalmer-Wilmer 133,982.99
Shoulder graded seal Highway 95A Wasa
Junction to Kimberley 194,439.93
Shoulder seal Golden; Colden-McMurdo 156,537.51
Shoulder Seal Windermere-Radium Golf
Course 138,001-85
Project S-0085 - Miscellaneous drum mix
Toby Creek Road and Toby Bench (Golden)
Project S-3701 - Highway 95, Golden to
Castledale Section (48.5 km)
623,024.63
347,482.99
46,571.56
1,017,079.18
Total,   Columbia River District
6,761,920.899
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
COMOX DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0154 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Claudet Road, ditching, machine patch
Miscellaneous road construction
Lantzville-Superior Road, area
drainage
Station Road, reconstruction
Project C-0155 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Courtenay North, miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Project C-0195 - Parksville roads
Project C-0197 - Comox Valley Road,
gravel and pave
Project C-0198 - Swan Road-Denman Island,
widen and road—mix, pave
Project C-0200 - Anderson Drive, road-mix
pave
Project D-4280 - New rest area development
of the North Island Highway 19
Project V-0617 - Secondary Highway 243B,
Comox Avenue and Anderton Road, Town
of Comox
Project V-0618 - Secondary Highway 257B,
Comox Avenue, Stewart Street, Balmoral
Avenue and Port Augusta Street, Town
of Comox
14
312
23
826
02
15
109
04
9
974
50
63,221.86
81
206
10
69
025
27
150,231.37
144,519.07
96,170.98
25,166.12
51,987.55
57,206.99
6,932.77
25,349.31
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0197 - Comox Valley roads,
gravel and pave
Project C-0545 - Condensory Road,
construct extension
Project C-0548 - Roy Creek Road, replace
cribbing
Project C-0550 - Shaw's Hill Highway 19,
reconstruction
Project C-0671 - Forbidden Plateau Road,
construction of parking lot at the
bottom of the hill
Project H-0398 - Guardrail installation
Program 80/81
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project B-0338 - Buller Bridge 7303
Project B-0340 - Power House Bridge 7312
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
98,376.58
7,365.61
19,435.10
461,957.62
12,799.50
5,533.45
13,546.70
81,965.23
100,511.93
2,386,097.92
357,311.91
150,723.32
Maintenance and operation of ferrie
Comox—Westview Ferry ^see also
MacKenzie)
Denman Island Ferry
Hornby Island Perry
Lasqueti Island Ferry
1,631,716.77
1,188,650.85
930,823.05
183,000-00   3,934,190.67
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TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 19
COMOX DISTRICT •
continued
$
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Canadian Highway 4, west boundary Lot 9
to Alberni Junction
Coleman Road-Lazo  Road
Courtenay North Dingwall Road-Merville
Island Highway from Courtenay, curb and
gutter to Courtenay River Bridge to
H. Q. Road
Island Highway from Parksville,  curb and
gutter
19 Island Highway from South Lantzville
Junction to North West Bay Logging
Road  (see also Nanaimo).
Minor road surveys
Road to Forbidden Plateau,  Courtenay area
Route 19,   18 km north of Parksville
17-th Street-Cou rtenay Second Crossing
Vancouver Island Highway-Parksville Bypass
Legal Surveys - Project L-0099 -
Explanatory Plan   for Drainage Easement Right-of-way through Lot 17
Plan 29168" D.L.103 Nanoose
District, District Drawing A-33
Island Highway through Part of D.L.'s
61 and 89 Newcastle District (Near
Dashwood)   1.4 km
Proposed New Island Highway, Qualicum-
Bowser Section through part of Lot
14,   D.L.85 Plan DD19772-W Newcastle
District
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Island Highway,  Lantzville to Craig's
Cross!ng
Island Highway at Sackville Road
Kye  Bay Road
Lee Road at Island Highway
Miraloma Drive
17th Street Crossing, Cliffe Avenue
to Dingwall Road
Whaletown Road and Hunt Road
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Brewster Lake Road and Willow Street
Condensory Road extension
Forbidden Plateau   Road
Island Highway Lantzville to Craig's
Crossing
Island Highway Shaw's Corner
Lee Road at Island Highway
Nanoose Creek, Craig's Crossing
17th Street Crossing, Cliffe Avenue
to Dingwall Road
Swan Road
Construction -
Roads - Project C-3989 - Forest Road,
Port Alberni to Cumberland Road,
(see also Alberni)
30,158.25
79,311-32
52.00
3,902.65
61,761.93
1,963-50
44,919.07
32,969-77
3,826.58
12,975.80
12,077-97
60.00
2,797.37
283,918.1
1,374.17 4,231-541
53,381.75
1.00
1.00
5,728.00
110,279.93
155,716.68
185-33
21,385-00
194,700.00
6,875-00
102,099.79
18,607.95
3,209.00
147.38
206,272.85
1,809.00
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
COMOX  DISTRICT - continued
$ $ $
Construction - continued
Roads - Bill 5 -
Project C-3989 - Forest Road, Port
Alberni to Cumberland Road
(see also Alberni) 662.52
Project C-4527 - Courtenay 17th Street
Crossing, Cliffe Avenue to Dingwall
Road km 71.29 to km 74.59   (2.3 miles)
including connecting roads. 760,826.47 761,488.99
Highway Safety - Project C-0204 - Gravel
and pave shoulder, relocate two telephone poles,  Route 28,  Campbellton
Elementary 11,739.74
Bridges -
Project B-1285 - Courtenay River Crossing
2701,  17th Street,  Courtenay,  Island
Highway. 595,288-36
Project B-1373 - Bonell Creek Bridge
Duplicate 1246:     Nanoose Creek Bridge
Duplicate 1247:     Island Highway 443,175.36        1,038,463.72
Bridges - Bill 5 -
Project B-0656 - Island Highway 19,  Nanoose
Overhead duplicate and Nanoose Overhead
modifications. 123,9"   ■
Project B-1285 - Courtenay River Crossing
2701,   17th Street,  Courtenay,  Island
Highway 1,889,595-57        2,013,567-57
Ferry Landings - Bill 5 - Project B-0562 -
Little River Ferry Terminal wingwalls
and dredging 470,465.18
Surfacing - Project S-6428 - Highway 28,   *
Buttle  Narrows  to Camp 8   (30.5  km) 517,300.09
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-0639 -
Highway 19,  Black Creek University of
British Columbia Farms to Ocean Grove 56,388.55
Total, Comox District 14,195,170.98
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
COQUITLAM-MOODY DISTRICT
Betterments 80/81,
iver Bridge,
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 -
miscellaneous
Project C-0248 -
approaches
Project C-4475 - Highway 7, intersection
improvements at Shaughnessy Street,
Port Coquitlam
Project V-0596 - Secondary Highway 265B,
Knowle Drive, City of Port Moody
Project V-0742 - Secondary Highway 210B,
Pitt River Road, McLean Avenue, Kings-
way and Trenton Avenue, City of Port
Coquitlam
Project V-0759 - Secondary Highway 116B,
Clark Road, City of Port Moody
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project D-0724 - Pitt River Bridge,
landscaping approaches
Project N-0370 - Guardrail Installation
program 80/81
Maintenance of  roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Barnet  Highway to loco Road
Barnet Highway from Sperling Avenue
to Clark Road  (see also Burnaby North)
Como Lake  to Kingsway
Lougheed from Cape Horn Interchange  to
Port  Coquitlam (Kingsway Avenue)
Minor road surveys
Port Moody Arterial
Port Moody Alternate Highway from Barnet
Highway  (7A)   to Clark-Murray Street
Legal  surveys - Project L-0099 -
Como Lake  Road widening in Parcel  1
Ref.   Plan 5122 D.L.378 Gpl New Westminster District
Lougheed  Highway widening in parts of
D.L.464 Gpl New Westminster District
at Shaughnessy Street
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Lougheed
Highway,  Colony Farm  interchange
Rights-of-way  - Bill  5 - Project P-0113
Gravel Pits
Lougheed Highway Colony Farm interchange
Mary Hill  Bypass
94,268.86
75,000.00
40,000.00
643,082.40
33,845.17
2,844.00
20,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
277,178.54
31,154.45
37,569.96
2,700.00
23,909.55
98.00
11.81
1,950.00
51.00
129.00
28,849.36
15,000.00
1.00
220,920.24 235,921.241
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
COQUITLAM-M00DY  DISTRICT -  continued
* $ $
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-3144 - Lougheed Highway 7,
Cape Horn  to  Pitt  River  Bridge       ,_,„
(new section) 34,09!
Project C-3402 - Lougheed Highway reconstruction,   North  Road  to Cape Horn,
approx. 4 miles 3,117,270.84
Project C-4092 - Cape Horn-Pitt River
Highway,   Mary Hill  Bypass 2,101,039-63 5,252,406.10
Signals,  lighting etc. -
Project E-7807 - Signal and lighting
installation  Route 7,   North  Road  to
Brunette Street,  Coquitlam 55 7311,59
Municipal  Programmes -
Project 0-0691 - Reconstruction of Senkler
Road (Windermere Creek) Bridge,  Village
of Belearra 19,415.00
Bridges -
Project B-0870 - Pitt River Bridge
upstream structure, Lougheed Highway.
(see also Dewdney) 36,366.46
Project B-1159 - loco Overhead Crossing
widening 1314:     Barnet Highway 7A 40,612.41
Project B-1374 - Colony Farm Overhead 2664,
Cape Horn to Pitt River Highway 660,628.06 737,606.93
■Total,   Coquitlam-Moody District
 166
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
COWICHAN-MALAHAT DISTRICT
or Betterments 80/81,
nents 80/81,
Day Labour - Roads
Project C-0122
miscellaneous
Project C-0152 - Minor i
mi sc e1laneous
Project  C-0186 - Cowichan Bay Road,
reconstruct and  pave
Project  C-0187 -  Cowichan Lake Road,
reconstruct  and pave
Project  C-0189 -  Sallachie Road,   reconstruct  and pave
Project V-0693 - Secondary Highway 2693,
Oak Street,  District of North Cowichan
Project  V-0 694  - Secondary Highway 3*58,
Maple Bay Road,  District of North
Cowichan
Project V-0695 - Secondary Highway  169B,
Chemainus Road,  District  of  North
Cowichan
Day  Labour -  Bill  5 - Roads -
Project  C-0186- Cowichan Bay Road,
reconstruct and pave
Project  C-0187 -  Cowichan Lake Road and
South Shore Road,  reconstruct and pave
Project  C-0190 - Chemainus Road,   reconstruct and pave
Project C-0538 -  Renfrew Road,   reconstruct
and pave
Project C-0539 - Thain Road,   reconstruct
and pave
Project C-0540 - Cowichan Valley Highway,
shouldering
Project N-0395 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Day Labour  -  Bill   5 - Bridges -
Project  B-0333 - Findley Bridge
Project  B-033 6 - Otto Bridge
Project B-0341 - Meades Bridge
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and operation of  ferries -
Thetis Island Ferry
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Crofton access Trans Canada at Mt- Sicker
Island Highway from Bench Road to Duncan
Island Highway from Chemainus to
Ladysmith
Left  turn slots on Trans Canada Highway
a t Jame s Road,  Duncan
Mill Bay - Cowichan Golf Course
Minor road surveys
Trans Canada Highway  1  (Island Highway)
from Langford to Shawnigan Lake Road
Trans Canada Highway south of  Duncan
910.40
183,477.08
30,000.00
31,4 61.71
19, 615.95
119.26
17,580.81
23,738.25 306,903.46
109,764.09
8,341.66
15,642.28
49,791.36
30,523.35
87,385.12
30,610.56 332,058.42
86,291.56
43,922.53
61,708.14 191,922.23
15,533.91
1,44 6.65
114.32
72,945.56
19,884.53
234.34
48,554.59
2,384,694.52
287,342.25
114,782.78
1,144,799.19
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COWICHAN-MALAHAT
DISTRICT -
continued
1
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!
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 - Trans Canada
Highway  through Blocks 1237,   371 and  176
Malahat District
2,922.88
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project  P-0113 -
Cowichan Bay Road
501.00
Doupe Road
6, 500.00
Koksilah pedestrian overpass
1,152.00
Koksilah Road
4,000.00
North Shore Road
1,830.00
Shawnigan Lake Road
1,775.00
Shawnlgan-Mill  Bay Road and Trans
Canada Highway
1.00
15,759.00
Construction —
Roads -
Project C-0201 - Highway 1,  paving lane at
Bamberton.
122,791.50
Project C-3711 - Bench Road  to Duncan
(Trans Canada Highway)  Victoria,
Duncan sub-division,  grading mile
33.42 to 35.87
581,948.83
704,740.33
Signals, lighting etc -
Project E-0343 - Lighting and  signal
installation Route 1 at Allenby Road,
Duncan 21,723.23
Project E-0669 - Signal and lighting
revision Route 1 at James/York Road,
Duncan 14,519.48
Project E-7967 - Lighting and traffic
signal installation Route  1 at Cowichan
Way and Route 1 at Boys Road,  Duncan 5,535.49 41,778.20
Bridges -
Project B-0976 - Cowichan River Bridge
1289,   Chemainus River Bridge 1298,
Trans Canada Highway 1,   fabrication
and erection structural steelwork 197,102.45
Project B-1346 - Duncan Wagon Bridge  611,
Rudy Johnson Bridge 2695 and Chemainus
River Bridge 1298,  modifications
portal bracing  (see also Cariboo) 1,949-42 199,051.87
Bridges - Bill  5 - Project B-0663 -
Cowichan River Bridge  1289,   1  km south
of Duncan, modifications  to bracing 1,276.81
Surfacing -
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous  surface seal
Surface chip seal and shoulder seal
Cowichan Lake Road Junction of Highway 1
to Meade Creek Bridge  (31 km) 409,966.59
Project  S-6101 - Highway  18,   Youbou  to
Meade Creek Bridge  (10.63 km) 739,635.02
Project S-6201 - Trans Canada Highway 1,
Mill Bay to Duncan and miscellaneous
roads (22.3 km) 18,489.48 1,168,091.09
Surfacing - Bill  5 - Project S-6201 -
Trans Canada Highway  1,  Mill Bay  to
Duncan and miscellaneous  roads  (22.3 km) 1,550,773.94
Total,   Cbwichan-Malahat District 8,685,884.71
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DELTA  DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
6,201.63
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project B-0300 - Canoe Pass Bridge 53 33,274.46
Project B-0415 - Highway 99, cleaning
and painting of the George Massey Tunnel 84,800.00 118,074.46
Maintenance of roads 713 1167.20
Snow removal 34,705-73
Maintenance of bridges 44.554.80
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Control line arterial mapping of the
Matthews Road interchange on Highway 99 5,118-35
Highway 10 from Ladner Bridge to
Highway 17 234.50
Scott Road  from Highway 1 to Highway 10
(see also Surrey) 462.13
Scott Road,  Old Yale Road to 96th Avenue
(see also Surrey) 16,576.44 22,391.42
Surveys generally - Bill 7 - Project L-0558 -
Highway 10, Queensborough (see also
New Westminster)
Marine Way, Section 2 (see also New
Westminster)
Westminster Highway (see also New
Westminster)
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Annacis Project 74,838.72
Chillukthan Slough to Highway 17 900.00 75,738.72
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Annacis Project 276,813.18
Rights-of-way - Bill 7 - Project P-0599 -
Annacis  Project 6,108,520.34
Construction -
Roads - Bill 7 -
Project C-0598 - Fraser River Crossing-
Supply and stockpiling of dredged
material from the Fraser River
(see also New Westminster) 588,465.80
Project C-0672 - Fraser River Crossing,
relocation of B.C.H.P.A. gas line,
south side,  Highway 99-Queensborough
Bridge 174, '>-::■■ . 762,874.32
Highway Safety - Project C-0202 -
Massey Tunnel impact study attenuator
installation (see also Richmond) 2,191-25
Signals,  lighting etc. -
Project E-0576 - Signal installation,
56th Street at 6th Avenue,  Delta. 13,381-97
Project E-0280 - Route 99, Massey Tunnel,
reversible lane electrical and signing
(see also Richmond) 252,823-67 266,205-64
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
DELTA  DISTRICT - continued
* $ $
Construction - continued
Geotechnical and materials - Project G-0038 -
Annacis Crossing,  geotechnical investigations  (see also Richmond & New
Westminster) 10o,097.18
Geotechnical and materials - Bill 7 -
Project G—0038 - Annacis Crossing,
geotechnical investigations
(see also Richmond & New
Westminster) 91} j 157 i 19
Bridges - Project B-1379 - George Massey
Tunnel, Highway 99, renovations to fire
and domestic water system (see also
Richmond) 59 i5.55.iq
Planning - Project 0-1188 - Fraser River
Crossing Project Study (see also New
Westminster and Richmond) 2,477.87
Planning - Bill 7 - Project 0-1188    -
Fraser River Crossing Project Study
(see also Richmond & New Westminster) 14,878.70
Surfacing -
Project S-1401 - Matthews Road Interchange,  Nicomekl River Section:
Highway 99  (14.2 km)   (see also
Surrey) 940,968.41
Project S-1448 - Storm drainage,  paving,
curb and gutter and lighting:    Highway
10-Ladner Trunk Road  from Chilluk-
than Slough to Highway 17,
Delta  (1.06 miles) 683,477.79        1,624,446.20
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-0035 -
Highway 99 and Sea Island Highway Oak
Street to George Massey Tunnel (see
also Richmond) 406,763.56
Total, Delta District 10,803,726.99
 170
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
DEWDNEY  DISTRICT
80/81,
47,736.06
Day  Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterment:
mi seella neou s
Project C-0120 - Minor Betterments  80/81,
mi seellaneous
Project C-0248 - Pitt River Bridge
approaches
Project V-0717 - Secondary Highway  74B,
Harris Road, District of Pitt Meadows
Project V-0718  - Secondary Highway  75B,
Hammond Road,  District of Pitt Meadows-
Project V-0719 - Secondary  Highway  79B,
McNeil Road,   District of Pitt Meadows*
Project V-0731 - Secondary Highway 253B,
Dewdney Trunk Road and 224th Street,
District of Maple Ridge
Project V-0732 - Secondary Highway 254B,
-    232nd  Street  and Fern crescent,
District of Maple  Ridge
Project V-0736 - Secondary Highway  77B,   -
Dewdney Trunk Road,  District of Mission
Wilson to Municipal Boundary,  base
preparation and shouldering
Project V-0737 - Secondary Highway 283B,
7th Avenue,  District of Mission,  Cedar
to Grand, drainage
Cedar Valley Road,  Tunbridge  to Dewdney
Trunk Road, base preparation and
shouldering 17,442.37
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0490 - Hartley Road, recap
Project C-0684  - Stave Lake  Road,
gravelling
Project C-44 67 - Home Avenue-Glasgow
Street, Mission,   intersection
improvements
Project  D-0724 -  Pitt  River Bridge,
landscaping  approaches
Project N-0370 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project B-0295 - Judd Bridge   6012,
new treated timber structure
Project B-0297 -  Farm Bridge  7035
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and operation of ferries -
Albion-Fort Langley Ferry
3,031.50
56,224.40
75,000.00
9,608.73
23,320.00
15,000.00
63,000.00
75,000.00
50,000.00
9,500.00
20,000.00
15,000.00
20,000.00
13,990.83
33,990.83
967,538.40
143,821.79
79,015.05
772,113.27
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171
DEWDNEY DISTRICT
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Highway 11, Abbotsford-Misslon mapping
(see also Central Fraser Valley)
Layout of first curve-north approach
to Mission Bridge
Lougheed Highway from C.P.R.  Overhead,
Dewdney and C.P.R. Overhead, Deroche
Lougheed Highway from Haney  to Silver Creek
Lougheed Highway (existing)  from Pitt
River  to Haney
Minor road surveys
Silverdale Creek-Hurd Road
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Beaudry Road through frac.  S  1/2
Pel F Sec.22 Tp24 New Westminster
District
continued
i
24 6.35
21,764.44
64,554. 79
5,875.40
4,719.53
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Haney Business Bypass
Mission Roadworks
Stave Lake Road 153
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P
Albion Ferry Landing approache
Haney Business Bypass
Haney-Silverdale
Mission roadworks
Mount Woodside Rest area
North Nicomen Road
Stave Lake Road
25,032.44
1.00
5,697.75
30,731.19
63,794.17
122,117.34
868,191.28
2,5 51.60
37,913.85
8,188.45
15 6.00
1,102,912.69
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-4093 - Haney Business Bypass,
Maple Ridge  (3.0 km)
Project C-4291 - Abbotsford-Misslon
Highway 11,  Mission roadworks,
northwest approach (1.35 km)
2,040; 216.14
,119,533.03
Signals,  lighting etc.   -
Project E-0620 - Lighting  installation
Route 11 new north approach Mission
Bridge
Project E-7901 - Signal and  lighting
installation Route 7 at Wren Road, Missio:
Project E-7951 - Signal and  lighting
installation. Borne at Glasgow Street,
Mission
21,2 69.40-
5,503.(5
Project B-0870 - Pitt River Bridge
stream Structure,  Lougheed Highwi
(see also Coquitlam-Moody)
Project  B-1375 - Pitt  River  Bridge
rehabilitation of Super Structun
Lougheed Highway
1,071,325-79 1,107,692.25
Municipal Programmes - Bill  5 - Project
0-0657 - Replacement of  the 224th  Stree
Bridge over the Horth Alouette River,
District of Maple Ridge
Total,  Dewdney District
100,000.00
9,304,037.47
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
ESQUIMALT-PORT RENFREW DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-0153 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Day Labour -  Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0192 - Helmcken Road,  reconstruct and pave
Project C-0541 - West Coast Road,   retaini
wall at Mile  13
Project C-0583 - Richview Road,  paving
Project N-039 6 - Guardrail Installation
program 80/81
Day labour  -  Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project B-0332 - Harris Cove Bridge 831
Project B-0339  - Barker Bridge   7049
Snow removal
Main
of brl
Surveys generally - Project L-0101
Humpback Road-Highway 1  to Highway 14
Jordan River-Port Renfrew from mile
11.3  to mile 18.5
Miscellaneous Langford Colwood area-
Meaford Avenue  to Latorla Road
Widening on Helmcken Road and access
to Hospital etc.
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Caldwell Road  in Lots  1  &  2  Plan 2517
Sec.3  Sooke District  (Drawing 11-38)
Establishing Chancellor Avenue widening In Parcel A DD716L71  Sec.9
Esquimau  District
Glenidle Road  in part Lot   6 Strata
Plan 314  Block 1 Sec.7 Sooke District
(Drawing   62-228)
Kaltasin Road in part Lot 1 Strata Plan
558 Sec.7 Sooke District  (Drawing
62-229)
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Trans
Canada Highway at Amy Road
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Flatman Avenue-Metchosln
Island Highway at Colwood
Millstream Road extension,  Sooke Road
and Allandale Road
Sooke Road
Construction -
Roads —
Project C-2978 - Trans Canada Highway,
Harriet Road  to Thetis  Overhead,
grading (see also Saanich and the
Islands)
4,884.81
119,810.76
25,285.30
8,192.73
56,9 75.13
29,239.27 86,214.40
1,615,092.08
116,275.46
89,340.25
3,889.79
12,532.80
350.00
170,32 0.73
160,000.00
4 50.00
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ESQUIMALT-PORT RENFREW DISTRICT - continued
$ S i
Construction - continued
Highway Safety - Project C-0204 - Paved
shoulders for walkway along Happy Valley
Road, Metchosin 5,452.00
Roadside development  - Project D-0095 - ■
Site preparation of  two  tourist information centres,  Trans Canada Highway  1
Victoria and Highway 17,  John's Road,
Sidney  (see also Saanich and  the  Islands) 5 295.21
Signals,   lighting etc.  - Project E-0575 -
Pedestrian signal installation Craig-
flower Road at Carrie Street,  Esquimalt 7 057.35
Bridges  - Project B-1380 - Removal of pier
and steel span abandoned C.N.R.  Bridge
over Interurban Road g 975.00
Total,   Esquiraalt-Port Renfrew District 2   637 298.8 7
 174 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0123 - Minor Betterments  80/81
Kamloops area north,  various roads,
sealcoating,  widening,  gravelling 70,940.00
Savona area,  various roads,  sealcoating, widening 25,406-00
Barriere area,  various  roads,  graveling, road widening 56,872-00
Birch Island area,  various  roads,
sealcoating,  gravelling 49,628-00
Kamloops area south, various roads,
sealcoating,  machine patching,   culvert
installation 42,758.00
Miscellaneous 87,495-06 333,099.06
Project C-0145 - Minor Betterments 80/81 36,789.03
Project C-0259 - Barriere Lakes Road,
widening and paving 219,999.17
Project  C-0260 - Miscellaneous roads in
the Kamloops area,  construction and
paving 104,932.37
Project C-0271 - Pre-engineering surveys 918.43
Project D-0251 - Manufacture and supply of
roadside tables and toilet buildings 71,118.73
Project D-42 70 - Highway beautification,
valleyview to Campbell Creek 42,529.99 809,386.78]
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0457 - Heffley  Creek to Louis
Creek,   shoulder widening 110,577.21
Project C-0527 - Student  summer employment
program 6,904.16
Project C-0564 - Highway  5 Merritt-Kamloops
Aberdeen Shopping Mall extension 125,498.28
Project C-2514  -  Clearwater Valley Road
139,   reconstruction 487,969.58
Project N-03 73  - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81 60,320.05
Project N-0434  - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 28,277.44
Project  W-0344  - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways 77,401.63 896,948.35
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project B-0302 - Grouse Creek Bridge   6257 39,999.55]
Maintenance of roads 5,661,951.07
Snow removal 1,446,607.81
Maintenance of bridges 555,557.81
Maintenance and operation of ferries
McLure  Ferry 47,526.60
Little  Fort  Ferry 53,562.16 101,088.76,
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Intersection of Highway 1 and Highway 5
at Kamloops 23,560.25
Kamloops access from Springhill Drive
to Mission Flats 79,117.95
Little Fort-Lac Des Roches  (see also
Cariboo) 13,589.69
North Thompson Highway,   Clearwater River
Bridge  Crossing 498.00
1
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KAMLOOPS   DISTRICT
I Surveys generally - Project L-0101 - continued
Trans Canada Highway  1  Cherry Creek to
Cornwall  Lodge
Trans Canada Highway from Valleyview to
Campbell Creek
Westsyde Road,  Kamloops  from C.N.R.
Overpass
Yellowhead  5 from east boundary D.L. 777
to D.L.79 (Preacher Hill)
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Lots  5 &   6 D.L.236 Kamloops Division
Yale-District Plan 6165 Kamloops
East Sec  T.C.H.   LTO Plan H14043
Plan of  Statutory R/W of Agate  Bay
Road W.Bdy.  D.L.1203  to S.   Bdy.
D.L.3027 Kamloops Division Yale
District
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Barriere Lake Road
Barriere Townsite
Clearwater Valley Road
Deadman-Vidette Road
Gravel Pits
Sundry expenses
Westsyde Road, Westmount  to Franklin
I Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Agate Bay Road
Clearwater Valley Road
Deadman-Vidette Road
Gravel Pits
Halston Overhead
Intersection of Highway 1 and 5 at
Kamloops
Summit Drive
Sundry expenses
Trans Canada Highway 1 Aberdeen Commercial
Park
Trans Canada Highway—Valleyview
Campbell Creek
Trans Canada Highway widening at Monte Creek
Westsyde Road, Westmount-Franklin
Wolsey Road
continued
4 t
2 7,657.25
4,631.00
1,748.14
826.3 6
■Const:
Roads -
Project C-2845 - Halston Overhead at
Kamloops and Overlanders Bridge,
north approach
Project C-3948  - Westsyde Road,   from
Westmount  to Franklin Road,
City of Kamloops
Project C-4102 - Highway 24, 93 Mile-Little
Fort, Little Fort, Phinetta Lake, Section
2  (10.03 miles)
Roadside development - Project D-0097 -
landscape development of Halston Overpass,   8th Street,  Kamloops
3,000.00
850.00
600.00
2,671.20
2,000.00
1,815.84
24,517.25
12,559.00
4,200.00
3,630.00
75,920.00
21,827.00
201,251.00
672,800.00
59,057.22
1.00
200,027.86
1.00
24,288.37
2,358.00
739.561.44
1,277,920.45
3,947,906.92        5,292,558.64
 176 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
KAMLOOPS DISTRICT - continued
s s
Construction - continued
Bridges -
Project B-1160 - Halston Overpass 2590
and Halston Overhead 2594, Eighth
Street
Project B-1184 - Vavenby Bridge 898,
Vavenby Bridge Road
Surfacing - Project S-4628 - Highway 5,
Messiter Summit to Milledge Creek
sections (23.99 km)
Total, Kamloops District
25,964.07
491.88
26,455.95
99,352.81
16,476,389.58
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
KOOTENAY DISTRICT
* * *
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0023 - Cranbrook area streets,
reconstruct 49, 616.00
Project C-0024 - Kimberley and Cranbrook
area streets,  double  flush coat 93,418.00
Project C-0025 - Jaffray,  Baynes Lake,
Grasmere area roads,   reconstruct and
gravel 50,000.00
Project C-002 6 - Fernie,  Hosmer,  Elko area
roads,   reconstruct and gravel 50,000.00
Project C-002 7 -  Elk Valley Road,  shoulder
widening It 0,000.00
Project C-0135 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 115,4 79-81
Project C-0136 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Miscellaneous 102,2 36.15
Fernie,   Hosmer,   Elko roads 51,578.09 153,814.24
Project C-2569 - Kikomun-Newgate Road
36,  apply liquid calcium 20,000.00
Project C-3668 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway  3,   Fernie District,   back-
slope improvements 19,786.00
Project C-3976 - Fencing and livestock
crossings,  Schedule 2 Highways,   Elk
Valley Road 4                                                                                            30,000.00 722,114.05
Day Labour - Bridges -
Project B-0249 - Haynes Bridge  6786 38,948.13
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0509 - Highway 95A In the
Cranbrook Highways District,
shouldering 80,000.00
Project C-0510 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,   Ryan,   left  turn slot,
construction 31,000.00
Project C-0511 - Carbon Creek Bridge
approaches,  construction 121,000.00
Project C-3069 -  Corbin Road 26,  reconstruct and  liquid calcium 268,596.00
Project N-0385 - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81 56,200.00
Project N-0386 - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81' 150,455.15
i      Project W-0353 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways 16,809.34
Project W-0354 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways 30,000.00 754,060.49
Maintenance of roads 2,097,148.95
Know removal 58 7,32 6.00
Maintenance of bridges 130,295.76
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
I     Cranbrook Kimberley Airport-north access 68,350.79
Elk Valley  Highway  from Elk River to
Cummings Street 18,028.67
I    Highway 3  to McGillivray 18,856.14
I    Minor road surveys 2 6,72 6.30
Southern Trans Provincial Highway  3
upper Moyie Lake 47,144.11
Wildlife  reflector study  (see also
Nelson-Creston) 7,489.81 186,595.82
 178
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
KOOTENAY DISTRICT - continued
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Cranbrook-Wycliffe  Road
Elk Valley Road 4 L7782  to N.Bdy.
L7987 Kootenay District
Gold  Creek Road  through part of S.L.
26 D.L.4591 Kootenay District
St.Marys Lake Road  115 Highway 95A
to Mathews Creek
Rights-of-way -  Project P-0113  -
Elk Valley Road 4
Gravel pits
Kelly Road 84
37th Street South 327
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
Dock Road 90
Elk Valley Road 4
Fernie-Hosmer Road
Kennedy Road 240
Southern Trans Provincial Highway
37th Street South 32 7
Yahk-Meadow Creek Road 3 7
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-3720 - Kimberley Highway 95A,
Wycliffe to Cranbrook section and
Cranbrook Airport Access Road
Signals,  lighting etc. -
Project E-0014  - Signal and lighting
installation Route 3/95 at  Victoria
Avenue,  Cranbrook
Project E-0585 - Lighting installation
Route 95A, Wycliffe-Cranbrook Section
Bridges -
Project B-0705 - Kootenay Crossing at
Kikomun Creek (Llbby Pondage area)
Project B-1169 - Wasa Bridge:     Highway
95.
Project B-12 61 - McPhee Bridge over the
St.  Mary River,   Highway 95A
Project B-1345 - Brewery Bridge 348,
Cokato  Road Carbon Bridge   769,
Southern Trans Provincial Highway
Fording Drive Bridge 2722, Fording
Drive (at Elkford)
Surfacing -
Project S-3402 - Aggregates  in stockpile
(see also Rossland-Trall,  Helson-Creston
Shuswap-Revelstoke)
Project S-3601 - Highway 93 Elko to
Roosville  (41.0 km)
Surfacing  - Bill   5 -
Project S-3 601 - Highway 93,  Elk
597.00
17,062.04
1,149.00
9,464.10
39,453.29
3,144.00
2,750.00
12 0.00
185.25
32,005.00
4,190.00
1,343.78
3,374.00
360.00
309,00
28,715.66
13,084.00
1,484,382.97
2,429.12
1,719,257.10
32,522.09
3 68, 639.85
3,695,668.911
Roosville  (41.0 km)
Total,  Kootenay District
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
LANGLEY DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81.
Highway 1,  resurfacing Carvolth 54,698.56
Miscellaneous 23,640.36 78,338.92
Project V-0689 - Secondary Highway 256B,
Carvolth Road,  City of Langley 7,459.00 85,797.92
■Day Labour - Bill  5  - Roads -
Project N-0370 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 2,500.00
Maintenance  of roads 610,738.49
F"Snow removal 44,596.25
Maintenance of bridges 24,341.10
Maintenance and operation of ferries -
I     Albion-Fort Langley Ferry 772,113.28
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Carvolth interchange (Highway 1 at  200th) 6,816.36
I      Highway IA from 200th  Street  to 202nd
Street 140.00
\     Minor road surveys 5,292.00
|     Miscellaneous  (Langley from Fraser
Highway at 208th Street to Glover Road) 307.00
Plan,  profile and estimate for reconstruction of Glover Road between Spring
Brook Road and 88th Avenue 462.00 13,017.36
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
I     MacMillan Island Ferry Foreshore Lot,
Lot 844 Group 2 Mew Westminster
District 754.00
[     Reference Plan to consolidate  Lot  B
of Lot 7 and west 330 feet of Lot
6 Plan 10409 in Sec.20  Blk  5 N.
R1W New Westminster District
(see also Surrey) 304.25 1,058.25
Eights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Langley Bypass 14.06
Klghts-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Langley Bypass 846,155.53
Langley curb and gutter 8,339.75 854,495.28
Construction -
Roads - Project C-4406 - Langley Bypass
construction from Highway 10 near
Glover Road to Fraser Highway at
209th Street Sta.1+75  to Sta.18+87 881,439.41
E,     Signals, lighting etc.   -
Project E-0555 - Traffic signal revision
Route IA at 56th Avenue (New McLennan
Road) Langley 14,362.46
Project E-0612  - Signal and  lighting
installation.  Route  IA at 232nd
Street, Langley 29,267.24
Project E-7930 -  Signal and  lighting
installation Route  IA at  216th Street,
Langley 11,275.00
1
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
LANGLEY DISTRICT - continued
t t i
Construction - continued -
Signals,   lighting etc.  - continued
Project E-7935 - Signal and lighting
installation,  Route  IA,  various  intersections,  Route  10 at 200th Street
(Carvolth Road)  200th Street-
Various,   Langley,   B.C. 154,547.19
Project  E-7976 -  Signal installation
Route  IA at 248th,  Langley 21,839.93 231,291.82
Surfacing -
Project S-1458 - Storm sewer,  curb and
gutter and paving;     Highway IA and
200th  Street  (1.02 miles) 928,569.18
Total,  Langley District 4,449,972.40
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
IIACKEHZIE DISTRIC
181
JInor Betterments 80/8J,
Elinor Betterments 80/81,
Minor Betterments 80/31,
Project C-U1I3 -
miscellaneous
Project C-0122 -
miscellaneous
Project C-0146 -
miscellaneous
Project C-0183 - Highway 101, Wakefield j
Creek culvert replacement
Project C-0728 - Sechelt Inlet Road, paving
Project C-3632 - Malaspina Road, reconstruct
Project V-Q831 - Secondary Highway 227*5,
"Jorth Road, Village of Gibsons
■ Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0485 - Highway 101, third laning
from Earl's Cove south for 1 mile
Project C-0533 - Highway 20, Bella Coola,
complete construction
Project C-0611 - Lower Roberts Creek Road,
culvert replacement and erosion control
Project C-0710 - Machine patching, Highway
101, Garden Bay area
Project C-0711 - Widen to establish shoulder,
Port Mellon Hignway, Gibsons-Langdale
Project C-4244 - Miscellaneous school bus
and farm roads in the Williams Lake
Highway District, reconstruct and
gravel
Project N-0369 - Guardrail installation
■ program 80/81
Labour - Bill 5 - Bridges -
Project 3-0291 - Gray Creek Bridge 7832
Project B-0685 - Thorsen Bridge 2, Highway
20 in the Sella Coola area, replacement
Project B-0686 - Skimllk Bridge, Highway
20 in tne Bella Coola area, replacement
Project B-0687 - Saugstad Bridge, Highway 20
in the Bella Coola area, replacement
of roads
127,300.00
1,213.87
33,195.82
60,000.00
20,000.00
100,000.00
180,000.00
170,000.00
10,000.00
30,000.00
30,000.00
50,000.00
3,200.00
60,000.00
85,000.00
80,928.68
78,208.31
88,471.78
521,709.69
I Snow removal
Maintenance o:
332,608.77
1,558,820.21
193,646.00
112,295.81
'Maintenance and operation of ferries -
Comox-Westview Ferry [see  also Comox)
Texada Island ?erry
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Highway 101 from Langdale Ferry to
Highway 101 at Park Road Sechelt
Bypass-Airport to Trout Lake
Highway 101 from Secret Cove to Madeira
Park
Langdale, Gibsons Landing from Gibsons
Creek to Park Road, curb and gutter
Lower Road-Roberts Creek
Minor road surveys
West Sechelt, N. U. Bay Road, Red
Roofs Road
1
1,471,432.22
1,677,862.02   3,149,294.24
47,313.00
54,497.23
37.44
5,821.96
6.80
 182 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
MACKENZIE DISTRICT - continued
i $
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Barnes Road
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Blubber Bay Ferry Terminal 3,000.00
Chamberlain and Bridgman Road 4,006.00
Highway 101 and Lower Road 7,233.30
North Road 180.00
Point Road 3,300.00
R/W requirements thru D.L.1331 Village
of Sechelt 20,500.00
Sechelt Inlet Road 4,860.00
Tillicum Bay Road 800.00
Williamson's Landing Road                          I 10(.282.50
Construction -
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-7947 -
Signal installation Route 101 at Alberni/
Willingdon Street, Powell River
Ferry Landings - Project B-1389 - Blubber
Bay Ferry Terminal, ramp replacement
Surfacing -
Project S-1201 - Sechelt Peninsula miscellaneous roads 1,060,396.12
Project S-4701 - Chilcotin Highway 20,
Bella Coola Wharf to Saloompt Road
section (km 0.0 to 20.9) 20.9 km
miscellaneous roads at Bella
Coola 2.6 km and Noosgulch Bridge
to foot of hill section (42.9)
Total 66.4 km 3,266.75
Total, Mackenzie District
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
MAILLARDVILLE-COqUITLAM DISTRICT
183
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81.,
miscellaneous
Project C-0 720 -  Trans Canada Highway  1
east of King Edward Overpass, eastbound
slow lane,  grinding and patching   -
Project V-0752 - Secondary Highway 14B,
North Road  (east half),  District of
Coquitlam    .
Day Labour  - Bill 5 - Roads - Project C-0720 -
[    Trans Canada Highway 1, eastbound slow
lane, grinding and patching
Maintenance of  roads
Enow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Sur
'eys generally - Project L-0101 - Mary Hill
Bypass
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Lougheed
I    Highway, Horth Road to Cape Home
interchange
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
I      Lougheed Highway,  North Road  to Cape
Home  interchange.
Construction -
H    Roadside development -    Project D-0094 -
Landscape development of the Lougheed
Connector and Port Mann Bridge north
approach on Highway 1
4,360.83
112,866.46
9,039.63
14,463.55
160,194.93
647,891.99
Total,  Malllardville-Coquitlam District
1,139,356.64
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NANAIMO DISTRICT
Day Labour — Roads —
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-0152 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-0185 - Nanaimo Lake Road, reconstruct and pave
Project C-0188 - North Road, reconstruct
and pave
Project C-0190 - Chemainus Road, reconstruct and pave
Project D-0012 - Rest area upgrading
Project D-0013 - Highway beautification
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0519 - Island Highway 19 and
Rutherford Road intersection
Project N-0395 - Guardrail installation
program
Project W-0365 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and operation of ferries -
Gabriola Island Ferry
Newcastle Island Ferry subsidy
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Duke Point access road
Highway 19, Bowen Road, Norwell and
Rock City Road
Island Highway from Ladysmith to
Yellow Point Road
Highway 19, Nanaimo Bypass
Highway 19, Nanaimo, Hammond Bay Road-
Superior Road
19 Island Highway from South Lantzville
Junction to Northwest Bay Logging Road
(see also Comox)
Minor road surveys
19 Vancouver Island (4 lanes) from 107th
Avenue to Hammond Bay Road
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 - Rutherford
Road extension in Sec.4 & 5 R4
Wellington District
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Ladysmith - Carmichael
Nanaimo River Road
Rutherford Road Extension
Sundry expenses
Trans Canada Highway Nanaimo Auction
Terminal Avenue to Campbell Street
11,727.62
98,018.43
50,912-35
47,912.32
20,000.00
16,942.94
11,528.49
10,311.34
9,413.25
161,923.021
1,883,070.03
110,116.75
41,330.67
1,723,788.14
21,500.00 1,745,288.14 ;
115,474.18
13,765.38
22,938-06
102,532.41
8,660.00
1,600.00
1.00
411.28
155,874.00
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
NANAIMO DISTRICT
■Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Aulds Road
Chemainus Road
Gabriola  Ferry Terminal
Ladysmith-Carmichael
Plecas Road
Rutherford  Road extension
Sundry expenses
Trans Canada Highway Nanaimo Auction-
Terminal avenue to Campbell Street
Trans Canada Highway Westdowne  Road,
Ladysmith
Construction -
Roads - Project C-2901 - Island Highway
19,   reconstruction form Lantzville  to
Craig's Crossing (8.87 miles)
f      Highway Safety - Project C-0204 -
Shoulder widening,  Gould Road
Shoulder widening,   Holden Corso  Road
- Shoulder widening, North Road
Shoulder widening,  Hoodbank Road
Shoulder widening,  Yellowpoint Road
[      Signals,  lighting etc.   -
Project E-0556 - Lighting  installation
Route  1,  Woodhouse  to Campbell Street,
Nanaimo
Project E-0560 - Traffic  signal and
lighting  revision,   Route  19 at Rutherford Road,   Nanaimo
Project E-7961  - Traffic signal and
lighting installation/revision Route
19 at  Brechin Road,  Departure  Bay
Road and Estevan Road,   Nanaimo
Bridges - Project  B-133 6 - Cedar Bridge over
■   Nanaimo River  116
continued
i
^
4,000.00
4.00
700.00
283,191.02
150.00
1,060.87
7,010.83
3,232.64
6,473.35
8,285.42
6,269.50
8,906.45
11,999.10
2,930,289.52
Ferries - Project H-1377 -  Gabriola Ferry
K    (M.V.  Ouinitsa),  rebuild propellor unit
and construct  protection cage
Ferry Landings - Project B-13 60 - Gabriola
■    Ferry Terminal,   ramp tower pile  repairs
Total,  Nanaimo District
367.397.72
8,475,889.80
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NELSOIJ-CRESTOH DISTRICT
i i
Day Labour - Roads -
Project  C-0021 - Lardeau area roads,
upgrade and pave 75,000.00
Project C-0030 - Creston-Erickson Road
67,   reconstruction 50,000.00
Project C-0031 - Creston District roads,
new construction and  reconstruction 149,946.28
Project C-0131  - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 130,999.50
Project C-0134 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 158,218.98
Project C-0139 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
District   roads,  shape and stabilize 171,800.00
Project C-2559 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway  3A,  Nelson-Balfour,   reconstruction 174,515.25
Project C-3740 - Nakusp Hot Springs,
reconstruct 50,000.00
Project C-4147 - Red Mountain Road,  reconstruct and pave 50,000.00
Project C-4488 - Highway  6, Nelson Nelway
section,   realignment at Black Bluffs 424,999.50
Project D-0009 - Rest areas upgrading
Shelter Bay,  Galena Bay and Needles 55,793.76
Project D-4272  - Rest area upgrading,
Fauquier,  Royal Creek, Coyes Hill and
Summit Lake 34,000.00
Project D-4273 - Gravel Pit reclamation,
Lebadho,  Boulder, Meadow Creek and
Sproule Creek 50,278.73
Project V-0706 - Secondary Highway 275B,
Creston-Erickson Road,  Town of Creston,
16th and  17th Avenue 23,187.40
ay Labour -  Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0021 - Lardeau area  roads,
upgrade  and  pave 8 6,550.42
Project C-0030 - Creston-Erickson Road
67,   reconstruction,  drainage and paving 49,843.56
Project C-0131  - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 100,000.00
Project C-0501 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3A,  Taghum Bridge
approaches,  new construction 175,000.00
Project C-0502 - Nelson District  roads,
Nelson area,   reconstruction 49,919.15
Project C-0503 - Nelson District roads,
Wlnlaw area  roads,  widen and  improve 50,000.00
Project C-0504 - Nelson District roads,
Salmo area  roads,  widen and  improve 50,000.00
Project C-050£ - Kan Creek Bridge,
replace with multlplate 22,591.24
Project C-0508 - Nakusp area roads,
upgrade and pave 7,79 6.20
Project C-0515 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,  Salmo-Creston section
and Southern Trans Provincial Highway
3A, Kootenay Bay section,  shouldering
Project C-0516 - Southern Trans Provincial
Highway  3,   Salmo-Creston section,
avalanche tower modifications
Project C-0517 -  Pilot Bay Road 255,
reconstruction
1
59
000
00
U
-.37
46
50
000.
00
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
MELSON-CRESTON DISTRICT - continued
S $ i
I Day Labour - Bill 5 — Roads - continued
■      Project C-0518 - Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,  Creston area,   fencing 3,304,00
Project C-0634 -  Southern Trans Provin- •-
cial Highway 3  (559R-Nelson Arterial)
paving 9,997.00
Project C-0635 - Philipoff Road,   reconstruction 18,560.12
Project C-0700 - Creston area  roads,
reconstruction 12,696.00
Project C-3740 - Nakusp  Hot springs Road,
reconstruction 49,902.73
[     Project C-4147 - Red Mountain Road,
reconstruct and  pave 49,594.85
Project C-4488 - Highway 6, Nelson-Nelway
section,   realignment at Black Bluffs 29,766.95
L      Project N-0381 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 120,219.35
'.      Project N-0384 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 180,124.36
|      Project N-0389 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 125,000.00
■ Project W-0623  - Nelson area  fencing and
livestock crossing,  Schedule 2 Highways 3,500.00 1,327,803.39
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project B-031I - Walker Bridge 615 44,000.00
Project  B-0316 - Meadow Bridge  7731 19,100.00
Project  B-0317 - Russell Bridge 0317 25,000.00
[      Project B-0581 - Duncan River Bridge  6444 40,000.00
I    Project  B-0567 - Pass Creek Bridge 4-6222 40,000.00
[     Project B-0699 - Crawford Creek Bailey
Bridge 2398 16,900.00 185,000.00
Day Labour - Hydro Development  - Roads —
I    Project C-4290 - Waneta-Nelway Road
relocation of  5.8 km 5,603.00
Maintenance of roads 6,554,849.59
Know removal 1,781,558-67
Maintenance of bridges 484,537.64
Maintenance and operation of ferries —
Glade Ferry,  operation 264,552.45
B   Glade Ferry,  replacement vessel work 6,549.00
Glade  Ferry,  landings 9,183.99             280,285.44
K   Harrop Ferry,  operation 199,289.98
I     Harrop Ferry,  landing 18,058.91              217,348.89
I     Kootenay Lake Ferry,  operation 1,560,830.83
Balfour Dock 84,818.04
I    Kootenay Bay Dock 7,323.51         1,652,972.38
■ Sunshine Bay dry dock 19,325.78         2,169,932.49
Surveys generally - Project L-0I01 -
I     Cape Horn  to  Corey Creek 407.91
Creston Bypass  revisions 84,049.76
E    Highway  3,  east of  Creston 2,950.64
H. Minor road surveys 52,418.72
Nelson waterfront  road  from Vernon
Street  to Elwyn Street 3,200.93
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 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NELSQN-CRESTON ■
Surveys generally
L-0101
Relocation of Highway 31 and Davis
Creek at Lardeau
Salmo-Creston,  summit revision
Salmo-Meadow Siding
Taghum-Bridge approaches
6 Vernon Slocan Highway
Wildlife  reflector study (see also
Kootenay)
gal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Avis Road Right-of-way  in part  of  D.L.
8338 Kootenay District
Canyon-Porchill & Creston-Rykerts Road
in Part  of  D.L.252 Kootenay District
Canyon-Porthill Road  50 D.L.'s 251 &  812
& Wellspring 213  through  part  D.L.251
Creston Arterial  369R at  16th Avenue
Drawing  R3-55-1
D.L.398 Kootenay District,  18 Crescent
Bay and 2 51  Bartly Roads
Explanatory Plan of part  of Block B
Plan 2049 D.L.1238 Kootenay District
(adjacent to Highway 6 Nelson-
Salmo  Sec.)
Hagey Road  156,  Lansvllle Road 33
through  parts of  Sec.6 D.L.'s 2 51
and 812 Kootenay District
Highway  6 through D.L.11722 and 14974
Kootenay District
67 Creston-Erickson W.  Bdy.  L812  to
E.Bdy.  E  1/2 Blk 4  Plan  730-B etc.
Southern Trans Provincial Highway
Creston Bypass  & Helen Road Blk.
21 Plan   698 D.L.892
-1,271.00
1,613.00
821.06
2,557.73
13 6,238.06
7,489.80
999.19
2,709.4 6
6,82 6.69
1,594.95
13,660.89
90.00
3,864.48
5,100.00
8,084.60
1,708.35
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Abbey Road 404 and Canyon-Porthill
Road 50
16th Avenue intersection
Cook Street  Bypass
Creston Bypass
Creston-Erickson Road  67
Kaslo-Lardeau Highway 31
Sundry expenses
Southern Trans Provincial Highway 3,
Meadows-Salmo
2,101.00
7,516.50
159,750.32
127,263.40
20,924.30
1,2 00.00
94.19
15,480.00
Rights-of-way -  Bill   5 - Projt
190 Adshead Road
Arrowcreek West Road   7
16th Avenue Intersection
Claybrick Road  71
Cook Street Bypass
Cory Road  63
Creston Bypass
Creston Erickson Road  67
Filipoff Road  149
Fisherman's Pit Road
Galena Farm Road  110
Helen Road  144
er Sta
143
2,108.04
5,515.00
150.00
2,044.70
131,803.50
4,802.00
459,130.23
4,773.45
1,875.00
■ 1,012.00
1,969.00
5,859.00
2,700.00
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
NELSON-CRESTOM
i Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113  - continued
Lakeview Road  198
Lewis Road 457
Nelson-Balfour Highway 3A
Pilot  Bay  Road  255
Red Mountain Road 231
Sesame Street   67
Seymour Road 387
Short  Road  308
Silver King Road 310
Slocan River Road
South Fork Salmo Highway
Sundry expenses
Upper Passmore Road 233
Wills Road 481
continued
§
|
i
ued
2,741.59
15,948.75
25,362.00
64,165.60
1.00
300.00
1.00
12,93 7.70
4 71.00
5,214.40
1,140.00
2,674.91cr.
3,235.20
1.00
752,586.2 5
i Const
Roads - Project C-2317 - Southern Trans
Provincial Highway 3,   reconstruction
South Fork-Salmo (9.54 miles)
Highway Safety -  Project C-0204 -
Re-shoulder,  widen and pave shoulder,
Route  3A from  6 Mile Lake Road to
Heddle Road
Shoulder widening on Route   6 and
Arterials 88R and 2 91R
Roadside development  - Project D-0098 -
Landscape development of  Salmo Bypass,
Highway  3,  Salmo
2 6,8 76.00
23,531.00
Signals,   lighting etc -
Project E-0603 - Signal and lighting
installation,  Route 3A (Front  Street),
at Hall  Street,  Nelson
Project E-0614 - Lighting  installation
Route  3A at Balfour Ferry  Landing,
Balfour
Bridges -
Project B-0939 - Taghum Bridge,  Southern
Trans Provincial Highway  3A,  deck
Project B-1200 - Woodchuk Bridge and
Erie Creek Bridge,  Highway   6
957,478.52
313,291.26
1,270,769.78
Ferries - Project H-0256 - M.  V.  Balfo
Kootenay Lake Ferry,  re-engining
Ferry Landings - Project B-1390 -  Balfour
Ferry Terminal,  marine structure
replacement
118,989.41
Surfacing -
Project S-3101 - Highway 3,   Salmo to 8.05
km south,   Burnt Flats  to  13.5 km east
and miscellaneous work on  the Salmo-
Creston Skyway and Highway   6:
Burnt Flats  to Nelway  (31.90 km)
 190 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NELSON-CRESTON - continued
J 4 $
Surfacing - continued
Project S-3401 - Broadway Street, Village
of Nakusp, storm sewer, curb and gutter
and paving, Nelson Avenue, 0.36
miles and resurfacing Highway
23 from Broadway to Kuskanax
Creek 1.00 miles 1,062.53
Project S-3402 - Aggregates in stockpile
(see also Kootenay, Shuswap—Revelstoke,
Rossland-Trall) 57,817.04
Project S-3901 - Highway 3 and Highway 21,
Creston to Blazed Creek and Creston
to Porthill (42.4 km) 2,222,949.56   4,206,589.59 :
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-0707 -
Highway 3, Creston 16th Avenue and
Canyon Street, curb, gutter, sidewalk,
utility and storm sewer relocation,
Town of Creston 46,116.60 1
Total, Nelson-Creston District 23,730,304.98
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
191
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0119 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
8,527.43
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 303.47 8,830.90
Maintenance of roads 40,409.32
Snow removal 2,615.04
Maintenance of bridges 12,100.00
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Aerial mapping, survey and design
Byrne-Queensborough 4 lane (see
also Burnaby-Edmonds) 5,609.47
Annacis  Island Crossing of Fraser River 5,328.64
Marine Way-Boundary Road  to Byrne 38,609.08 49,547.19
Surveys generally - Bill   7 - Project L-0558 -
Highway 10, Queensborough (see also
Delta) 5,923.23
Marine Way,  Section 2  (see also Delta) 7,126.94
Westminster Highway  (see also Delta) 4,347.96 17,398.13
Legal surveys -  Project L-0099 - Highway 99,
north approach Pattullo Bridge 2,209.50
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Sundry
expenses 3,510.41
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
Sundry expenses 18,480.62
Construction -
Roads - Bill  7 - Project C-0598 - Fraser
River Crossing,  supply and stockpiling
of dredged material from the Fraser
River  (see also Delta) 196,155.27
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-0279 -
Lighting revision,  Route 1A/99A Pattullo
■Bridge  (see also Surrey) 38,410.33
Geotechnical and materials -  Project G-0038 -
Annacis Crossing,  geotechnical  investigations (see also Delta and Richmond) 77,853.3 6
Geotechnical and materials - Bill   7 -
Project G-0038 - Annacis Crossing,  geotechnical investigations (see also
Delta and Richmond) 73,241.14
Planning - Project 0-1188 - Fraser River
Crossing Project Study  (see also Delta
and Richmond) 44,601.62
Planning - Bill  7 - Project 0-1188 -
Fraser River Crossing Project Study
(see also Delta and Richmond) 2 67,816.66
[Total, New Westminster District 853,179.49
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NORTH ISLAND DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project  C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 910.40
Project C-0155 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Hyde Creek,  Nimpkish Heights,   regravel    54,511.92
Miscellaneous 82,280.54 136,792.46
Project C-019 6 - Highway  19 at Ocean
Grove,  widen and  re-align 246,116.54
Project C-0199 - Sointula  Streets,
Malcolm Island,  pre-mix pave 48,876.75 432,696.15
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0196- Highway 19 at Ocean
Grove,  widen and  re-align 247,626.16
Project C-0546 - Beasley and Gorge
Harbour Roads,  pave 57,314.78
Project  C-0549 - Western Mines Road,
log  crib construction 22,077.78
Project  C-0602 - Dogwood Street, District
of  Campbell River,   pave 22,214.44
Project  C-0622 - Arterial  Highway  507R,
Campbell Way,  Port McNeill,  widen
shoulders 30,122.81
Project N-0398 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81 22,133.79 401,489.76
Day Labour - Bill   5 - Bridges -
Project B-0335 - Lamonte Bridge  1188 31,023.14
Maintenance of  roads 2,004,340.08
Snow removal 356,647.09
Maintenance of  bridges 138,617.46;
Maintenance and operation of ferries -
Alert Bay Ferry 1,413,257.95
Cortes Island Ferry 809,103.55
Quadra  Island   Ferry 2,273,608.81 4,495,970.31
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Coal Harbour access-off  Highway  19
near Port  Hardy Lamonte Bridge
site  plan 3,611.77
Highway 28,  Buttle Lake site plan at
Buttle Narrows 2,597.47
Highway 19 (Port  Hardy-Port McNeill)
Cluxewe  Bridge  site plan 492.44
Island Highway north of  Campbell River 100,492.63
Minor  road surveys 2 6,166.9 6
Mud Bay-Menzies Bay 118,521.70
Port  Hardy curb and gutter 329.58
Sachts Bridge-Sayward,  Courtenay 4,830.53
Willow Point-Campbell River 49,156.67 306,199.75
Legal  surveys - Project L-0099 -
Island Highway   through N.E.1/4  Sec.34
Tp4  Comox District 4,431.20
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NORTH  ISLAND - continued
193
I  Legal surveys - Project  L-0099 - continued
Plan of  Statutory Right-of-way for
Highway  through Lot  3 Plan 29131
and Lots A & B Plan 28075 of D.L.
178 Comox District,   Island Highway
Sutil Point  Road  through  remainder of
N.E.1/4 Section  3,   Sayward District,
Cortes  Island
Whaletown Road  through Plans 1593-R
and  867-R Section 35,   Sayward District,   Cortes  Island
Rights-of-way - Project  P-0113 -
Hyde Creek Road
Island Highway  19
Sayward Road to Keta Summit
Shears Road 1100
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
Alert Bay Ferry Terminal
Carlson-Hyacinth Bay Road
Hawkins Road 208
Hyde Creek Road
Island Highway  19
island Highway-Bear Cove Access
Island Highway  19,   Port  Hardy Airport
to ferry approach
Red Granite Road   743
Saratoga Road   680
Sutil  Point  Road 33
1
00
2
,052
02
2
864
1
00
60
000
00
11
533
82
200
00
1
00
24
767
00
5
610
00
33
500
00
898.
00
1.
595.
00
3,
485.
00
Roads -
Project C-2584 - Eve  River-Tsitika
River,  Vancouver Island Highway
Project C-2585 - Tsitika River-Woss
Camp,   Vancouver Island  Highway
Project C-3537 - Highway 19,   road access
to new Bear Cove Ferry Terminal,
clearing and grubbing  (3.341  km)
Project C-3718 -  Island  Highway,   Port
Hardy Airport   to Port  HarJy (5.76 miles)
Project C-4550 - Nimpkish-Zeballos-Fair
Harbour-Gold River Road,  (Ministry  of
Forests charges)
Project  C-4551 - Head  Bay Forest Road
(Ministry of Forests charges)
Roads  - Bill  5 -
Project C-4550 - Nimpkish-Zeballos-Fair
Harbour-Gold  River Road  (Ministry of
Forests Charges)
Project C-4551  - Head Bay  Forest  Road
(Ministry of  Forests Charges)
Signals,   lighting ecc.  -  Project E-0605 -
Lighting installations,  Route  19 at
various intersections,   Port Hardy
24,963.12
710,92 7.98
39,391.26
192,821.59
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
NORTH  ISLAND I continued
* i
Construction - continued
Bridges -
Project  B-12 67 - Upper Glenlion River
Bridge  2612,   Island Highway 9,459.74
Project B-12 76 - Lower Quatse River
Bridge 2 613,   Island Highway Quatesi
Creek Bridge 2704,  Bear Cove Access
Road 178,575.06
Project B-1329 - Port Alice Bridge 2,
7662  Port Alice Road 228,520.03
Project  B-1385 - Repairs and modifications
to steelwork, Nimpklsh River Bridge
2162,  Kitimat River Bridge  1480 and
Hirsch Creek Bridge  14 78  (see also
Skeena) 24,965.33
Ferries -
Project H-0255 - Quadra Queen,  Quadra
Island  Ferry,   re-engining & generators 387,212.00
Project H-1376 - Quadra  Island Ferry,
new  70 car ferry 70,704.02
Ferry Landings -
Project B-0559 - Quathiaski Cove Ferry
Terminal,   replace  starboard dolphin 76,995.13
Project  B-1384 - Quathiaski Cove Ferry
Terminal  (Quadra  Island),   tie-up berth 230,357.37
Project  B-1391 - Campbell River Ferry
Terminal,   2nd  berth 34,379.71
Surfacing - Bill  5 - Project  S-0641 -
Port Alice  to junction of   Island
Highway 19
North Island District 10,945,538.15
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NORTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT
195
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0143 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Miscellaneous improvements in  the Fort
St.  John Highway District
Area A,  miscellaneous improvements
Road 192 Area B,   miscellaneous
improvement s
Project C-0165 - Miscellaneous feeder
roads in the Fort St.  John Highway
District,  prepare  for paving
Project C-0166 - School bus and farm
roads  in the Fort St.  John Highway
District,   reconstruction
Project C-0167 - Farm access road
assistance  in  the Fort St.   John
Highway District
Project C-0I68  - Miscellaneous  roads In
the Fort St.  John Highway District,
road stabilization
Project C-4191 - Miscellaneous roads  in
the Fort  St.  John area,  gravelling
Project V-0425 - Secondary Highway 252B,
Beryl Prairie Road  (Brenot  Creek),
District  of Hudson's Hope
Project V-0791  - Secondary Highway 252B,
Beryl Prairie Street,  District of
Hudson's Hope
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0165 - Miscellaneous  feeder
roads in  the Fort St.  John Highway
District,   prepare for paving
Project C-0166 - School bus and  farm
roads in the Fort St.  John Highway
District,   reconstruction
Project C—0167 - Farm access  road
assistance  in  the Fort St.  John
Highway District
Project C-0168 — Miscellaneous roads in
the Port St. John Highway District,
road stabilization
Project C-0449 - Highway 9 7,  Alaska
Highway,   prepare for paving
Project C-0450 - Miscellaneous  roads  in
the Fort Kelson area,  reconstruction
Project C—0451 — Student  summer employment  program in  the Fort St.  John
Hignway District
Project C-0452  - Miscellaneous highways
in the Fort  St.  John Highway District,
right-of-way clearing
Project  C-0522 - Miscellaneous  roads
in  the Fort  St.  John Highway District,
rip-rap and erosion control
Project C-0563 - Lowering of drainage
ditch,  Alaska Highway,  Fort St.  John
Project C-0662  - Road  113-Cecil  Lake
Road,   Beatton Hill,   slide  repair
Project C-4191 - Miscellaneous  roads in
the Fort  St.  John area,  gravelling
Project N-0432 - Guardrail installation
program 80/81
Project W-0359 -  Fencing Schedule 2  Highways
1
2 73,868.00
55,173.00
57,000.00
100,000.00
891,206.63
205,014.58
444,992.95
50,580.50
4 7,83 6.69
295,634.96
69,288.06
39,84 6.89
49,164.62
62,303.00
165,750.42
60,300.00
677,33 6.63
4 6,156.56
37,991.02 2,252,196.(
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TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
NORTH PEACE  RIVER DISTRICT
Day Labour  - Bill  5 - Bridges  -
Project  B-0322 - Crystal Springs Br
7191
Project  B-0523 - Rosefleld  Bridge,
reconstruction
Ma in ten.
of  roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of  bridges
Maintenance and operation  of  ferries -
Fort  Nelson Hoverlift
Surveys generally  - Project L-0101 -
Buick Creek north Fort St.John
Fort Nelson-Fort  Simpson Highway  from
Alaska Highway  to North West Territory
Boundary  (part  of Northern Package)
Fort  St.John,  Alaska Highway 88th
Street  to McKenzie Avenue,   North
Peace  River
Highway 29  Hudson's Hope Highway  from
Hudson's Hope-Bear Flat
Minor  road  surveys
Site plan and approaches,  Cypress Creek
Legal surveys -  Project L-0099 -
Alaska Highway Mile 83  to Mile  92
section,   Peace River District
Alaska Highway Mile 274  to 278.2,
Peace  River District
Alaska Highway Mile 2 78.2  to Mile 283
Alaska  Highway Mile 283  to Mile 293
Beatton River Road  151 adjacent   to
D.L.981  Peace  River District
Reference Plan of  Parts of NW  1/4 Sec.
31 Tp83 RIB and NE 1/4 Sec .36 Tp83
R19 W6M 100th Street widening
Peace River District
Rights-of-way
Road  113
Road  117
Road  171
Proje.
P-0113
Rights-of-way  Bill   5 - Project P-0113 -
Alaska Highway Mile  301-321
Farrell Creek Community  Parish Road  115
Fort  St.John curb and gutter
Relocation of  Alaska Highway
Road  117
Road   141
Road   171
Road  193
Road 249
Road 252
Road 2 52A
Road 25 7
Road 2 67
Road 284
101,468.72
31,752.38
4 03.00
81,158.87
861.2 0
4, 650.69
9,138.65
9,555.40
1,100
00
20,880
00
898
00
19,955
.50
6,768
52
3
00
1,545
74
4,231
00
215
05
364
00
32 5
00
911
34
963
00
1,928
00
357
75
60
00
892
08
133,221.10
3,370,673.92
1,166,081.00
22 7,314.49
362,883.76
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NORTH PEACE RIVER DISTRICT - continued
* S t
Construction -
Roads - Project C-4484  - Liard Highway     f -
construction north of   Fort  Nelson
River  (miles 25-45) 187,803.57
Roads - Bill  5 - Project C-4484  -  Liard
Highway,   construction north of  Fort
Nelson River  (miles 25-4 5) 5,029,243.04
Signals,  lighting etc.  -
Project E-0106 - Lighting  installation
Alaska Highway at  Taylor 3 6,424.28
Project E-0554 - Traffic  signal  installation,   100th Avenue at  106th Street,
Fort St.John 10,336. 76
Project E-0572 - Lighting  Installation,
Route  97 at Road Jo. 12 0,   Charlie  Lake
School crossing,  Charlie Lake 7,206.00
Project E-7943 - Signal and  lighting
Installation Centre  (100th)  Avenue
at  96th Street,   Fort  St.John 10, 741.00 64,708.04
Bridges - Bill  5 - Project  B-0286 -  Petitot
River  Bridge 2 616,   Fort Nelson-Fort
Simpson Highway 2,947,092.92
Ferries - Project H-1100 - Fort Nelson
River crossing,  Hover Ferry 496 031.11
Surfacing -
Project S-0084 - Miscellaneous  surface  seal
Road graded seal,  Pine Tree Lake-Deep
Creek 851,394.11
Road graded seal,   Stikine River,
Tanailia River 913.00 852,307.11
Project  S-4401  - Miscellaneous  roads.
Fort  St.John (77.8  km) 2,445,866.77
Project  S-6575 -  Fort  St.John,  storm
sewer,   curb and gutter and paving 6,065.90 3,304,239.78
Total,   North Peace River District 20,679,677.18
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NORTH VANCOUVER-CAPILANO DISTRICT
i t i
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0117 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 31,469.65
Project C-0122 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 64,008.91 95,478.56
Maintenance of  roads 213,673.74
Snow removal 26,040.45
Maintenance of bridges 57,042.13
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 - Upper
levels control  line 109,372.83
Project  B-1172 - Lion's Gate Bridge,
major  repairs  to North Cable bent 73,414.71
Project B-12 68 -  Jones Avenue Pedestrian
Overpass 1602 Trans Canada Highway 43,977.31
Total,   North Vancouver-Capilano Dl
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
NORTH VANCOUVER-SEYMOUR DISTRICT
ettennents 80/81,
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0117 - Minor
miscellaneous
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Mapping  and design study,  North Shore
transportation study,  Mountain
Highway  Interchange and Keith
Road  to Mt.   Seymour Connection
Minor road surveys
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 - Main
Street,  Mountain Highway  to Highway 1
Rights-of-way - Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
Fern Street-Seymour River Project
Main Street-Mountain Highway to Highway 1
Construction -
Roadside development - Project D-4301 -
Trans  Canada Highway 1,   Upper Levels,
Capilano River  to Mountain Highway,
Landscape development
Surfacing - Project  S-1118 - Fern Street
to Second Narrows Trans Canada Highway 1
and Main Street,   Mountain Highway  to
Highway 1
Total,   North Vancouver-Seymour District
65,110.59
8,920.07
139,249.17
2,959.00
20, 766.78
426,307.09
51,733.69
25,036.49
142,208.17
1,306,127.41
OAK BAY-GORDON HEAD DISTRICT
Maintenance of roads
Total, Oak Bay-Gordon Head District
2,044.99
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
OKANAGAN NORTH DISTRICT
Day  Labour — Roads
Project C-0020
reconstruct
Project C-0125
Area A,  grav>
Miscellaneou
Project C-0130
Project C-0134
miscellaneou
Project C-0267
Highway   6,  Monashee,
or Betterments  80/81
ious  roads
Minor Betterments 80/81
Minor Betterments 80/81,
73,788.34
123,926.55
Jighway   6,   Vernon-Slocan,
District  boundary 40.33 km to bottom of
Mine Hill   65.33 km,   construction,
prepare for paving,  gravel
Project C-2660 - Westside Road  (Kelowna),
reconstruct
Project C-2658 - Westside Road,   reconst
ruction,   paving  preparation,  gravel
Project D-42 69 - Rest  area upgrading
(Last Spike,   Lost  Lake,  Red Hill,
Carqullle,  Mara Lake and Nicola Lake)
Project V-0674 - Secondary  Highway 2 79B,
Shuswap Avenue,  Village of  Lumby
ay Labour -  Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-0020 -  Highway  6,  Monashee,
reconstruct
Project C-0267 - Highway   6,  Vernon-Slocan,
District  boundary 40.33 km to bottom of
Mine Hi .33 km,   construction,
prepare for paving,  gravel
Project C-0462 - Miscellaneous  roads  in
the  Vernon area,   paving approx.10 km,
gravel  and  paving
Project C-04 63 -  Crozler Junction to
Pleasant Valley,   construction,  Okanagan
Highway 97A,   reconstruction,   prepare
for  paving
Project C-0464 -  Genier Bridge approaches,
Vernon-Slocan Highway  6,   prepare site
for bailey  bridge
Project C-0466 -  Lumby-Mabel Lake Road,
gravel and  pave
Project C-0467 - Silver Star Road   66,
gravel,   realign and pave
Project  C-0469 - Okanagan Landing Road
2 65,  widening
Project  C-0470 - Highway  97,  Oyama,
construct  left  turn slot
Project C-0507 - Fauquier  Streets,   repairing
Project C-2658 - Westside  Road  138,
reconstruction and general  improvements
Project  N-03 75 - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81
Project N-0384  - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81
Project W-034 6 - Fencing Schedule 2  Highways
- Labour  - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project  B-0304 - Genier Bridge  6495,
Highway   6,   Vernon-Slocan,   purchase
of materials  for construction
Project B-0305 - Railway Bridge 448
Project  B-0318 -  Pre-emption Bridge 851
19 7,714.89
33,593.63
287,498.60
106,03 5.90
161,842.51
10,000.00
12,837.62
177,879.16
113,024.46
4,966.69
8 6,248.42
182,828.80
111,008.75
61,543.62
20,000.00
132,678.98
21,757.65
16,453.57
17,288.74
1,064,074.23
1,192,282.56
63,091.77
99,853.62
111,600.00 274,545.39
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OKANAGAN NORTH - continued
* s i
Maintenance of  roads 2  497  726.15
Snow removal 829,452.68
Maintenance of bridges 115  963.80
Maintenance and operation of  ferries  -
M.V.  Needles,  NeedIes-Fauquier Ferry 917,319.50
Arrow Park Ferry, Arrow Park 121,550.44 1,038,869.94
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Highway 6,  Vernon-Slocan Highway 32,626.94
Highway  6  in Vernon 27th Street  to
32nd Avenue 10,756.93
Highway 97  from 43rd Avenue,  Vernon
to 48th Avenue,  Vernon 1,245.40
Intersection of 32nd and 48th at
Vernon  to Swan Lake 9,495.70
Lumby-E.  Boundary  Lot  2151  (Region
Boundary) 3,435.45
Minor road surveys 1,204.26
Okanagan Highway from Oyama  to Vernon 217,021.61
Okanagan Highway 97  (Vaseaux Lake) 124,397.11
Okanagan Highway from Vernon to
Highway 97A Junction 8,212.61
Okanagan Landing from East  Side Road
to Bench Road 13,272.20
Survey from Highway 97 at  Army Camp
Junction of  27th  Street and
Highway 6,   1.30 miles-2.1 km 7,171.25
Vernon-Slocan Highway from Vernon to
Lavington 3,856.42
Vernon,  west  entrance  to Lumby 52,740.99 485,436.87
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Carrs Landing Road through part of
section 17, Tpl4, Osoyoos Division,
Yale District 590.16
31 Creighton Valley Road Highway 6 to
E.Bdy. of S.W.1/4 Sec.20 Tp4l Osoyoos
Division Yale District Ellison
Overhead 3,962.77
222 Wilson Jackson Road through Part
NE1/4 Sec.19 and Sec.30, Tp5, Osoyoos
Division Yale District 1,301.98
Okanagan Highway Right-of-way through
fractional East 1/2 Section 16
Township 9 Osoyoos Division
Yale District Vernon South 2,300.00
Plan of Subdivision of part of Sl/2 of
SE1/4 Sec.33 Township 43 Osoyoos
Division Yale District Sigalet
Gravel Pit District Plan 78/1185A 977.50
Stat. R/W of Vernon-Slocan Highway 6
Lumby to E. Bdy. D.L.17 Osoyoos
Division Yale District 3,857.17
Woodsdale, through part of Sec.22 Tp20
and D.L.169 Osoyoos Division Yale
District 1,510.61      14,500.19
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Dority Road 65 1,306.00
Highway 97, Oyama 190,708.70
Vernon-Slocan Highway 6 6,720.00     198,734.70
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 19
OKANAGAN NORTH - continued
Rights-of-way  - Bill   5 - Project P-0113 -
Arrow Park Ferry Landing
Baker-Hogg  Road  14 2
Calder Road  50
Commonage Road 30
Creighton Valley Road 31
Enderby  Indian Reserve 2  re:     Spallumcheen Band
Goose Lake Road 48
Gravel Pits
Highway   6-Lumby Vernon Street
Highway 9 7-Oyama
MacDonald Road  120
Okanagan Highway 9 7:    Vernon-Swan Lake
Oyama Road
Siwash Creek Road  123
Vernon-Slocan Highway   6
Westside Road,  Caesar's Landing  to Nahun
Whitevale Road  139
Construction -
Roads -
Project C-3188 - Okanagan Highway  97,
Reld's  Corner  to Ellison Lake
(4.14 miles)   and   7 miles N.  Kelowna
Project C-3422 - Okanagan Highway 97  reconstruction Vernon to Swan Lake Junction
Highway  safety - Project C-0204 -
Construct and pave sidewalk, Canyon
Road  to Drill Hall,   Enderby
Gravel bus-pullouts,  Lumby
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-7762 -
Lighting Installations,  Route 9 7,   Stickle
Road  to Route 9 7A (Swan Lake Junction)
Bridges - Bill  5 - Project B-0039 -
Kettle River Bridge   6503,   Monashee
Highway  6
Surfacing -
Project  S-0084 - Miscellaneous  surface seal
Vernon-Deep Creek Road (13.6 km)
km 17.9 toward Duchet
Project S-2301 - Monashee Highway  6,
Inonoaklin Crossing to base of Mine
Hill  (31.8 km)
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-2301 -
Monashee Highway 6 Inonoaklin Crossing
to  the base of  Mine Hill  (31.8 km)
Total, Okanagan North District
1.00
31,413.00
899.80
3,400.12
6,607.50
1,200.00
1,680.00
15,000.00
159,118.30
95,996.38
2,92 5.00
1,500.00
4,585.00
3,290.00
13,620.00
80,465.00
3,799.10
244.80
2,651,142.27
4,000.00
977.70
1,198,735.62
12,986,998.56
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
OKANAGAN SOUTH DISTRICT
203
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-0130 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-2660 - Westside road  (Kelowna),-
reconstruct
Project C-3805 - Miscellaneous roads
Kelowna City,   reconstruct and paving
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads  -
Project C-3805 - Miscellaneous roads
Kelowna City,   reconstruct and paving
Project C-4163 - Kelowna and Winfield
miscellaneous  roads,  gravelling,
ditching,   shouldering and  re paving
Project W-034 7 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
Maintenance of roads
Snow removal
14 6,229.16
18,712.22
84,583.83
249,525.21
1,231,117.95
ntenance of br
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Greater Kelowna  Road Grid system
Harvey Avenue  (Kelowna)
Highway 33 from Highway 9 7 to McKenzie
Road
Highway 33 Rutland  from Highway  9 7 to
McKenzie Road
Kelowna Couplet
Minor  road surveys
Westbank-Kelowna impact study
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Drainage Easement over part of Lot 2
Plan  103 60 Sec.15 Township 20 Osoyoos
Division Yale District Drawing 29-
256-EA-R
Glenmore Street Extension S. Bdy.  NWl/4
Sec. 6 Tp2 6 Casorso Road
Okanagan Highway and Burtch Road R/W
in part of Lot 43  Plan 415 D.L.137
Osoyoos Division Yale District
Okanagan Highway Right-of-way Peachland
LTO Plan H750
Plxton,   through NWl/4 Sec.21 Tp20
Osoyoos Division Yale District
Plan of Highway Right-of-way through
Canadian National Railways Right-of-
way Plan A 357 D.L.1190 Osoyoos
Division Yale District Ellison Overhe,
Road Right-of-way within Lot  60 Plan
808 D.L.7 Osoyoos Division Yale
District,  District Drawing 29-
308,  Sawmill road
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Camp Road
Glenmore  Street extension
Glenmore Street upgrading
Highway 97,  South of Reid's Corner
Kelowna-Westbank
Lake Pine Road cul-de-sac
Lewis Road
12,666.86
39,515.93
9,089.77
5 6, 764. 65
535.70
4 6,99 7.44
1,553.90
180.00
6,100.53
1,088.50
500.50
67.70
10,000.00
3 7,400.00
181,958.35
6, 660.00
73,308.67
1,179.36
5,870.00
 TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT. 1980/81
OKANAGAN  SOUTH DISTRICT ■
Rights-of-way  - Bill  5 - Project P-0113  -
Belgo Road
Glenmore Street extension
Glenmore  Street upgrading
Harvey Avenue widening
Highway 9 7 at Westbank couplet
Highway 97-Winfield
Kelowna-Wes tbank
Lake Pine  Road  cul-de-sac
Okanagan Highway 9 7 Spall Road
250 Pasthill  Lake Road
Sawmill Road Improvements
Sexsmith Road
Stevens Road
Tyndall Road   633
Westside Road
Woodsdale  Road
Woods Lake Bottom Road
Construction -
Roads -  Project C-4485 - Okanagan
Highway 9 7,  Westbank-Kelowna,  construction section 2
Signals,   lighting etc.
Project  E-0104 - Signal and  lighting
replacement Route 97 (Harvey Ave.) at
Glenmore  Street,  Kelowna
Project E-0420 -  Signal and  lighting
installation,   Route 97 Bartley Road  to
Hudson Road/Westlake Road,  Kelowna/
Westbank
Project E-7924  -  Intersection lighting
Route  97,  Cary Road  to Stafford  Road,
Kelowna
Project E-7963 - Signal and  lighting
installation Route 33 at  Gertsmar Road,
Kelowna
Project E-7973 - Signal  and  lighting
installation Route 97 at Glenrosa,
Westbank
Project E-7974 - Signal revision Route
33 at  Hollywood,   Kelowna
Bridges -
Project B-0688 - Okanagan Lake Bridge,
proposed  4  laning
Project Bt1162 - Ellison Overhead widening  1514,   Okanagan Highway
Project B-12 75 - Okanagan Lake Bridge,
Installation of anchor cable jacks
Surfacing -
Project S-2918  - Highway 33 and Big
White  Road  (22.45 km)   (see also
3oundary-Slmilkameen)
Project S-2928 -  Highway 9 7,   Kelowna,
Princess Street  to South of Sexsmith
Road  (8.38  km)
Project  S-2938 -  Glenmore Street  upgrading,
City  of  Kelowna  (1.1 km)
409
.882.0C
135
656. 78
1,002
211.13
324
4 00.00
8
698.70
908
862.85
2
500.00
2.00
,105.i
,22 6.1
660J
,078.'
Total, Okana,
an South Di
2,956,465.26
8,483.00
44,595.85
4,754.65
2,161.30
1,418.70
309.40 61,722.90
254,179.60
983.86
32,420.30 287,583.76
4,187.21
844.50
1,050,032.20 1,055,063.91
10,355,088.74
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
OMINECA DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads - ■■»'***•
Project C-0144 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous 258,088.52
Project C-0150 - Minor Betterments 80/81 34,226.75
Project C-0151 - Minor Betterments 80/81 213,215.88
Project C-0169 - Highways  16 and 2 7,
shoulder widening and  stabilization 2 7,299.49
Project C-0170 - Student  summer employment
program 8,721.00
Project C-0182 - Keefe's Landing Road,
prepare 20.0 km for  pavement 416,215.98
Project C-0276 - Access  road construction
to Moose  Crossing  Pit 89,366.62
Project C-3039 - Tachie Road,   reconstruction 50,000.00
Project C-3332  - Stella Road  (east end),
reconstruction 48,290.63
Project C-449 6 - Kenny Dam Road,
improvements 49,2 66.3 6
Project D-0570 - Cluculz Creek  rest area,
Highway 16,   34 km east of Vanderhoof,
portable washroom building 14,215.00 1,208,906.23
Day Labour - Bill   5 - Roads -
Project C-0169 - Highway 16 and 2 7,
shoulder widening and stabilization 46,486.00
Project C-0170- Student summer employment
program 31,641.75
Project  C-0182 - Keefe's Landing Road,
prepare 20.0 km for pavement 384,960.55
Project C-0453 - Vanderhoof Arterial,
construct wheel chair ramps 451.50
Project C-0455 - Miscellaneous  farm  roads,
improve alignment,  ditch and  gravel 98,13 6.41
Project C-0553 - New Nechako Bridge,
construct approaches 78 7,041.69
Project  C-0591 - Lakeshore Drive,   Fort
St.  James,   paving 11,768.96
Project C-3039 - Tachie Road,   reconstruction 121,718.91
Project C-4343 - Highway  16,  construction
of  turn slots,  Tweedie Avenue,   Houston 64,952.96
Project C-449 6-  Kenny Dam Road,
improvements 487,431.54
Project C-4497 - Germansen Landing  Road,
gravelling 37,252.98
Project N-0393 - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81 34,608.55
Project N-0433 - Guardrail  installation
program 80/81 32,981.18
Project  W-0360 - Fencing Schedule 2  Highways 17,536.51
Project W-0363 -  Fencing  Schedule 2  Highways 9,139.81
Project W-0364 - Fencing Schedule 2  Highways 44,583.65 2,210,692.95
Day Labour -  Bill   5 - Bridges -
Project 3-0610 - Nechako River Bridge,
Vanderhoof,   repairs 119,968.86
Maintenance of  roads 4,471,391.70
Snow removal 1,784,2 68.05
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OMINECA DISTRICT ■
' continued
Maintenance of bridges
Maintenance and operation of ferries -
Omineca Princess
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Burns Lake Bypass, Yellowhead Highway 16
Houston-Highway 16
Vanderhoof-Stuart Lake (27), Nechako
River Bridge approaches
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Babine Lake Road 200 S. Bdy. D.L.5342
to N.Bdy. Blk A D.L.2511 R5, Coast
District
Derksen and McDonald Road through parts
of Sections 22,27 and 35 Tp2 R4,
Coast District
Tachlck Road from Highway 16 to N.Bdy.
NWl/4 Sec.31 Tp3 R4, Coast District
Rights-of-way - Project P-0113 -
Amendt Road 68 and Hamre Road 52
Bedore Road 6
9 Brown Road
43 Francois Lake Road East
59 Keefe's Landing Road
Kenny Dam Road
Nechako River Crossing, West of
Vanderhoof
Sturgeon Point Road-Smedley, McLelland,
Gilbert, Grundpark and Maunders Roads
Uncha Lake Road 122
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Beach Road 114
9 Brown Road
Chilco South and North, Kiel and
Sturgeon Point Road
Colleymount Road 21
Farewell Road 148
271 Ford Road
43 Francois Lake Road East
Hogsback, Stoller and Burger Roads
150 Hossack Road and 321 Tamen Creek Road
Mapes Road 116
Nechako River Crossing, west of
Vanderhoof
Northern Trans Provincial Highway 16
Houston Overhead Bridge approaches
Osatuik Road 178
19 Rose Lake Cut-off Road
Sob Lake Road 102
Sturgeon Point Road-Smedley, McLelland,
Gilbert, Grundpark and Maunders Roads
Summit Lake Road 83
Sunset Lake Road 152
205 Trout Creek Road
Yellowhead Highway 16
3,366.81
3,188.51
8,733.50
5,434.40
1.00
1.00
4,890.00
720.00
200.00
2,756.40
47,744.50
357.50
 350.00
200.00
6,650.00
6,682.63
16,851.25
255.00
1.00
7,560.00
200.00
25.00
541.15
16,875.94
7,710.00
500.00
750.00
5,582.52
9,594.12
5,176.00
2,452.00
1,430.00
370.00
 If-
ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
OMINECA DISTRICT - continued
* * *
Construction -
Highway Safety - Project C-0204 - Upgrade
walkways and construct snow roofs,
Houston Overhead Bridge 6 974.00
Signals, lighting etc. - Project E-7928 -
Lighting Installations Route 16 at
Fraser Lake intersections, Fraser Lake 10 355.00
Bridges - Project B-1257 - Substructure:
Endako Overhead 2181:  Endako River
Bridge 2520:  Yellowhead Highway 495 183.10
Ferries - Project H-1264 - Refit Trim
Dock facility and convert to a complete
floating drydock at Francois Lake 939 948.07
Surfacing —
Project S—0084 - Miscellaneous surface seal
Crushed aggregate in stockpile, Vanderhoof District, Stellako Pit 4588   67,521.61
Road graded seal Endako "W" boundary,
Vanderhoof 225,847.82     293,369.43
Project S-5501 — Francois Lake miscellaneous roads (Total 38.6 km) 1,763,477.06
Project S-5518 - Village of Burns Lake,
storm sewer curb and gutter and
paving (1.5 miles) 387,207.69   2,444,054.18
Surfacing - Bill 5 - Project S-0414 -
Miscellaneous roads, Fraser Lake area 1,070,164.57
Total, Omineca District 16,656,710.81
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PRINCE GEORGE NORTH DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project  C-0140 - Minor Bet
miscellaneous
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Roads -
Project C-043 7 - Student  summer employment
program In the Prince George Highway
District
Project  C-0520 - John Hart Highway 97
north,   patch  paving
Project C-3636 - Old Summit Lake South
Road,  upgrade
Project C-4181 - Miscellaneous school
bus  routes  in  the Prince George Highway
District,  ditching and gravelling
Project W-0356 - Fencing Schedule  2  Highways
Day Labour - Bill  5 - Bridges -
Project  B-0323 - Hungary Creek Bridge 8045
Maintenance of  roads
Snow removal
Maintenance of  bridges
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Chief Lake Road to Parsnip River
Hart Highway  from Prince George  to
Chief Lake Road Junction
John Hart  from Parsnip River   to Pine
Pass
Mackenzie Townslte North
Minor  road  surveys  (see also Prince
George South)
Legal  surveys - Project L-0099 - Highway
right-of-way  through D.L.1574 Cariboo
Rights-of-way - Project  P-0113  -
Hart  Highway Foothills Road  to Chief
Lake Road
Hart Highway 9 7,  Nechako River  to
Knall Road
Ness Lake  Road 2 50
Reid  Lake  Road 240
Rights-of  way -  Bill  5 - Project P-0113 -
Hart Highway 9 7 Knell Road  to Chief
Lake  Road
Hart  Highway 97,   Nechako  River to Knell
Road
John Hart Highway 9 7 connection between
Austin Road west and Frontage Road
Ness Lake  Road 250
Old Summit  Lake North Road  2 72
Reid  Lake Road 24 0
35,000.00
152,055.45
66,88 6.62
15,489.07
19,528.69
84,29 6.33
41,603.20
42,806.86
3,706.23
48,578.06
400.00
8,000.00
31,500.00
113,895.55
3.00
10,850.00
4,881.60
7,593.23
288,959.83
34,950.48
1,516,317.83
796,789.40
8 7,100.68
 ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
PRINCE GEORGE NORTH DISTRICT - continued
Roads -
Project C-2842 - John Hart-Peace River
Highway 9 7,   Honeymoon Creek to
D.L.8917 reconstruction
Project C-3070 -  John Hart Highway 9 7,
Parsnip River Bridge to McLeod Lake
Hotel
Project C-3143 - Reconstruction from
McLeod Lake Hotel to Crooked River Cabins
(10.42 miles) on the John Hart Highway
9 7 and additional paving of 2.4 6 miles:
Total  12.88 miles
Roads - Bill  5 -
Project C-0102 - Highway 9 7,  John Hart
Highway,  construction Summit Lake
Bypass,  km 47.33  to km 59.14
Project C-2792  - Reconstruction Nechako
River  Bridge  to Chief Lake  Road (6.41
miles)  on  the Hart Highway 9 7
,241,390. 64
1,900,008.49
2,417,830.31
Signals,   lighting etc. -
Project E-0110 - Signal and  lighting
installation,  Route 16 at Domano
Boulevard,  Prince George
Project  E-0424 — Advance warning sign
installation,  Route 97 at B.C.  Rail
Salmon Valley Crossing,   Salmon
Valley
Municipal programmes  - Project  0-3196 -
Roadworks associated with  boundary
expansion by  the City of  Prince
George (see also Prince George South)
Bridges - Project  B-1331 -  Parsnip  River
Bridge  1185,   John Hart-Peace River  Highway,
guardrail removal
907,500.00
roads west of  Fras
area (29.3 km)
scellaneous
rince George
1,755,000.65
Total,  Prince George North Distr
11,928, 749.09
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PRINCE GEORGE SOUTH DISTRICT
Day Labour - Roads -
Project C-014 0 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-0141 - Minor Betterments 80/81,
miscellaneous
Project C-014 5 - Minor Betterments 80/81
Project C-0171 -  Tete Jaune Cache,  C.N.R.
underpass approaches
Project  C-4180 - Upper Fraser Road 458,
construct,   gravel and clear right-of-way
Project C-4181 - Miscellaneous school bus
routes  in  the Prince George Highway
District,   ditching and gravelling
Project D-0010 - Rest area upgrading,
general,   Region 4
Project D-4276 - Highway beautification,
Prince George area (Prince George
by-pass)
Day Labour - Bill 5 - Roads -
Project C-0171 - Tete Jaune Cache,   C.N.R.
underpass approaches
udent summer employment
rlnce George Highway
Student summer employment
Prince George Highway
Project C-0437 -
program In  tl
District
Project C-0443
program in tl
District
Project C-044 5 - Miscellaneous school bus
routes In the Quesnel Highway District,
reconstruct, reshape and regravel
Project C-0524 - Highway  16 at Tete Jaune
Cache,  machine patching
Project C-0525 - Highway 16 at McBride,
F.O.B.  Machine patching
Project C-052 6 - Section   6 roads  In  the
McBride Highway District,  survey and
draw plans
Project C-0527 - Student summer employment
program
Project C-3678 - Whiskey Fill Road   571,
road-mix pave
Project C-4180 - Upper Fraser Road 458,
construct,  gravel and clear  right-of-way
Project C-4181 - Miscellaneous school bus
routes in  the Prince George  Highway
District,  ditching and gravelling
Project C-423 7 - Eddie Road  522,   reconstruct
Project C-4239 - Miscellaneous roads  in
the McBride Highway District,
gravelling and clearing
Project N-0429 -  Guardrail  installation
program 80/81
Project W-0356 - Fencing Schedule 2 Highways
Project W-0357 -  Fencing Schedule 2  Highways
Project W-03 61  -  Fencing Schedule  2  Highways
182,311.31
20,541.35
181,714.85
40,681.10
2 63,599.24
180,791.34
59,693.21
6,538.00
55,286.83
71,575.12
49,120.82
19,307.70
17,066.06
66,973.76
1,050,922.00
302,18 6.03
68,159.92
43,394.38
90,664.67
19,529.00
7,352.00
12,949.89
2,04 7,907.61
Day Labour
Project
■ Bill  5
B-0324
- Bridges -
McLennan Bridge   6798
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Maintenance of roads
5,806,005.68
Snow removal
1,983,021.66
Maintenance of bridges
762,840.20
Maintenance and operation of  ferries -
Isle Pierre Ferry
31,4 77.77
Surveys generally - Project L-0101 -
Foothills Road Otway Road to Chief
Lake Road
67,941.81
Highway 16,   Prince George Airport Hill
57,738.7 7
Minor road surveys  (see also Prince
George North  )
393.20
Prince George  5th Avenue,   interchange
with Highway 9 7
71,930.15
198,003.93
Legal surveys - Project L-0099 -
Pine Road  510 through D.L.'s   7353 and
7354,  Cariboo District
3,311.05
Shelby Road  559  through D.L.'s 3544
and 354 7,   Cariboo District
1, 690.53
Yellowhead Highway  16,  Airport Hill
through D.L.'s 483,   955,   2156 and
629, Cariboo District
5,383.76
10,385.34
Rights-of-way  -  Project P-0113 -
Buckhorn Lake Road  123
2,630.00
Sundry expenses
171.29
2,801.29
Rights-of-way - Bill 5 - Project P-0113 -
Beaverley West Road 321
2,670.00
Bowron Road 148
2.00
Buckhorn Lake Road  123
782.00
Carlson Road 413
2,794.75
Channel Road  533
1,069.00
Dewey Road west 4 60
1,348.58
Fraser River Road 30
4.00
Highway  5 &  16-Yellowhead Hlghway-
Tete Jaune
150,000.00
Johnson Road  131
2,619.00
Lund Road  142
558.00
Miworth  Road 385
435.90
Mountain View Road 43 7
2.00
Patricia Boulevard
2 62,300.00
Patterson Road
1.00
Queensway Street
89,496.00
Sundry expenses
1,89 6.78
Tabor Lake East Road 4040
1.00
Tabor Lake  South Road 483
753.00
Upper Fraser Road 4 58
456.00
Wright  Creek Road 265
302.00
Yellowhead Highway  16,  Prince George
to Tabor Lake
7,187.50
524,678.51
1    Construction —
Signals,   lighting etc. -
Project E-0593 -  Lighting and  flashing
beacon installation Route  5 and Route
16,   Tete Jaune  Cache and  Route  16,
McBride  South
21,703.00
Project E-0613  - Signal installation and
lighting revision Route 16 at Vance/
Cowart  Roads,  Prince George
2
21,964.51
43,667.51
 212
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS REPORT, 1980/81
PRINCE GEORGE SOUTH - continued
Construction - continued
Municipal programmes - Project 0-319 6-
Roadworks associated with boundary
expansion by the City of Prince
George (see also Prince George North)
Perr
Project