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September 9, 2013
Cariboo Connector project near Prince George completed
The first Phase 2 Cariboo Connector four-laning project on Highway 97 near Prince George, B.C. is now complete.
The Old Cariboo Highway-to-Sintich Road project included widening about 3.5 kilometres of Highway 97 to four lanes and improving the intersections at Holmes Road and Bowron Road.
The expansion has added capacity to the south end of Highway 97 heading into Prince George and ties into the existing five kilometres of four-laning from the Simon Fraser Bridge to Sintich Road.
The project, which cost $17 million, is part of the $200 million committed for Phase 2 of the program to add 30 kilometres of new four-lane sections to Highway 97. $240 million has already been invested in Phase 1 of the program.
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