South Fraser Perimeter Road
Once complete, the South Fraser Perimeter Road will be a new 40-km, four-lane, 80 km/hr route along the south side of the Fraser River from Deltaport Way in southwest Delta to 176th St. (Highway 15) in Surrey, with connections to highways 1, 17, 91, 99 and TransLink’s Golden Ears Bridge connector road.
Opening Dec. 1 is the 10 km long eastern section of the SFPR, which runs from Highway 1 at 176th St. to 136th St. in Surrey.
On Dec. 1, the SFPR will officially be numbered Highway 17 and the existing Highway 17 from Tsawwassen ferry terminal to Highway 99 will be renumbered Highway 17A.
The SFPR has the largest environmental and agricultural mitigation and enhancement plan for a highway construction project of this size in B.C.
- For a detailed SFPR map, visit: maps.sfprconstruction.ca
- For more information about the SFPR and the Gateway Program, visit: th.gov.bc.ca/gateway/SFPR/sfpr.htm
- For information about SFPR construction updates, visit: sfprconstruction.ca
- For more information on the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, visit: asiapacificgateway.gc.ca
Office of the Honourable Ed Fast
Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway
Transport Canada, Ottawa
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Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
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