TAYLOR, B.C. — B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation is internet hosting an open home at Peace Island Park on Saturday in regards to the Taylor bridge challenge.
The open home will probably be obtainable from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September third for residents desirous to view the data shows, ask questions, and full a web-based survey.
Final October, the ministry held digital public engagement conferences as a part of “part 1” of the challenge.
Section 2 consists of extra suggestions classes and the open home on Saturday.
Residents have till September thirtieth at 4 p.m. to finish the web survey or submit a written response through mail or e-mail.
The ministry has introduced 5 ideas on the bridge, the primary of which is sustaining the bridge because it has been.
Idea 2 would contain extensively renewing the prevailing two-lane bridge, together with a brand new deck floor, strengthening and repainting the construction. In line with the ministry, this might allow wider lanes.
Idea 3 would exchange the prevailing bridge with a brand new two-lane one that may reportedly embrace trails and Peace Island Park connections.
Idea 4 requires changing the prevailing bridge with a brand new four-lane one.
Lastly, idea 5 is renewing the prevailing bridge and including a brand new two-lane bridge. This idea combines ideas 2 and three.
For extra data, go to the ministry of transportation’s web page on the challenge or go to the open home occasion at Peace Island Park on September third.