Answering traffic concerns with smart, safe solutions
To address growing traffic congestion and safely concerns, British Columbia's Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MoTI) sought to replace the existing intersection at Highway 97 and Boucherie Road in West Kelowna with a grade separated interchange. We were there to help.
This project passes through Westbank First Nations and City of West Kelowna jurisdictions. Our team completed scope verification assessing its feasibility, cost and constructability and is now developing the preliminary and functional designs for an improved, alternative concept. The design includes upgrading approximately four kilometers of highway and two kilometers of connecting municipal roadways and frontage roads, the realignment of Boucherie Road, and enhanced accommodation for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit. The scope also includes geotechnical, environmental and noise investigation and assessment, bridge and retaining walls conceptual design, storm drainage design, utility relocation designs and roadway lighting design.
Our team’s alternate interchange configuration greatly improved constructability and traffic management during construction, reduced geotechnical risk, utility, and environmental impacts, and is now the configuration being carried to 100% preliminary and functional design.
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