196 Street Rail Overpass Plan

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A presentation by Township of Langley staff to Council regarding the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor planned for 196th Street.

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196 Street Rail Overpass Plan

  1. 1. Roberts Bank Rail CorridorRoberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC)(RBRC) 196 Street Overpass Project196 Street Overpass Project Presentation to Mayor and CouncilPresentation to Mayor and Council November 8, 2010November 8, 2010
  2. 2. OverviewOverview  Roberts Bank Rail CorridorRoberts Bank Rail Corridor  RBRC StudyRBRC Study  Combo OptionCombo Option  Master Transportation PlanMaster Transportation Plan  196 Street Overpass196 Street Overpass  Traffic DiversionTraffic Diversion  Agreement In PrincipleAgreement In Principle  RecommendationsRecommendations
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  4. 4. Increased Rail TrafficIncreased Rail Traffic Current Situation Projected 2012 with future Deltaport Third Berth Projected 2021 with future Detaport 2nd Terminal Coal and Container Cars 130,000 per day To increase to 170,000 per day Potentially double to 342,500 per day An increase of 32% An increase of 164%
  5. 5. Increased Vehicle TrafficIncreased Vehicle Traffic •Vehicle Traffic on Major Roads crossing the railwayVehicle Traffic on Major Roads crossing the railway •Range of 15 to 50% increase (2006 to 2021)Range of 15 to 50% increase (2006 to 2021) •Average increase of 29% in vehicle trafficAverage increase of 29% in vehicle traffic
  6. 6. RBRC Study: BackgroundRBRC Study: Background  Road/Rail InterfaceRoad/Rail Interface  ND Lea, 2007ND Lea, 2007  GoalGoal  ““improve road and rail transport infrastructure alongimprove road and rail transport infrastructure along the corridor and, by doing so, facilitate VPA growththe corridor and, by doing so, facilitate VPA growth and expansion plans at Roberts Bank”and expansion plans at Roberts Bank”  Existing ConditionsExisting Conditions  Future ConditionFuture Condition  Set of grade separation “option packages”Set of grade separation “option packages”
  7. 7. RBRC Study: Option DevelopmentRBRC Study: Option Development  Option ScreeningOption Screening  Pare down from 54 to 20 locationsPare down from 54 to 20 locations  Based on volume, cross product, MRN, transit, truckBased on volume, cross product, MRN, transit, truck routes, activity centers, delays, crashes, opportunityroutes, activity centers, delays, crashes, opportunity for new roadsfor new roads  Option DevelopmentOption Development  Conceptual PlansConceptual Plans  Project CostsProject Costs  Stakeholder Advisory WorkshopsStakeholder Advisory Workshops  Identify 10 candidate projectsIdentify 10 candidate projects
  8. 8. RBRC Study: ConstructabilityRBRC Study: Constructability  200 St, Langley Bypass, Fraser Hwy200 St, Langley Bypass, Fraser Hwy  Construction closure for up to 2 yearsConstruction closure for up to 2 years  Traffic impactTraffic impact  No alternative routes availableNo alternative routes available  Property and business impactProperty and business impact  Cost:Cost:  Langley bypass >$125 millionLangley bypass >$125 million  200 Street>$125 million200 Street>$125 million  Alternative Options DevelopedAlternative Options Developed  New roads/routesNew roads/routes  Minimal impact during constructionMinimal impact during construction  Divert traffic from 200 St, Bypass, Fraser HwyDivert traffic from 200 St, Bypass, Fraser Hwy
  9. 9. RBRC Study: Final PackageRBRC Study: Final Package 41B St 80 St 152 St 168 St 232 St 54 Ave 196 St 64 Ave 192 St
  10. 10. Combo OptionCombo Option  192 Street Overpass192 Street Overpass  54 Avenue Overpass54 Avenue Overpass  196 Street Overpass196 Street Overpass  Originally 53 Ave to 64Originally 53 Ave to 64 AveAve  Current Scope 53 Ave toCurrent Scope 53 Ave to Fraser HwyFraser Hwy  $66 million$66 million
  11. 11. Master Transportation PlanMaster Transportation Plan
  12. 12. 196 Street Overpass196 Street Overpass  New north/south traffic routeNew north/south traffic route  Traffic diversion from Fraser HwyTraffic diversion from Fraser Hwy  2021 projected 29,800 vpd reduced to 18,400 vpd2021 projected 29,800 vpd reduced to 18,400 vpd  37% reduction37% reduction  Traffic diversion from 200 StTraffic diversion from 200 St  2021 projected 40,200 vpd reduced to 36,200 vpd2021 projected 40,200 vpd reduced to 36,200 vpd  10% reduction10% reduction  Minimal construction impactMinimal construction impact  Reliable between:Reliable between:  Willowbrook Regional Town CenterWillowbrook Regional Town Center  BrookswoodBrookswood  Langley Meadow/RoutelyLangley Meadow/Routely
  13. 13. 196 St196 St OverpassOverpass Traffic DiversionTraffic Diversion
  14. 14. Agreement In PrincipleAgreement In Principle  June 28, 2007June 28, 2007  Transport Canada, Vancouver Port Authority,Transport Canada, Vancouver Port Authority, BC MoT, TransLink, Municipalities and RailwaysBC MoT, TransLink, Municipalities and Railways  Based on RBRC Study (9 projects)Based on RBRC Study (9 projects)  Municipalities collectively contribute $50 MMunicipalities collectively contribute $50 M  Total funding $307 MTotal funding $307 M
  15. 15. RecommendationsRecommendations  Amend DCC ProgramAmend DCC Program  include $5.5 M for 196 St Overpassinclude $5.5 M for 196 St Overpass  99% DCC, 1% general revenue99% DCC, 1% general revenue  Cost Sharing AgreementCost Sharing Agreement  $5.5 M to City of Surrey who delivers project$5.5 M to City of Surrey who delivers project  3 equal payments in 2012, 2013 and 20143 equal payments in 2012, 2013 and 2014  Conditional on:Conditional on:  Include improvements at 64 Ave/196 StreetInclude improvements at 64 Ave/196 Street  Include improvements at Willowbrook Drive/196 StInclude improvements at Willowbrook Drive/196 St
  16. 16. Questions?Questions?

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