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

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 196 Street Rail Overpass Plan Presentation Transcript

  • Roberts Bank Rail Corridor (RBRC) 196 Street Overpass Project Presentation to Mayor and Council November 8, 2010
  • Overview
    • Roberts Bank Rail Corridor
    • RBRC Study
    • Combo Option
    • Master Transportation Plan
    • 196 Street Overpass
    • Traffic Diversion
    • Agreement In Principle
    • Recommendations
  • View slide
  • Increased Rail Traffic Current Situation Projected 2012 with future Deltaport Third Berth Projected 2021 with future Detaport 2 nd 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% View slide
  • Increased Vehicle Traffic
    • Vehicle Traffic on Major Roads crossing the railway
      • Range of 15 to 50% increase (2006 to 2021)
      • Average increase of 29% in vehicle traffic
  • RBRC Study: Background
    • Road/Rail Interface
      • ND Lea, 2007
    • Goal
      • “ improve road and rail transport infrastructure along the corridor and, by doing so, facilitate VPA growth and expansion plans at Roberts Bank”
    • Existing Conditions
    • Future Condition
    • Set of grade separation “option packages”
  • RBRC Study: Option Development
    • Option Screening
      • Pare down from 54 to 20 locations
      • Based on volume, cross product, MRN, transit, truck routes, activity centers, delays, crashes, opportunity for new roads
    • Option Development
      • Conceptual Plans
      • Project Costs
      • Stakeholder Advisory Workshops
      • Identify 10 candidate projects
  • RBRC Study: Constructability
    • 200 St, Langley Bypass, Fraser Hwy
      • Construction closure for up to 2 years
      • Traffic impact
      • No alternative routes available
      • Property and business impact
      • Cost:
        • Langley bypass >$125 million
        • 200 Street>$125 million
    • Alternative Options Developed
      • New roads/routes
      • Minimal impact during construction
      • Divert traffic from 200 St, Bypass, Fraser Hwy
  • RBRC Study: Final Package 41B St 80 St 152 St 168 St 232 St 54 Ave 196 St 64 Ave 192 St
  • Combo Option
    • 192 Street Overpass
    • 54 Avenue Overpass
    • 196 Street Overpass
      • Originally 53 Ave to 64 Ave
      • Current Scope 53 Ave to Fraser Hwy
      • $66 million
  • Master Transportation Plan
  • 196 Street Overpass
    • New north/south traffic route
    • Traffic diversion from Fraser Hwy
      • 2021 projected 29,800 vpd reduced to 18,400 vpd
      • 37% reduction
    • Traffic diversion from 200 St
      • 2021 projected 40,200 vpd reduced to 36,200 vpd
      • 10% reduction
    • Minimal construction impact
    • Reliable between:
      • Willowbrook Regional Town Center
      • Brookswood
      • Langley Meadow/Routely
  • 196 St Overpass Traffic Diversion
  • Agreement In Principle
    • June 28, 2007
    • Transport Canada, Vancouver Port Authority, BC MoT, TransLink, Municipalities and Railways
    • Based on RBRC Study (9 projects)
    • Municipalities collectively contribute $50 M
    • Total funding $307 M
  • Recommendations
    • Amend DCC Program
      • include $5.5 M for 196 St Overpass
      • 99% DCC, 1% general revenue
    • Cost Sharing Agreement
      • $5.5 M to City of Surrey who delivers project
      • 3 equal payments in 2012, 2013 and 2014
      • Conditional on:
        • Include improvements at 64 Ave/196 Street
        • Include improvements at Willowbrook Drive/196 St
  • Questions?