Surrey – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has determined a schedule for repairing the 152nd St. underpass at Highway 99 and replacing the Bailey Bridge on King George Boulevard in Surrey.
In the coming weeks, crews are expected to begin repairs at the 152nd St. underpass. Work will involve removing and replacing the damaged girders, and demolishing and reconstructing the deck over the damaged area. New girders are currently being fabricated and will arrive on site in February, and repair work is anticipated to finish in April.
The ministry thanks motorists for their continued patience while these extensive repairs are completed. Every attempt is being made to manage traffic volumes and to minimize disruption to travellers. Please watch for construction workers, traffic controllers, signs and changing traffic patterns, and get the latest traffic advisories by visiting www.DriveBC.ca and by following @DriveBC on Twitter.
To keep traffic flowing and minimize delays, the Bailey Bridge replacement project on King George Boulevard in south Surrey will begin once the 152nd St. underpass has been repaired, and all lanes on Highway 99 and 152 St. have re-opened. A new steel structure will replace the one-lane northbound bridge and will eliminate the need for a vehicle-weight restriction. Work is tentatively scheduled to occur May through June, and the adjacent two-lane structure on King George Boulevard will remain open to traffic during construction.