Another Stretch of Cariboo Connector Work to Start
Prince George, B.C.- The Province is set to start construction on another section of the Cariboo Connector.
Widening and four-laning of a section of Highway 97 south of Williams Lake, will see over six kilometres of the highway widened to four lanes from the Williams Lake Indian Reserve #1 near 150 Mile House north to Lexington Road.
The work will also see turning and deceleration lanes on Highway 97 included in the project.
The cost of the project is $21.6 million dollars and the contract for the work has been awarded to Cantex-Okanagan Construction of Penticton.
The project is scheduled to be completed in November 2017.