The Mufford / 64th Ave at Highway 10 project is one of 9 projects comprising the Roberts Bank Rail Corridor Program. The Program Partners and signatories include Transport Canada, TransLink, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Port Metro Vancouver, the Township of Langley, and the City of Langley. The purpose of this Project is to improve network reliability and reduce existing safety issues by providing a grade separation of Mufford Crescent over the CP Rail Line at Highway 10. The project provides motorists with an alternative route during frequent railway events, improves the response times of emergency services, and removes the road/rail conflict thus significantly improving public safety.
As Owner’s Engineer and Lead Design Consultant, Urban Systems provided all preliminary and detailed engineering and technical services as necessary for the planning, implementation, and close out phases of the Project. The Project was delivered through a combination of day labour works for placement of preload material and installation of geotechnical instrumentation, and a design-bid-build for the bulk of construction activities, and was fully in service at the end of September 2014.
BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, in cooperation with Transport Canada, TransLink, Port Metro Vancouver, the Township of Langley and the City of Langley.