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Encourage Ministry of Transportation and Highways to construct pull outs and safety barriers along Westside Road, and to install barriers on Fintry Delta Road. (found on page 44 or 54 of the .pdf)

http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/planning/mgmtplns/fintry/fintry.pdf

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Those white paint markings on Westside Road near Fintry are there for installation of a Shaw Cable line, but Shaw says they have no plans to bring the cable into Valley of the Sun at this time in 2010 (can't remember the date now but was in 2010).

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For more information about the Westside Road Interchange Project, please go to www.westsideroadinterchange.ca or contact Evelyn Lube, Westside Road Interchange Project Communications at (250) 864-7395 or by email at elube "at" shaw.ca
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Phone: (250) 864-7395 Email: elube "at" shaw.ca

Overpass repairs almost over
by Castanet Staff - Story: 70745 - Feb 9, 2012

Work will begin this week on the final phase of repairs to the Westside Road Interchange retaining walls.

The BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure announced on Wednesday that Ledcor, the contractor for the Westside Road Interchange project, is starting the process to attach the finishing panels, and they anticipate repairs will be complete by mid-March.

The final phase of repairs to the Westside Rd Interchange are set to begin.

The first phase of repair works at both the west and east abutments is complete, and involved the preparation of a mounting surface for the finishing panels.

Work included removing all the panels under the abutments on both walls, preparing soil and placing shotcrete on the exposed face of the soil to prevent weathering.

Ministry officials say the wall failure was a unique event, and the retrofitting of the panels is a complex process. As a result, to design a repair that ensures quality and durability required more time than anticipated.

The ministry recognizes and thanks West Kelowna and area residents, as well as other users of the highway, for being extremely patient throughout this process, and they can rest assured that their safety is the ministry's utmost concern.

On November 20, 2011, the facing panels of the west abutment retaining wall at the Westside Road Interchange collapsed.

The Province engaged Buckland and Taylor Ltd., an internationally-renowned bridge engineering firm, to investigate the cause. Their testing of materials from the site has determined embrittlement at the bends in certain steel reinforcement bars connecting the concrete facing panels was a contributing factor in the collapse.

The investigation is not over however, and research into the failure is continuing. A detailed geotechnical analysis is still to come along with further materials testing, analysis of soil settlement, mapping of the failure areas and analysis of findings from taking apart the opposite wall to learn about other factors that may have contributed to the collapse.

Current traffic patterns will remain in place until further notice. The ministry will continue to ensure that any traffic pattern changes take into consideration hockey games and other community events.

Investigation into wall collapse at Westside Road Interchange should be complete in a couple of months
AM1150 - Hayley Cooper - Feb 8, 2012

The Ministry of Transportation is expecting to know within the next couple of months what caused a wall at the Westside Road Interchange to collapse.

District Transportation Manager, Murray Tekano says they do know there was a failure of a component that allowed the panels to come loose with other factors being evaluated.

Tekano says repairs are entering the final stage and says they've been going smoothly since the wall collapsed November 20th.

"The contractor is going to be constructing a new facing system, which will replace the components that failed. It will basically be attached to the shotcreted concrete material and form a new facing for the wall."

Repairs should be complete by mid-March.

Tekano says drivers should be aware of periodic lane closures during the final phase of repairs.

Repair work on the Westside Road Interchange entering final stage
AM1150 - Hayley Cooper - Feb 8, 2012

Repair work on the collapsed wall at the Westside Road Interchange should be complete by mid-March.

Construction crews are entering the final phase of repairs, attaching the finishing panels.

The first phase of repairs, which started shortly after the wall collapsed on November 20 included preparing the mounting surface for the panels and placing shotcrete on exposed surfaces.

An investigation into what caused the wall to collapse is still ongoing.

Current traffic patterns will remain in place.

INFORMATION BULLETIN

2011TRAN0099-001507
Nov. 20, 2011
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Westside Road Interchange temporarily closed

WEST KELOWNA – A section of concrete facing wall on the Westside Road Interchange gave way on Sunday morning, spilling dirt fill onto one of the southbound lanes of Highway 97 underneath the overpass.

The Westside Road Interchange is temporarily closed to traffic to allow for an engineering assessment, which is underway. Motorists can expect the closure to remain in place overnight.

While the assessment and clean-up takes place, traffic southbound on Highway 97 is diverted up the southbound ramp, north on Westside Road, on to Nancee Way and then back to Highway 97.

Detours are in effect for local traffic, using either the Campbell Road Interchange or Hudson Road and Boucherie Road. Motorists should follow the directions of traffic control personnel.

Construction of the Westside Road Interchange began in 2009 and the overpass opened to traffic on October 29, 2011. The works are being managed by the Westbank First Nation and delivered by Ledcor Construction.

The cause of the wall damage is unclear. Structural engineers from Urban Systems, the owner’s engineer, are thoroughly assessing the wall area and the structure overall to determine the appropriate course of action. The ministry’s engineering experts will also assess the structure.


The overall value of the Westside Road Interchange project is $41.8 million, with funding from the provincial and federal governments. British Columbia invested $30.8 million, with a federal contribution of $11 million from the Building Canada Fund.

Contact:
Jeff Knight
Government Communications and Engagement
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
250 480-9339

Connect with the Province of B.C. at www.gov.bc.ca/connect

This is a Freedom of Information Request we initiated through Information Access

Re: Request for Access to Records
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA)

I am writing further to your request received by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. Your request is for:

Development Cost charges, payments, agreements, monies, etc. that were paid by Westbank First Nations (WFN) toward payment to design, improve and build the Westside Road Interchange project in West Kelowna BC or towards design, improvement or building other highways or other roads in West Kelowna due to commercial development on WFN lands during the period 2009 [October 11, 2011].

Thank you for your clarification regarding the records you requested delineating what WFN has paid or contributed towards the Westside Road Interchange Project.

As the hiring and payment of services for the delivery of the Westside Road Interchange is within the control of the WFN, the ministry is not party to payments for services rendered and does not have the requested records on file. A thorough search was conducted that confirmed WFN has not provided the ministry with third party payment records. As such, no such records were located in response to your request. Your file is now closed.

Does this mean that WFN has free reign of $41 million the Federal and Provincial Government paid for the Westside Road Overpass?

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UPDATE: Portion of overpass collapses
Castanet.net - by Contributed - Story: 67527 - Nov 20, 2011 / 2:23 pm

Update: The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has issued a press release regarding the collapse of a section of concrete facing wall on the Westside Road Interchange.

Jeff Knight, of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, says the Westside Road Interchange is temporarily closed to traffic to allow for an engineering assessment, which is underway.

"While the assessment and clean-up takes place, traffic southbound on Highway 97 is being diverted up the southbound ramp, then north on Westside Road, on to Nancee Way and then back to Highway 97. "

Detours are in effect for local traffic, using either the Campbell Road Interchange or Hudson Road and Boucherie Road.

Drivers can expect the closure to remain in place overnight.

Knight says the cause of the wall damage is unclear.

"Structural engineers from Urban Systems, the owner's engineer, are thoroughly assessing the wall area and the structure overall to determine the appropriate course of action.

The ministry's will also have engineering experts assessing the structure.

VIDEO - Murray Tekano -Ministry of Transportation - Okanagan-Shuswap District Manager

Video: Traffic troubles
Castanet.net - by Trevor Rockliffe - Story: 67532 - Nov 20, 2011 / 12:17 pm

Traffic was very backed up headed into West Kelowna along Highway 97, Sunday morning, after the north west retaining wall of the overpass collapsed.

Commuters were frustrated by the wait to get across the William R. Bennett Bridge.

Video: A close up of the collapse
Castanet.net - by Contributed - Story: 67530 - Nov 20, 2011 / 11:49 am

Castanet's Trevor Rockliffe gets up close to the partially collapsed retaining wall along the new West Kelowna overpass.

Overpass collapses
Castanet.net - by Contributed - Story: 67527 - Nov 20, 2011 / 9:44 am

A retaining wall along the north west side of the new West Kelowna overpass collapsed, Sunday morning.


Photo: Trevor Rockliffe

Shoring from the side of the structure has slid down onto the road, blocking a portion of highway 97.

Murray Tekano, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is on scene assessing the damage of the collapse.

"Traffic is moving in both directions so we're happy about that, but this part of the highway is closed and we do not know for how long."

Fire crews and RCMP are on scene to reroute traffic around the overpass. Traffic is heavily backed up along Highway 97 entering West Kelowna.

One commuter stuck in the backed up traffic says, "this sucks, that's good taxpayer money going to waste."

Others commuters complained about the wait to get across the bridge.

The cause of the collapse is unknown but Tekano says the structure doesn't appear be impacted, other than the one side of the retaining wall. No one was injured in this incident.

The history of the interchange
Castanet.net - by Wayne Moore - Story: 67528 - Nov 20, 2011 / 11:34 am

Sunday morning, a retaining wall along the new West Kelowna overpass collapsed.

With the road blocked, traffic became heavily backed up as it was redirected by RCMP around the overpass.

Murray Tekano, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure was on scene soon after the collapse. Tekano could not explain why the collapse happened, but claimed the structure did not appear to be impacted, other than the one side of the retaining wall.

Many commuters stuck in the backed up traffic were outraged that the new structure had collapsed less than month after opening.


Photo: Trevor Rockliffe

The collapsed retaining wall of the new overpass

Construction on the Westside Road Interchange project began in October, 2010.

While expected to be complete by September of this year, completion was delayed until it officially opened October 29.

At a cost of $41 million, it was tied into the new William R. Bennett Bridge which open in the summer of 2008.

The provincial government contributed $30 million while the federal government kicked in the other $11 million.

Westbank First Nation provided land for the project.

An agreement to construct the interchange at Westside Road was signed by the province and Westbank First Nation in September of 2009.

Under the agreement, WFN would deliver the new interchange, improvements to supporting road and a new underpass at Spland Road through qualified contractors.

Similar to the Campbell Road Interchange delivered through WFN, the project would be turned over to the province once complete.

A $12.9 million major works contract was awarded to Ledcor CMI Ltd.

Ledcor was responsible for construction of the new interchange at Westside Road and Highway 97, and will be responsible for an underpass at Nancee Way and a new roundabout at the junction of Sneena and Westside roads.

British Columbia Infrastructure Projects

*$175 million has been committed to date to the province of British Columbia for initiatives funded under Provincial/Territorial Base Funding.

Kelowna  -  Highway 97: Westside Interchange  -  $10,977,000

Major milestone coming for interchange
Castanet.net - by Contributed - Story: 57002 - Sep 25, 2010

Work on the Westside Road Interchange will hit a major milestone when a detour route is put in effect next month.

In late October the Westside Road traffic connection to Highway 97 will be detoured to a temporary signalized intersection at Nancee Way to accommodate construction of the new Westside Road Interchange.

The detour will be in effect until completion of the interchange next August.

Thru traffic northbound and southbound along Highway 97 will be maintained throughout the construction period.

The Westside Road Interchange is being delivered by Westbank First Nation in partnership with BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Funding for the project is being provided by the Province of BC and the Government of Canada.

Project completion is fall, 2012.

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Overpass work…
Kelowna Capital News - September 24, 2010

Photo of Westside Road BC proposed new overpass.
Photo by Mike SImmons

Work has started on the $44 million Westside Road overpass project (right) as the new detour route, Nancee Way, is slated to open for traffic heading off of, and on to, Westside Road next month. A computer rendition (above) of what the new overpass at Westside Road and Highway 97 will look like with the new underpass at Nancee Way in the distance. The view is looking south. The building to the left of the overpass is the existing WFN office. The WFN and the province are co-managing the project and it is slated to be complete by 2012. During construction, north and southbound traffic will continue to use Highway 97.

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Why just a meeting at Wilson's Landing and not one at North Westside Road as well?

Westside Rd. overpass project explained
Kelowna Capital News - By Alistair Waters - September 22, 2010

Westside residents are getting a chance this week to look at what the construction work currently underway at Westside Road will eventually look like.

The first of three open houses was held in Lakeview Heights Monday with a series of boards explaining the $44 million Westside Road overpass project, currently being co-managed by the province and the Westbank First Nation.

A second open house was held yesterday in Westbank and a third is scheduled for today, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Wilson Landing Fire Hall at 2396 Westside Road.

The project, which will include a new overpass at Westside Road over Highway 97 and an underpass at Nancee Way, just to south, is slated to be completed in two phases and be ready for use in 2013.

“It’s a most amazing thing,” said Mike Cotton, a Westbank resident who showed up at the open house to look at the plans.

“Everything has been well thought out.”

Like many others who attended, Cotton, and his friend Malcolm Runacres, said they liked what they saw, feeling the work, when complete, will help the flow of traffic on and around the Westside Road-Highway 97 intersection.

Work on the overpass will be done first and will be ready next August. That will mean traffic heading onto the highway from Westside Road until then will have to use the new Nancee Way, a detour route specially built as part of the project.

Project communications official Evelyn Lube with the WFN said the new road will remain after the project is complete.

But the temporary traffic signals now installed at its intersection with Highway 97 will be removed, as will the lights at Westside Road.

Lube said after the WFN “cut its teeth” on the Campbell Road interchange project at the west end of the William Bennett Bridge a few years ago and felt ready to take on the larger Westside Road overpass project.

Jim Gerow, of the B.C. transportation ministry, agreed, saying the relations ship between the WFN and the ministry has worked very well so far.

With earth now being moved on site and the detour routes expected go into effect for traffic on and off Westside road next month, concerns have been raised about traffic flow through the construction on the highway.

But Lube said while the plans call for highway traffic to continue using the current route, much of the early stage work will be off to the sides of the highway.

A portion of Westside Road, from its intersection with Nancee Way to the highway, will be closed during construction of the overpass. That is why the detour route has been built.

At the same time that the overpass and underpass work is being done, a new strip mall will be built just south of the WFN office building.

Another partnership between the WFN and a developer, it will include a multi-screen cinema, a bank and several retail stores. Details of that project are expected to be made public next month.

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For Immediate Release
2010PREM0136-000817
July 13, 2010
Office of the Premier
Westbank First Nation
Government of Canada

WESTSIDE ROAD I/C TO BENEFIT KELOWNA AREA, OKANAGAN

WESTBANK – Construction of the Westside Road Interchange will begin in early August, announced Premier Gordon Campbell, Westbank First Nation Chief Robert Louie, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Shirley Bond, and Stockwell Day, president of the Treasury Board and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, during a groundbreaking ceremony held at the construction site today.

“We’re very happy to see this phase of the project getting underway,” said Chief Louie. “The new interchange will provide lasting benefit not only to the region by reducing congestion and improving travel time along Highway 97, but also by improving access to our reserve lands.”

“This project will create an estimated 250 jobs, helping Okanagan’s economy while making our roads safer and more efficient,” said Premier Campbell. “We’re proud to work with our partners, the Westbank First Nation and the federal government, investing in the future of the Kelowna area, the Okanagan and the Pacific Gateway.”

“Our government is pleased to join the government of British Columbia and the Westbank First Nation in breaking ground for this important project,” said Minister Day. “This work will improve traffic flow and the safety of commuters along this corridor.”

Preliminary work for major works construction activities began in 2009. Now, the major works contract, worth $12.9 million, has been awarded to Ledcor CMI Ltd. Ledcor will be responsible for construction of the new grade-separated interchange at Westside Road and Highway 97, an underpass at Nancee Way and a new roundabout at the junction of Sneena and Westside Roads. The new interchange will be complete and open for traffic in the fall of 2011 with completion of the underpass at Nancee Way scheduled for the fall of 2012.

Phase 1 of the project cost $4.5 million and included a network roads and utilities contract awarded to BC General Contracting in 2009, which is substantially complete. Approximately $23.5 million has been invested in engineering and design, property acquisition and project management costs.


“The Westside Road Interchange project is a continuation of the fantastic partnership the Province enjoyed with the Westbank First Nation on the Campbell Road Interchange a couple of years ago,” said Minister Bond. “On this project we both welcome federal government involvement to improve our infrastructure and also help create jobs and to keep people working in B.C.”

The project will be managed by the Westbank First Nation until its completion, at which time it will be turned over to the Province. Funding for the project is being provided by the provincial and federal governments. The overall value of the project is $41 million. The investment by British Columbia is $30 million and the federal government investment is up to $11 million from the Building Canada Fund. Westbank First Nation is contributing land for the project.

“It’s great to see this project moving forward, creating jobs and improving infrastructure to ensure safe and efficient travel along Highway 97,” said Ben Stewart, Minister of Community and Rural Development and Westside-Kelowna MLA.

Since 2001, the Province has invested almost $600 million in upgrading roads, highways, bridges and transit in the Okanagan.

Public information sessions will be scheduled this summer to provide more information about the project and the traffic pattern changes for Westside Road.

Media Contacts:

Dale Steeves
Office of the Premier
250 387-6605

Dave Crebo
Public Affairs Bureau
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
250 387-7787

Evelyn Lube
Communications
Westside Road Interchange Project
250 864-7395

James Kusie
Director of Issues Management and Parliamentary Affairs
Office of Canada's Transport Minister John Baird, Ottawa
613 991-0700


Media Relations
Transport Canada
Ottawa
613 993-0055

For more information on government services or to subscribe to the Province’s news feeds using RSS, visit the Province’s website at www.gov.bc.ca.

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NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
2009TRAN0013-000314

September 11, 2009
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Westbank First Nation

PRELIMINARY INTERCHANGE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS THIS MONTH

WEST KELOWNA – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and the Westbank First Nation (WFN) have signed an agreement that will facilitate the construction of a new interchange at Westside Road, Westside-Kelowna MLA Ben Stewart and Westbank First Nation Chief Robert Louie announced today.

Under the agreement, the WFN will deliver the new interchange, improvements to supporting roads and a new underpass at Spland Road through qualified contractors. The project will be turned over to the Province once completed.

“The new interchange will significantly improve the safe flow of traffic in this busy transportation corridor,” said Stewart. “Seeing this project come closer to fruition is great news for our community, as it provides much needed jobs that will help support our local economy.”

“This is the commencement of the second major transportation project that WFN will deliver in partnership with MoT,” said Chief Robert Louie. “By replacing the existing intersection with the new interchange and making improvements to the supporting roads network, we’ll see not only improved functioning of the highway, but also traffic moving much more smoothly through our lands to the highway.”

The $41-million project is being delivered in four stages:

Clearing, grubbing and stripping of project area beginning in September 2009 and continuing until the end of October 2009.

Demolition of structures within construction boundaries from October 2009 through November 2009.

Construction of detour roads November 2009 until summer 2010.

Construction of the Westside Road Interchange and Spland Road underpass from late summer 2010 with completion scheduled for fall 2012.

Tenders for construction of the detour roads are being advertised on BC Bid.

The public is invited to learn more about this project at an open house Monday, Sept. 14 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the old fire hall building at the Highway 97/Westside Road intersection.

The project is funded under the Province’s three-year, $14-billion capital infrastructure program that will create up to 88,000 jobs and help build vital public infrastructure in every region of B.C.


Contacts:

Jeff Knight
Public Affairs Bureau
Ministry of Transportation
250 356-7707
Evelyn Lube

WRI Project Communications
Westbank First Nation
250 864-7395

For more information on government services or to subscribe to the Province’s news feeds using RSS, visit the Province’s website at www.gov.bc.ca.

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.pdf icon MANAGEMENT PLAN for Fintry Provincial Park October, 1998 (the following found on page 44, or page 54 of the .pdf)

Actions:

  • Track repeat visitors and day users, to determine the volume of park use travel from the north and south ends of Westside Road.

  • Encourage Ministry of Transportation and Highways to construct pull outs and safety barriers along Westside Road, and to install barriers on Fintry Delta Road.

  • Encourage Ministry of Transportation and Highways to survey and design a relocated intersection at Westside Road, to be built when traffic congestion requires upgrading to the intersection.

  • Survey and dedicate Westside Road, removing the road from park status.

  • Eliminate, except for emergency and park management purposes, vehicle use of access easements and former roads in the park. In particular, close the Attenborough Road short cut route to vehicular traffic and incorporate the route as part of the hiking and horse trail system. Keep Old Fintry Access route closed to all but emergency vehicles. Incorporate the route as part of the looped canyon trail system. Use gates, road rehabilitation, signage and landscaping to discourage vehicular use except at designated park entrances.

  • When backcountry use increases, construct pull outs for Westside Road users, possibly in conjunction with a backcountry user parking area on Westside Road.

  • Install sign along Westside Road at Bear Creek Provincial Park noting distance to Fintry Park.

  • Work with private tour operators to determine feasibility of boat tours, with Fintry as a destination.

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Gasoline taxes vary considerably by province.
See a chart of fuel taxes across Canada.  We pay more fuel taxes than Alberta, but Alberta has nicer roads. Saskatchewan pays more fuel tax than we do and they have poor roads.

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