Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Highway 1 (Ironworkers Memorial Bridge to Port Mann), Highway 91A (New Westminster / Queensborough), Highway 99 (Lions Gate Bridge/Marine Drive), Highway 99 (Oak Street Bridge - Richmond), All weather stations (current weather) for this region (map). I've been updating the Coquihalla Summit ski and hiking map (which is now out - metric and a bigger scale) and in the process did a bunch of trips to the ridges north of Coquihalla Mountain. The section of Highway 37 between Terrace and Kitimat was known as Highway 25 until 1986. The summit has an elevation of 1,230 metres. No one was injured. The segment between Hope and Merritt was a toll highway until 2008. Attention motorists: Cascade City – Rossland section decommissioned; Rossland – Castlegar section replaced by, Old alignment of Hwy 3; 34 km (21 mi) concurrency with Hwy 97 between Kaleden and, Old alignment of Hwy 3 and Hwy 3A; passes through, Alberni Highway, Pacific Rim Highway, Surf Highway, Tapton Avenue, Princeton-Kamloops Highway, Okanagan Connector, Nicola Avenue, Voght Street, West Pender Street, Burrard Street, Hastings Street, Inlet Drive, Saint Johns Street, Barnet Highway/Barnet Road. Click for more information, B.C. Replaced by present-day Hwy 5 and Hwy 97. 12 km (7 mi) section between Hwy 91 and Hwy 17A decommissioned in 2003. portion of Highway 97, while the B.C. List is current as of May 2017, according to the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation.

Patricia Bay Highway, Blanshard Street, Belleville Street, Tsawassen Highway, South Fraser Perimeter Road, Duke Point Highway, Nanaimo Parkway, Inland Island Highway, Ginger Goodwin Way, Tamarac Street/Willow Street, Island Highway, Bear Cove Highway, (Old) Island Highway, Oceanside Route, Cliffe Avenue, Chilcotin Highway, Alexander MacKenzie Highway, 6 Avenue, Victoria Street, Washington Street, A Avenue, Stewart–Cassiar Highway, Stikine Highway, Dease Lake Highway, Annacis Highway, Richmond Freeway, East-West Connector, Banff–Windermere Highway, Kootenay Highway. Winter tires or chains are required on most routes in British Columbia from October 1 to April 30. Replaced by present-day Hwy 20, Hwy 1, and Hwy 23. According to Merritt RCMP, four or five transport trucks that didn't chain up became stranded, and blocked the road. This includes information for a city, village, town, hill, mountain, land below sea level etc.

Prior to 1941, British Columbia classified its major roads with letters:[6], "Official Numbered Routes in British Columbia", "Landmark Kilometre Inventory: Revision History", "State Farm Road Atlas: United States, Canada, Mexico", Official Numbered Routes in British Columbia, Map of numbered highways in British Columbia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_British_Columbia_provincial_highways&oldid=982956336, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Vancouver Island section signed with the Trans-Canada Highway marker, Mainland section; signed with the TCH marker. This page was last edited on 11 October 2020, at 11:32.

For select highways not located through mountain passes and/or high snowfall areas, tire and chain requirements end March 31. The Coquihalla/Southern Yellowhead Highway (Highway 5) is a freeway that bypasses the slower Fraser Canyon portion of the Trans Canada Highway, connecting the cities of Hope, Merritt, and Kamloops. Signed with Trans-Canada and Yellowhead markers. Elevation (meters) 8% 8% 8% Golden 6% Yoho National Park 6% BC/Alberta Border. Vancouver Island and mainland section; split in the Lower Mainland with branches followed the north and south shores of the Fraser River. The area is stunning and offers outstanding alpine hiking. You can figure out the elevation of a route in meters or feet for just about any place in the world. The following routes are within British Columbia but are considered part of the Yukon highway system.

Road conditions at the summit of the Coquihalla Highway on Friday, April 3. Elevation of Your Trip From Point A to Point B. Highway 5 (Coquihalla) Highway 6: Highway 20: Highway 23: Highway 24: Highway 26: Highway 31: Highway 31A: Highway 33: Highway 43: Highway 93: Highway 95: Highway 95A : Highway 97 (Southern Interior Region) Highway 97A: Highway 97C: Highway 99 (Lillooet to Cache Creek) Lower Mainland. (formerly British Columbia Highway 99A). ; Larson Hill - N Hwy 5 at Larson Hill, 36 km south of Merritt, looking north. The following routes are maintained by the Ministry of Transportation as part of British Columbia's highway system, but they are Currently unnumbered. The Alaska Highway crosses the 60th parallel north, and thus the border with the Yukon, nine times (including six crossings between historic miles 588 and 596), the highway route number changes just once, between Lower Post, B.C., and Watson Lake, Yukon.

75 km (47 mi) section between Lillooet and Hwy 97 became part. Please note all BC HwyCams use Pacific Time Zone (PT). Old alignment of Hwy 1 through Chilliwack. The Yukon section east of here is maintained by Public Works Canada as part of the B.C. North of Kamloops, the route is known as the Southern Yellowhead Highway, and meets up with the main route of the Yellowhead Highw section west of here is maintained by the Yukon Government as part of Yukon Highway 1. ; Comstock Hwy 5 at Comstock Rd, about 15 km south of Merritt, looking north. Exit numbers on the Coquihalla are a continuation of those on Highway 1 west of Hope. In recent years, many routes have been devolved to regional and/or municipal authorities and have lost their official highway status, notably the Fraser Highway in the Lower Mainland (formerly part of Highway 1A) and West Saanich Road on Vancouver Island (formerly Highway 17A). Okanagan Highway, Cariboo Highway, John Hart Highway, Okanagan Connector, Coquihalla Connector, Harvey Avenue, Vancouver-Blaine Freeway, Upper-Levels Highway, Sea to Sky Highway, Duffey Lake Road, Former Hwy 99 (King George Highway) in Surrey, Sunshine Coast Highway, Pan-American Highway, Officially known as Hwy 953:3600 & Hwy 953:3601, Officially known as Hwy 942:1557 & Hwy 942:1147, Officially known as Hwy 944:1173 & Hwy 944:1178, Hwy 1 (Sagebrush interchange / exit 369) in, Hwy 1 (Valleyview interchange / exit 375) in, Continuation of Hwy 962:0325; former segment of, Continuation of Hwy 962:0320 and Hwy 962:0326, Cumulative sections BC 97 in the Yukon east of. We reserve the right to restrict travel at any time of the year depending on road conditions. Also King George Highway through Surrey was renamed by the City in 2010 to King George Boulevard. The first two freeways built in British Columbia were given 400-series numbers, much like the 400-Series Highways in Ontario. DriveBC Southern Interior - Hwy 5 (Coquihalla) Walloper Hwy 5, about 30 km south of Kamloops, looking north. You can see an elevation comparison chart as well as route elevation chart.

Replaced by present-day Hwy 1A, Hwy 1, Hwy 19A, and Hwy 19. Replaced by present-day Hwy 4, Hwy 19, Hwy 1, Hwy 7, Hwy 8, Hwy 5A, and Hwy 3. Route numbered are unsigned and internally referred to as pseudo numbers:[2][5].