Monday, November 8, 2021

Major Langley City Construction Projects

Several construction projects are occurring throughout Langley City. 200th Street has seen its fair share of construction projects over the last decade, whether replacing the Metro Vancouver Regional District sanitary sewer trunk, the renewal of the Nicomekl River bridge, traffic light upgrades, or repaving. The latest project is to replace the Langley City sewer lines under 200th Street between 49th Avenue and the river.

Pipe bursting in action

The City and its contractor are using trenchless pipe bursting to renew the sewer line. This method reduces the amount of 200th Street that crews need to dig up and helps minimize construction time, costs, and impacts.

Two of the other projects well underway are the Glover Road underground utility renewal and safer cycling lanes project, and the 208th Street Causeway safer cycling lanes project. The City expects both projects to finish in the spring of 2022.

Glover Road project

The 208th Street Causeway project includes adding street trees along the causeway portion of 208th Street. Besides filling in the missing cycling link between Fraser Highway and 52A Avenue, it will also enhance trail connectivity between the Nicomekl Floodplain and Nicomekl Park.

208th Street new cycling lanes

208th Street bridge work

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