Trans-Canada Highway 1 - Malahat Corridor Study Area
Final Report

July 2007


 

The Malahat Corridor is the primary link between the Capital Regional District (CRD) and the rest of Vancouver Island to the north. The highway serves approximately 22,000 vehicles, or 30,000 person trips per day. An annual traffic growth rate of 1.5% to 2.5% is forecast.

The highway is experiencing increasing capacity, reliability and safety pressures. In response, the Ministry of Transportation initiated this Malahat Corridor Study. The objective of the study is to develop a long-term transportation strategy for the Corridor.

Due to the large file size of this document, it is provided in sections below:

Trans-Canada Highway 1 - Malahat Corridor Study
Final Report

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  Appendix A

Capacity Analyses

PDF 33 KB
  Appendix B Road Safety Analysis PDF 47 KB

  Appendix C

Phase 1 Consultation Findings

PDF 423 KB

  Appendix D

Phase 2 Consultation Findings

PDF 249 KB

  Appendix E

Land Acquisition

PDF 35 KB

  Appendix F

Opinion of Probable Costs

PDF 28 KB

  Appendix G

Access Considerations

PDF 2.02 MB

  Appendix H

Geotechnical Information

PDF 17 KB

  Appendix I

Environmental Report

PDF 8.32 MB

  Appendix J

Trans-Canada Trail

PDF 2.00 MB

  Appendix K

Assessment of Inter-Regional Transit Options

PDF 1.92 MB