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Old Posted May 29, 2018, 6:34 PM
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Originally Posted by milomilo View Post
So from the information I see, that highway has an AADT of ~5000 south of Prince George. Like it or not, that isn't much traffic. In an ideal world, sure it would be upgraded, but BC has the harshest terrain in Canada, they have to prioritise and this road does not appear to be top of the list.
The land between Clinton and Prince George is almost prairie like. It's some of the easiest land in Canada to build highways on. It's mostly rolling hills with lots of open grassland. The last little bit to Cache Creek is a little tougher, but still nothing compared to what the Trans Canada goes though from the Alberta border to Hope.

If putting the lanes together is better, why do they separate the lanes on "interstates" and most freeways in Canada?
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