The B.C. Government's concept video shows the potential for their new bridge to replace Vancouver's George Massey Tunnel (set to begin construction in 2017).

VIDEO: B.C. government’s concept video for new bridge to replace George Massey Tunnel

At the 2013 UBCM, Premier Christy Clark called the tunnel the 'worst bottleneck in the Lower Mainland'.

  • Sep. 20, 2013 3:00 p.m.



The B.C. government on Friday release the video above to show their proposed concept for a new bridge, which will replacing the aging George Massey Tunnel, which connects the Fraser Valley to Richmond and Vancouver.

On Friday, Premier Christy Clark called the current tunnel the “worst bottleneck in the Lower Mainland”.

Construction is set to begin in 2017, Clark said.

Kolby Solinsky / video courtesy of SendToNews.com (B.C. Government)

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