Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor
The Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor is a five kilometre road stretching along the southwestern edge of Kaien Island. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, crews from the Coast Tsimshian Northern Contractors Alliance, a local First Nations joint venture, have safely worked 24-hours a day on rotating shifts to build this critical piece of infrastructure. In addition to nearly completing dredging work, teams have placed rock along the full length of the road, with one third now at sub-grade elevation and ready for the paving structure. The project remains on track for completion in Q2 2021.
The $115 million Connector Corridor project will be fully activated when DP World’s Fairview Terminal expansion is completed in 2022. This will enable container truck traffic to be rerouted away from public roads to the new Port Authority-owned route, which will reduce the journey from 20 kilometres to 5 kilometres.
June 11th Connector Road construction progress footage
Project Critical Path
Project Critical Updates
Proposed Second Terminal in Prince Rupert
Port of Prince Rupert / South Kaien Island
Feasibility Assessment Underway
South Kaien Logistics Park
Parcel 2, Parcel 4
Ridley Island Export Logistics Project
Vopak Pacific Canada
Prince Rupert Marine Fuels Project
Fairview Container Terminal Expansion
DP World Prince Rupert Inc.