Roads & Transportation
The City's 2020 Asphalt Rehabilitation for the ongoing maintenance, repair and paving of City roads.
The Active Transportation Plan will provide the City with data and valuable resident feedback on Active Transportation infrastructure throughout the City of Chilliwack.
The Transportation Plan Update - Final was approved by Mayor and Council August 21, 2018
Cycle Vision Chilliwack. The Transportation Plan update project is underway and the City of Chilliwack is looking for your input regarding cycling in Chilliwack.
Information on electric vehicle charging stations, electric vehicles and EV charging requirements for new developments.
This page contains information about current transportation projects in Chilliwack.
2021 Sidewalk Projects | Alder - Webb Connector | Crosswalk Improvements - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) | Downtown Ornamental Street Lighting | Elk View Road | Evans at Wells Intersection | Fire Hall #4 Signal | Hack-Brown Road Realignment | Kermode Crescent - Retaining Wall & Drainage System | LED Streetlight Conversion Program | Lickman Interchange | Mary Street at Hodgins Avenue (Traffic Signal Upgrade) | Paving Program | Prest Road Widening and Semiault Bridge Replacement | Promontory Road Widening: Vedder - Chester | Roadway Reflectors | Shrewsbury Culvert | Spadina Avenue (Ashwell to Corbould) | Teskey Hillside Connector | Vedder & South Sumas Intersection | Vedder Road Widening: Keith Wilson - Watson
Regular maintenance and repair of city roadways, shoulders and signs are conducted by the City’s Public Works Department and include a wide range of activities
On the roundabouts page you will find pertinent information about roundabouts in our community, including how to use roundabouts, safety measures, FAQs and more.
Please call the Engineering Department for maintenance on street lights.
Automatic Traffic Count Summary for major roads in Chilliwack. 2-Way 24hr volume stats back to 1992.
Information on lane and road closures
Complete transit route maps, schedules, and rates are available on this page.
The goal of the program is to maintain safe travel routes during snow and ice conditions and restoration of the mobility for the traveling public within a reasonable time frame following cessation of storm conditions.