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About the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is the federal agency responsible for the stewardship of federal port lands in and around Vancouver, British Columbia.

Environmental Assessment Status

The Review Panel conducting the environmental assessment for the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project is seeking comments on information request responses and draft Public Hearing Procedures.

Procurement Status

The port authority is intent on choosing the best possible delivery and procurement model for construction and operation of the terminal.

Consultation Status

The port authority has participated in over 440 meetings with regulators, Aboriginal groups, local government, stakeholders and the public.

Community Events

The Delta Community Office regularly hosts port-related events and information sessions for the community.

Container Traffic Forecasts

Based on our container traffic and capacity forecasts, the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project is needed to ensure Canada is able to meet trade plans and objectives through to the mid-to-late 2030s.

Project Components

The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project consists of three main components: a new three-berth marine container terminal; a widened causeway to accommodate additional road and rail infrastructure; and an expanded tug basin to accommodate a second tug operations contractor.

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