The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project would play a critical role in meeting consumer demand for imports, supporting Canadian businesses shipping goods to and from global markets, and in ensuring we can keep Canada open for trade with growing economies around the world, well into the future. Learn More
The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project is a proposed new three-berth container terminal at Roberts Bank in Delta, B.C. that would provide 2.4 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) of container capacity. Learn More
Building on decades of already available environmental study of Roberts Bank, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority commenced in 2011 a program that included over 77 individual studies, resulting in over 35,000 hours of fieldwork by over 100 professional scientists. Learn More
During the 5.5-year construction process, the project is expected to provide 12,700 person-years of direct, indirect and induced employment, worth approximately $1 billion in wages. Once operational, the project would support more than 12,400 direct, indirect and induced person-years of on- and off-dock employment each year, worth approximately $810 million in wages annually. Learn More
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.