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Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project (SLS Project) – Stations Contract

The Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project (SLS Project) is a 16-km elevated extension of the existing Expo Line primarily along Fraser Highway from the current terminus at King George Station in the City of Surrey, through the Township of Langley to a new terminus station at 203 St. in Langley City Centre.

Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project (SLS Project)

Project Details

Project Description:  The Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project (SLS Project) is a 16-km elevated extension of the existing Expo Line primarily along Fraser Highway from the current terminus at King George Station in the City of Surrey, through the Township of Langley to a new terminus station at 203 St. in Langley City Centre. The Project includes eight new stations, three new transit exchanges, and nine new propulsion power substations.

The SLS Project consists of the following separately procured and staggered contracts:

  1. Guideway Contract – including substructures, superstructures, roadworks, and utilities, procured under a Design-Build-Finance (DBF) model.
  2. Stations Contract – including eight passenger stations, nine propulsion power substations, and 250m of guideway construction at the terminus station, procured under a Design-Build (DB) model.
  3. Systems and Trackwork Contract – including trackwork, power rail and linear induction motor (LIM) rail system, communications, automated train control, and power propulsion equipment, procured under a Target Price model.

 

Client: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Project delivered by: Transportation and Investment Corporation
Project Cost: The capital cost of Surrey Langley SkyTrain is $3.94 billion. The total project cost, including active transportation investments, is $4.01 billion.
Project Status: The Stations Contract is in procurement.
Website: www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/transportation-projects/surrey-langley-skytrain
Images: SLS Project Alignment Map
166th St Station conceptual rendering

Stations Contract Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued October 3, 2022
Request for Qualifications closed January 5, 2023
Announce shortlisted respondents Spring 2023 (anticipated)
Request for Proposals issued Spring 2023 (anticipated)
Contract award Fall 2023 (anticipated)
Construction to begin 2024 (anticipated)
Construction completed 2028 (anticipated)

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Project Map

Project Contacts

Neal Baj, Senior Associate
Email: Neal.Baj@infrastructurebc.com

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