Learn about the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project to replace the aging Pattullo Bridge.

Construction of the new Pattullo Bridge is underway to replace the existing aging Pattullo bridge which opened in 1937.  

The new bridge is scheduled to open in 2024. The existing bridge will remain in use until the new bridge is open to traffic. Once the new bridge is open, the existing bridge will be removed.

Replacing the existing bridge is essential for maintaining a critical river crossing for both people and goods between the cities of New Westminster and Surrey. The new bridge project will be delivered, funded and owned by the Province of BC.

About the new bridge

The new four-lane bridge will provide improvements for everyone using the bridge, including people who are driving, cycling or walking, as well as communities on either side of the bridge:

  • A safer crossing for all bridge users with modern, wider lanes, separated by a centre median barrier
  • Dedicated walking and cycling lanes, separated from traffic by a median on both sides of the bridge
  • The new bridge will be built to allow for potential expansion to 6 lanes in the future

In Surrey, the new bridge will continue to connect directly to King George Boulevard, and a new off ramp will connect the bridge to westbound Highway 17.

For ongoing information and updates about the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project, visit the project page.


For construction information, please call the 24/7 Construction Information Line at 1-844-815-6149.

For general project information, please email the project team at: PattulloBridgeProject@gov.bc.ca, or call 778-379-2481.