By Chris JohnstonUpdated June 28, 2018 06:05:50Canada’s new rail project, dubbed the $20 billion Northern Gateway, will include the construction of a rail line that would connect the Pacific to the Atlantic, according to a report from the Canadian railway company that will be the first in the world.
The Northern Gateway Project will be built on an existing section of the B.C. Highway 1, which runs from the town of Victoria to the Port Mann and the Fraser Valley.
The project will connect the existing B.S.K.M.I.E. highway, which connects the Fraser to the Pacific, with the new railway line that will connect to the Trans Mountain pipeline in the Fraser.
The Trans Mountain Pipeline, which is under construction along the Fraser River, will run through the pipeline.
The B.B.C.’s new rail line will be named after former British Columbia premier Gordon Campbell.
The company will have the option to name the route after Campbell’s son.
The rail line is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
The railway project will also include the building of a terminal at the terminal at Fort Nelson, with a capacity of more than 100,000 passengers per day.
The $20 Billion Northern Gateway project is the largest project in Canada’s history and has the backing of a number of large Canadian companies, including Royal Bank of Canada, Enbridge Inc., BNSF Railway, Canada West Inc., Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and Suncor Energy Corp.
The new line will also have direct access to the Fraser river, which was previously only accessible by a section of a highway in Victoria.