British Columbia Highway 9

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The Highway 7 in British Columbia extends from Vancouver along the Fraser River east to Hope. He runs largely parallel to Highway 1, the Trans-Canada Highway, however, on the north bank of the Fraser River. The highway has a length of 142 km.

Route description

The highway begins in Vancouver in the center of the city on Highway 99, at the intersection of Granville St. and West Broadway. The highway follows the West Broadway east through Burnaby, tangent to Highway 1, but there is no direct transition between two highways. While Highway 1 crosses the Fraser River to the south, Highway 7 remains on the north shore. In Port Coquitlam Highway 7A opens out, just before crossing the Pitt Rivers encounters still Highway 7B, a connection to Highway 1, too. The highway passes through Maple Ridge to Mission, there branches off Highway 11 south towards Abbotsford and border to the United States from. Before Agassiz Highway 9 to Harrison Hot Springs flows forth a coming. It is run for about two kilometers a double award with two highways, then branches off Highway 9 south again. Highway 9 thus forms the easternmost connection between Highway 1 and Highway 7 before it empties into Highway 1. Highway 7 follows the Fraser River in a northeasterly direction and then flows north of Hope in Highway 1