VANCOUVER (Corporate Media) – Remember Stop-the-Pave? They were the folks who protested the construction of the new Port Mann Bridge.
They’re prepared to stand up again, this time against the bridge that will replace the Massey Tunnel.
The group believes the bridge over the south arm of the Fraser represents the same issues as the new Port Mann does: more cars, more pollution, and more congestion.
“But it’s got an added component. The bridge is actually designed to allow larger coal ships and larger oil tankers into the Fraser. So there is a triple reason to oppose it,” says the group’s Eric Doherty.