Crews are nearing completion of the remaining ground evaluations of the pipeline, as expected, in the Coquihalla and Coldwater regions. Much of the work to re-divert watercourses where flooding resulted in water flows on the right-of-way has been completed. A critical temporary bridge is nearing completion. Trans Mountain teams worked through the night to accelerate this work in the face of worsening weather.

Trans Mountain has set up seven staging areas in the most affected areas, including two dedicated to helicopter operations, to act as bases for equipment and resources. Our response includes more than 400 people, seven helicopters and some 100 pieces of heavy equipment in the Coquihalla and Coldwater regions, focused on getting the pipeline restarted.