The Ministry of Transportation is going back to work on the Lions Gate Bridge, and it is hoping to avoid the whole bump fiasco that occurred last time it did bridge work.
On April 2nd, ministry workers will install long ramps on both sides of where the work will be done next month.
The hope is drivers won’t notice as they drive by.
Last August, thick metal plates caused traffic gridlock as drivers freaked out about going over the bump.
— BC Transportation (@TranBC) March 29, 2016