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B.C. Reg. 38/2022, deposited February 22, 2022, under the BALANCED BUDGET AND MINISTERIAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT [section 9]. Regulation of Treasury Board, dated January 27, 2022.
Treasury Board orders that the attached Minister of State for Infrastructure Expected Results for the 2022/2023 Fiscal Year Regulation is made.
— S. ROBINSON, Chair, Treasury Board.
MINISTER OF STATE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE EXPECTED
RESULTS FOR THE 2022/2023 FISCAL YEAR
Application of this regulation
1 This regulation applies to the Minister of State for Infrastructure for the 2022/2023 fiscal year.
2 In this regulation, "Act" means the Balanced Budget and Ministerial Accountability Act.
Minister of State for Infrastructure
3 The expected results that the Minister of State for Infrastructure is to achieve for the purposes of section 5 (3) of the Act are as follows:
(a) work with the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure to advance critical pieces of transportation infrastructure that will benefit communities across B.C. and support B.C.'s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic;
(b) work with the TransLink Mayors' Council through its 10-year planning process to continue work to extend the Millennium Line to Arbutus Street, with an eventual terminus at UBC, and ensure prompt design and construction of the Surrey-Langley Skytrain;
(c) continue to support planning to improve the movement of goods and people in the Fraser Valley, including the widening of Highway 1;
(d) work with the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure to advance a replacement for the George Massey crossing to support communities on both sides of the Fraser River;
(e) work with the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure to advance the successful completion of the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project;
(f) work with Cabinet colleagues, communities, and regions to support the planning and development of key transit projects, like high-speed transit links for the North Shore and the expansion of rail up the Fraser Valley, which will bring cleaner transit, support economic growth and deliver more construction jobs for B.C. workers;
(g) submit to Cabinet a report on the results referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f) on or before March 31, 2023.
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