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The launching truss was transported to Coquitlam Central Station, where crews will continue to build the elevated guideway north to Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station.

On February 13, 2015, the provincial government announced that the opening of the line would be delayed until late 2016, due to slower-than-expected tunnel boring process.

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The launching truss was transported to Coquitlam Central Station, where crews will continue to build the elevated guideway north to Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station.On February 13, 2015, the provincial government announced that the opening of the line would be delayed until late 2016, due to slower-than-expected tunnel boring process.

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The launching truss was transported to Coquitlam Central Station, where crews will continue to build the elevated guideway north to Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station.

On February 13, 2015, the provincial government announced that the opening of the line would be delayed until late 2016, due to slower-than-expected tunnel boring process.

Of the projected $1.4 billion cost for the Evergreen Line, Trans Link would provide $400 million, the provincial government would contribute $583 million, and the federal government would contribute $417 million.

Transportation Minister Blair Lekstrom announced that construction was expected to begin in mid-2012, soon after a winning bid for construction was to be chosen from three shortlisted builders.

The Evergreen Extension (previously known as the Evergreen Line) is a 10.9-kilometre (6.8 mi) long extension of the Sky Train rapid transit Millennium Line for the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (Trans Link) in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

It extends the Sky Train network from Lougheed Town Centre in Burnaby to Lafarge Lake–Douglas in Coquitlam, with the addition of six new Sky Train stations and major upgrades to two existing stations (Commercial–Broadway Station and Lougheed Town Centre). The line uses tunnels and elevated guideways, and the same automated technology as the Sky Train rapid transit lines operated by Trans Link elsewhere in Metro Vancouver.

.4 billion cost for the Evergreen Line, Trans Link would provide 0 million, the provincial government would contribute 3 million, and the federal government would contribute 7 million.

Transportation Minister Blair Lekstrom announced that construction was expected to begin in mid-2012, soon after a winning bid for construction was to be chosen from three shortlisted builders.

The Evergreen Extension (previously known as the Evergreen Line) is a 10.9-kilometre (6.8 mi) long extension of the Sky Train rapid transit Millennium Line for the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (Trans Link) in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

It extends the Sky Train network from Lougheed Town Centre in Burnaby to Lafarge Lake–Douglas in Coquitlam, with the addition of six new Sky Train stations and major upgrades to two existing stations (Commercial–Broadway Station and Lougheed Town Centre). The line uses tunnels and elevated guideways, and the same automated technology as the Sky Train rapid transit lines operated by Trans Link elsewhere in Metro Vancouver.

The stations have been built in the following order: In October 2014, the elevated guideway section between Lougheed Town Centre Station to the South Tunnel Portal was completed.

On July 19, 2012, the Government of Canada, the City of Coquitlam, and Coquitlam Centre Mall reached an agreement to add Lincoln Station onto the Evergreen Line, with the federal government contributing million to the public-private partnership.

On December 8, 2012, the final early works contract for the Evergreen Line was awarded and was to be completed by March 2013.

In May 2012, preliminary construction began, including the removal of some buildings and the construction of underground utility tunnels in certain areas of Port Moody and Coquitlam.

At the same time, the province also awarded contracts to widen sections of North Road that were to be affected by construction of the line in the middle of the year.

The stations have been built in the following order: In October 2014, the elevated guideway section between Lougheed Town Centre Station to the South Tunnel Portal was completed.

On July 19, 2012, the Government of Canada, the City of Coquitlam, and Coquitlam Centre Mall reached an agreement to add Lincoln Station onto the Evergreen Line, with the federal government contributing million to the public-private partnership.

On December 8, 2012, the final early works contract for the Evergreen Line was awarded and was to be completed by March 2013.

In May 2012, preliminary construction began, including the removal of some buildings and the construction of underground utility tunnels in certain areas of Port Moody and Coquitlam.

At the same time, the province also awarded contracts to widen sections of North Road that were to be affected by construction of the line in the middle of the year.

Until there is project certainty, the planned consultation process in support of detailed design, the planned submission of the Application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate and the anticipated start date of the project construction are delayed.” This prompted local news agencies to interpret the statement as meaning Trans Link had shelved the project.