That road construction about 25 kilometres south of the city will continue for more than another year.
Once complete motorists will drive through the Stone Creek area on a divided four lane highway.
Southbound lanes will run down along the Fraser river while northbound lanes will use the current road surface higher on the mountain side.
Crews demolished the old train bridge this week and will focus on the construction of a kilometre worth of rip rap scour protection along the river, and a 600 metre long soil nail retaining wall.
Paving of the two southbound lanes will take place next spring, with project completion set for the fall of 2018.