Port Mann Bridge traffic

The Port Mann Bridge is one of Metro Vancouver’s major Fraser River crossings and the region’s primary east-west economic corridor for both commercial and commuter traffic.

The new Port Mann Bridge opened and tolling began on December 1, 2012 as part of the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project. Tolls were removed on September 1, 2017.

What are traffic volumes like on the Port Mann Bridge?

Traffic volumes fluctuate day to day and season by season. Weekday traffic is typically higher than on weekends or holidays, and traffic is typically at its highest during the summer and trends downwards through the fall and winter.

Monthly traffic data is included in the tables below.

Monthly Average
Weekday Traffic
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
January 95,200 92,200 96,900 103,000 112,000
February 100,900 94,300 101,700 107,500 111,200
March 104,000 98,200 104,000  109,900 118,600
April 106,400 101,400 105,000  116,600 122,500
May 107,500 103,700 108,500  132,700 123,400
June 108,900 106,300 112,300  139,100 127,800
July 111,000 107,700 111,800  139,200 130,000
August 112,700 110,600 112,100  140,400 133,200
September 107,600 106,600 110,900  126,300 153,700
October 107,000 104,700 110,900  120,500
November 102,800 101,500 107,100  119,000
December 95,000 97,500 104,100  108,700

 

Total Monthly
Traffic (Millions)
2014 2015 2016 2017
January 2.66 2.74 2.89 3.08
February 2.42 2.74 2.89 2.79
March 2.71 2.90  3.16 3.41
April 2.83 2.94  3.27 3.29
May 2.98 3.11  3.84 3.58
June 2.95 3.17   3.82 3.57
July 3.18 3.24  4.00 3.75
August 3.25 3.21   4.08 3.79
September 3.02 3.12  3.43 4.36
October 3.05 3.23  3.36
November 2.77 2.95  3.23
December 2.85 3.02  3.01

 

Where can I get more detailed traffic information?

As part of the Provincial Highway system, traffic data for the Port Mann Bridge is available on the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s Traffic Data web page. Data for all bridges is posted quarterly.