The Golden Ears Bridge is a six-lane extra dosed bridge in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia. It spans the Fraser River, connecting Langley on the south side with Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge on the north side.
Award of the concession in 1996 included online widening of the motorway between junctions 1a-3, adding an extra lane of motorway (dual 3 to dual 4) in both directions whilst maintaining the traffic flows.
The concession includes operation and maintenance of the route from Bangor on the mainland to Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey, which is a 40Km section of dual 2-Lane carriageway, part of which crosses the Menai Straits along the Britannia Bridge.
The 30-year Sirhowy Enterprise Way concession covers the design, build, finance and operation of improvements to the A4048/A472 strategic highway network between the north of Blackwood and the east of Pontllanfraith.
The A130 was the first local authority road to be built using PFI, with new investment totaling £100 million. Built in two sections, the project consists of 14km of dual 2-lane carriageway, a grade separated interchange and 19 structures.