Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp) is the
public Crown corporation responsible for toll operations on the Port Mann
Bridge and construction of the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project. TI Corp
manages TReO, the all-electronic toll system on the Port Mann Bridge to pay for
project construction and the operation and maintenance of
37 kilometres of
improvements on Highway 1.
The new Port Mann Bridge, expanded high occupancy vehicle
(HOV) network, transit priority facilities and a widened Highway 1 have helped
cut round-trip travel times on this corridor by up to 50 per cent, and has
allowed for public transit over the crossing for the first time in over 25
TI Corp’s primary mandate is to manage and ensure successful delivery and implementation of the Port Mann/Highway1 Improvement Project. TI Corp is also mandated to recover the capital costs of the project as well as operating and maintenance costs of the bridge and highway for a period of up to 40 years.
To develop and implement self‐sustaining infrastructure projects for the benefit of British Columbians.
We are accountable for our actions, celebrate our wins and learn from our mistakes. We work hard to inspire commitment, trust and honesty amongst our team to deliver best in class service.
Together, we make decisions and solve problems by combining knowledge, leveraging creativity and learning from each other’s experiences. We embrace opportunities where we can engage our team, our stakeholders and most importantly our customers to achieve results.
We take every opportunity to serve our customers, support our community and respect the environment. We look for ways in which we can help one another achieve goals and support a healthy work/life balance.
We take pride in working as a smart team who create, sustain and improve intelligent systems and innovative solutions that allow us to do more with less and empower our customers to make informed decisions.
We continually look for new ways to benefit our customers and sustain our business by delivering quality results through good use of our time, effort and resources.
CODE OF CONDUCT
At Transportation Investment Corporation we all have a responsibility to conduct ourselves in a responsible and ethical manner, displaying the highest levels of integrity to instill trust and credibility with all our stakeholders.
To view TI Corp's Code of Conduct, Click Here.
- Reduce congestion and travel times;
- Improve safety and accessibility;
- Facilitate expanded transit service; and
- Expand the transportation network to better accommodate high occupancy vehicles (HOV), cyclists and pedestrians.
Partners, clients, stakeholders
TI Corp's key responsibilities are to pay for the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project within the prescribed time period, and the ongoing management and oversight of the design-build contractor and their activities, ensuring that construction proceeds on budget and on time with minimal disruption to road and bridge users.
Our key partners include:
- Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure/BC Transportation Financing Authority
- Municipalities adjacent to the corridor
- Insurance Corporation of British Columbia
- Kiewit/Flatiron General Partnership
- Trans Canada Flow Tolling Inc. (TC Flow)
- Sanef ITS Inc.
- Mainroad Infrastructure Management Limited Partnership
- V-Flow Tolling Inc.
Key stakeholders and clients include tolling customers, businesses and industries that will benefit from the project improvements and those providing advice and input:
- TI Corp's customers, the travelling public
- RCMP and other first responders
- First Nations
- Businesses, Chambers of Commerce
- Commercial trucking, service companies and drivers
TI Corp locations
Corp operates TReO Customer Service Centres in Surrey and Coquitlam. These locations are conveniently located close to Highway 1 on both sides of the bridge so drivers can pay their tolls or receive customer service before or after they travel.
TI Corp also operates a construction project office with project personnel in their field daily along the 37 kilometers of highway improvements:
Corporate Head Office:
Suite 210 - 1500 Woolridge Street, Coquitlam, B.C. V3K 0B9
TReO Coquitlam Customer Service Centre:
2nd Floor, 1500 Woolridge Street, Coquitlam, B.C. V3K 0B9
TReO Surrey Customer Service Centre:
16300 104 Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V4N 1Y5