Fraser River Port
Review and History

The Fraser River Port is a complex network of shipping lanes, support services, and facilities on the Fraser River, the longest river in British Columbia, Canada. The port is linked to the greater Vancouver metropolitan area by the Queensboro Bridge, about 18 kilometers southeast of the city center.

Since 1913, the Fraser River Port Authority managed port facilities and operations. In early 2008, three mainland port authorities were combined to form the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, which they chose to rename the Port Metro Vancouver. To learn more about the city of Vancouver and its major port, please refer to Vancouver Port Detail here on World Port Source.

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