We don't need another deep sea port
Another motor vehicle crossing in its self is not the answer. We must design it in keeping with some form of rapid transit and high-speed rail. We must design it to have the least detrimental affect on the ecosystem of the Fraser River as the George Massey Tunnel was.
The Fraser River cannot be just a deep cement lined ditch that will allow deep sea ships to dock at New Westminster and the Surrey-Delta docks. We already have a deep sea port at Roberts Bank and Vancouver—we don't need another one.
The Fraser River is the greatest salmon bearing river in the world and has been recognized as such by the World Ramsar designation. Not only does it provide the means for the migration of salmon, but the nutrients at its mouth for many shellfish and other species. It provides the marshland for the Pacific Flyway and the continued existence of wildfowl.
The Fraser River is a living, breathing ecosystem that supports our life on this earth and it must be preserved if we ourselves are to continue to exist.