A pull-out on Highway 5A near Knutsford to be used commercial vehicle checks should be built by October.
The B.C. ministry of transportation will tender a contract for the work next week.
Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement officers will use the pull-out to conduct inspections on up to five southbound vehicles at a time.
In addition to the pull-out, speed activated LED chevrons and curve warning signs will be installed along the route later this fall.
The chevrons light up at night to provide an indication of curve alignment. The curve warning signs activate when vehicles travel in excess of the posted limit.
Once the pull-out is finished, CVSE will conduct a multi-day, multi-agency road check, followed by frequent checks at random dates and times.
CVSE has increased patrols on Highway 5A to an average of 20 days a month, up from 15.
Nearly 1,000 vehicles use the corridor each day, with commercial truck traffic accounting for about 35 per cent of daily traffic.