Port Mann Bridge Highway 1 (PMH1)

The Port Mann Bridge is a 10-lane cable-stayed bridge that opened to traffic in 2012. It is currently the second longest cable-stayed bridge in North America and was the widest bridge in the world until the opening of the new Bay Bridge in California.

The cable-stayed bridge replaced a steel arch bridge that spanned the Fraser River, connecting Coquitlam to Surrey in British Columbia near Vancouver. In order to recover construction and operating costs, the bridge was electronically tolled when originally built.


The Port Mann Bridge Back Office System (BOS) solution provided customer service and account management for the electronic toll processing. The Back Office System was provided by emovis which required customization based on the Port Mann Bridge business rules to manage operations and provide customer service.

PSS contribution

P Square solutions team under the general software development and consulting services developed the financial engine for Back Office System (BOS) provided by emovis. The team developed the financial management modules features including financial reconcilations and reporting and developed new interoperability interface to Golden Ears Bridge BOS. Case Management module for the BOS system to handle and track customer cases was also developed. The team developed independent interfaces from BOS to the payment gateway system, Address lookup, Refuse to Issue (RTI) similar to DMV hold and provided support after the project go-live phase.

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