Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a proposed new three-berth container terminal in Delta, British Columbia that would provide additional capacity of 2.4 million TEUs per year to ensure that Canada is able to meet trade plans and objectives through to the mid- to late-2030s. The project would be located approximately 5.5 kilometres offshore in deep, subtidal waters to minimize environmental effects. The new terminal would have a berth length of up to 1,300 metres, long enough for the mooring of three ships, and a width of up to 700 metres to support terminal components, such as a container storage yard and rail intermodal yard. The existing causeway would be widened to accommodate road and rail improvements, and the tug basin at existing Roberts Bank terminals would be expanded. As part of the environmental assessment process for the project, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority submitted an environmental impact statement for the project to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency in March 2015. The port authority is responding to an information request made by the federal government and is hopeful that a decision on the project can be made soon after a response has been provided. The request for qualifications to begin the design-build procurement process will be issued after the government approves the project.