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Eagleridge Drive near Marine Drive
Traffic control will be on site as work is underway to install a new pedestrian crossing signal. Work begins November 26 with vegetation removal. The new signal will feature pedestrian-activated lights to notify drivers when pedestrians are present, improving safety for people crossing Eagleridge Drive to access Seaview Walk and the Spirit Trail. For more information, contact Fraser Kettner at 604-925-7028 or by email.
Burley Drive at Inglewood Avenue
Vehicle access will be restricted due to construction, although roads will remain open. Water utility work is on-going, and road repairs will take place late November. Please watch for the traffic control person. For more information, contact Stephen Goss by email or 604-925-2170.
Improvements to Lions Gate Bridge North Approach
Project Update for September 17
Joint replacement work will begin this week and will require nighttime lane closures. Crews are working to minimize noise for surrounding residents as much as possible. However, because work will require pavement cutting and use of jack hammers, some intermittent loud noise may occur.
Background: The provincial Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is undertaking Improvements to the Lions Gate Bridge North Approach Viaduct beginning in July 2014. Deck joints and bearings on the North Approach Viaduct – the elevated roadway connecting Marine Drive to the suspension bridge – are reaching the end of their useful life.
3500 to 3700 block Sunset Lane reconstruction
Work and lane closures are on-going, with completion expected late November. Please email Fraser Kettner or call him at 604-925-7028 if you have questions.
Queens Avenue & 21st Street Roadwork
Watermain cosntruciotn is complete, road works are on-going. There will be some lane closures during daytime, please watch for traffic control person.
Trans-Canada Highway at Nelson Creek Bridge
The Ministry of Transportation is upgrading the bridge located three kilometres east of Horseshoe Bay. During construction:
- Area residents will notice noise
- The Trans Canada Trail under the bridge is closed
- A cycling detour will be in effect
For all construction zones, drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes to avoid delays. There is no on-street parking within the construction zones.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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