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Retaining Wall Stabilization on Marine Drive
Retaining wall stabilization work at the 6600, 5500 and 5200 blocks of Marine Drive is underway. There will be lane and sidewalk closures, resulting in single lane alternating traffic. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, February 23 and will take approximately 6 weeks.
Burley Drive from Inglewood to Kings
Burley Drive will remain open to thru-traffic, but there will be periodic lane closures and some times when vehicle access is restricted. No on-street parking is allowed on Burley or Inglewood during construction. Repaving work is scheduled to begin mid-February and will take approximately 4 weeks, depending on weather.
Marine Drive at 25th Street
To reduce traffic impact, night repaving will take place from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. on March 19, 20, and 21. Work is weather dependent. There will be some restricted access for vehicles and pedestrians during construction. Sidewalk and repaving work is scheduled to begin March 2 and should take approximately 2 weeks.
4400 & 4500 block Keith Road
Utilities work will begin the week of February 16 and take approximately 18 weeks. Keith Road will remain open during construction, but there will be times when vehicle access will be restricted.
Queens Avenue & 21st Street Roadwork (Phase 2)
Utilities work on 2100 block Queens Ave will begin the week of March 2. Construction in the area is expected to continue until mid-September.
2100 block Queens Ave will be closed to thru-traffic during construction. 21st Street will remain open, but vehicle access will be restricted at times. A traffic control person will be onsite during construction hours (7 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure — Improvements to Lions Gate Bridge North Approach
In response to noise concerns from local residents, the Ministry has adjusted the schedule for nighttime work for the remaining construction.
Lane closures start at 7 p.m. Noisy work will take place only until midnight.
Traffic delays are expected as a result of the changed work schedule. Drivers are also advised that this work will require the use of temporary road plates. All travellers are encouraged to drive with caution and watch for road signs indicating "Bump Ahead".
This change also requires daytime closures of the bridge and viaduct sidewalks. Only one sidewalk will be closed at any given time. Detour signs will be posted to direct cyclists and pedestrians to the open sidewalk so that they can continue to use the bridge at all times.
During regular business hours, residents can contact the Project Information Office at 604-527-3103 or by email at LionsGateBridge@gov.bc.ca. With noise concerns during evening hours, please call Mr. Peter Chiu at 604-838-0764.
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