During construction, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is committed to minimize delays and maximize predictability for all commuters drivers, transit users, cyclists and pedestrians by undertaking the majority of work outside of peak traffic periods. The ministry will not allow lane closures for construction on Sundays, statutory holidays, or during the hours of a. Monday through Saturday. Nighttime work may include minute traffic stoppages and advance notice will be provided. The contractor may work throughout the night for some activities, but every effort will be made to keep noise minimal for nearby residents. Ministry staff are monitoring traffic throughout to ensure any delays related to construction are minimal. Regular updates and advance notification will be provided as needed through DriveBC , social media, traffic advisories, and changeable message signs. January 6,
Current Traffic Advisories
The Galloping Goose Trail will be closed at the McKenzie interchange starting Monday and continuing until the end of the month to allow installation of a sound wall. Trail users will be able to detour around the closure using McKenzie and Burnside, and crossing McKenzie on the protected overhead path in the area. The detour will be clearly marked and traffic controllers will be on duty as needed. Propeller that fell off plane flying over Saanich was fractured. Kate Ryan-Lloyd appointed as clerk of B. Rollover crash snarls traffic on Highway Former coach who sexually assaulted boys sentenced to more than six years in prison.
Adam Chan Associate Digital Producer. The closure, which affects all cyclists and pedestrians along the trail, is located in between McKenzie Avenue and Burnside Road. During the closure, a detour route will be available and will redirect trail users over McKenzie Avenue on a protected overhead path.
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