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Traffic flow designs of Wadams Way

Workers preparing the curbs for cement on Friday, August 8. - Britt Santowski
Workers preparing the curbs for cement on Friday, August 8.
— image credit: Britt Santowski

Wadams Way is inching its way to completion.

Michael Dillabaugh, Sooke’s Director of Finance, told the Sooke News Mirror that the intersections will be managed through stop signs.

There will be stop signs on Wadams Way going onto Otter Point Road and Church Road. The two intersections in between those points, on Anne Marie and Townsend, will each have stop signs going on to Wadams Way.

“The project is on time,” said Dillabaugh. Completion is set for late August or early September.

 

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