Gillespie Road now open overnight

Single-lane alternating traffic will resume

As of today, Gillespie Road will no longer have overnight closures until further notice.

Single-lane altering traffic will resume 24-hours-a-day, controlled by either traffic signals or traffic control personnel.

North Gate Pacific Contracting, who are doing construction on the new bridge at Roche Cove, asks people use caution when driving through the area.

For more information, please contact project coordinator Amanda Janger by email at admin@ngpc.ca.

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