New median islands on roundabout project list

Work is ongoing on the sidewalks, bus bays and paving as weather permits.

  • Nov. 8, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Construction crews have a busy week ahead on the Brownsey Boulevard roundabout and town centre project.

Crews will work on the raised concrete median islands in the roundabout, install retaining wall fences and place top soil.

Work is ongoing on the sidewalks, bus bays and paving as weather permits.

Lane shifts and traffic patterns continue to change as needed but all accesses are still being maintained during construction.

Travellers are reminded to be aware of workers, slow down for their safety, and follow the directions of traffic control personnel.

The $6.8-million project is expected to be completed this month.

 

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