More road work is planned for Highway 14 this spring. (Sooke News Mirror)

Public info session set for Highway 14 improvements near Sooke

Road widening, park-and-ride facility, paving and wider shoulders part of project

The provincial government will host a public information session on Tuesday (Dec. 3) to layout plans about two safety improvement projects planned for Highway 14 near Sooke.

Highlights of the two projects include:

• Widening and realigning a section of Highway 14 located generally between Glinz Lake and Connie roads.

• Construction of a new intersection and park and ride facility at Gillespie Road.

• Construction of wider shoulders and paving approximately 11 kilometres of the highway between Otter Point Road and Woodhaven Road, west of Sooke.

RELATED: Province announces more improvements for Highway 14

The information session is at Edward Milne Community School, 6218 Sooke Rd., from 5 to 8 p.m.

Anyone unable to attend can find more information and provide feedback online at www.gov.bc.ca/highway14.

This information will be available online following the conclusion of the open house.



editor@sookenewsmirror.com

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