Public invited to share ideas on Sooke Road plans

  • Jun. 12, 2018 3:00 p.m.

The public is invited to attend a public open house in Sooke this Tuesday (June 19) about proposed improvements and plans for the Highway 14 corridor between Langford and Port Renfrew.

This will be a drop-in style open house. Ministry staff will be at the session to answer questions and receive feedback.

For those unable to attend, just before the start of the open house, information will be posted online: www.gov.bc.ca/highway14.

Input can be provided online via the website, or by emailing: highway14@gov.bc.ca.

The open house is Edward Milne Community School (Upper Commons area) from 4 to 8 p.m.

Earlier this year, the province announced major work to Sooke and West Coast roads from Langford to Port Renfrew, with a promise of more improvements in the future.

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