Storm drain installation on Highway 14 from Church to Anna Marie roads is part of the construction cycle of the Brownsey Boulevard roundabout and town centre project.

Sidewalks, curbs under construction on Brownsey Boulevard roundabout project

Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians are reminded to watch for changing traffic patterns during construction.

  • Oct. 19, 2015 1:00 p.m.

Storm drain installation on Highway 14 from Church to Anna Marie roads is part of the construction cycle of the  Brownsey Boulevard roundabout and town centre project this week.

Work is also continuing on sidewalks, curbs and gutters near Anna Marie Road.

Weather permitting, concrete will be poured for the westbound bus pullout on Highway 14 in front of Evergreen Centre.

The District of Sooke is contributing $3.1 million for the roundabout, which fuses Sooke Road, Brownsey Boulevard and the Evergreen Centre entrance into one loop.

The province takes care of the rest with an additional $6 million for a complete revamp of Sooke Road between Otter Point and Church roads.

The project remains on time and on budget.

Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians are reminded to watch for changing traffic patterns during construction.

 

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