TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Church Road & Throup Road Intersection

Construction begins this for pedestrian improvements at the Church and Throup Road intersection.

  • Sep. 26, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Construction starts for pedestrian improvements at the Church and Throup Road intersection this morning.

The work is expected to last two weeks, with an expected completion date of Oct. 7,, says the District of Sooke in a press release

Work to be completed includes extending a portion of culvert; adding a manhole; widening the road shoulder; and installing asphalt sidewalk on Church Road connecting to Throup Road.

There will be single lane alternating traffic Monday to Friday, between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Delays should be minimal but there are alternate routes available for those who would like to avoid the construction.

 

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