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Call centre to handle Evergreen Line traffic concerns

The B.C. Ministry of Transportation has posted a YouTube video about the Evergreen Line. - FILE
The B.C. Ministry of Transportation has posted a YouTube video about the Evergreen Line.
— image credit: FILE

A free traffic information line is now available to help the traveling public plan their commutes during construction of the Evergreen Line.

Members of the public can call 604-927-2080 to receive the most-up-to-date traffic information related to the Evergreen Line.

A call made to the call centre Tuesday revealed construction plans for a power line supply upgrade in Coquitlam at Como Lake Avenue to start Wednesday, Feb. 29.

Also, every Friday afternoon, new traffic alert information will be available on the Evergreen Line website: www.evergreeenline.gov.bc.ca

A Business Liaison Program is also in place to offer two-way communication between businesses located along the Evergreen Line route and the project team.

People can also receive traffic alerts via email at info@evergreenline.gov.bc.ca

Residents, businesses and commuters can also receive project updates by visiting the Evergreen Line Facebook page:www.facebook.com/evergreenline
or following on Twitter @TranBC

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