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Traffic pattern changes near Port Mann

Traffic snarls along the Lougheed Highway are expected over the next week as part of the work for the Port Mann/Highway 1 project.  - TRI-CITY NEWS FILE PHOTO
Traffic snarls along the Lougheed Highway are expected over the next week as part of the work for the Port Mann/Highway 1 project.
— image credit: TRI-CITY NEWS FILE PHOTO

Traffic snarls along the Lougheed Highway are expected over the next week as part of the work for the Port Mann/Highway 1 project.

Between March 21 and 31 there will be three instances when two of three lanes along the eastbound stretch of the Highway between Schoolhouse Street and Coleman Avenue will be closed.

While this is in effect there will be one eastbound lane open to traffic in this area. Signs will indicate when lane closures are in effect.

Anyone with any questions should call 1-866-999-PMH1 or visit www.pmh1project.com.

gmckenna@tricitynews.com

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