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Road closures in Coquitlam part of Port Mann upgrades

The Lougheed Highway between the Cape Horn Interchange and the Coleman Avenue on-ramp will be closed for two months as part of the construction work taking place on the Port Mann/Highway1 Improvement Project.  - SUBMITTED PHOTO
The Lougheed Highway between the Cape Horn Interchange and the Coleman Avenue on-ramp will be closed for two months as part of the construction work taking place on the Port Mann/Highway1 Improvement Project.
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One lane of the Lougheed Highway between the Cape Horn Interchange and the Coleman Avenue on-ramp will be closed for two months as part of the construction work taking place for the Port Mann/Highway1 Improvement Project.

Drivers are being asked to use alternate routes while this temporary traffic pattern change is taking place.

Eight lanes on the new bridge opened in December but work continues on many of the on-ramps and approaches to the new bridge.

For more information go to www.pmh1project.com.

gmckenna@tricitynews.com

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