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Traffic pattern changes expected along United Boulevard

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Traffic pattern changes along United Boulevard are expected starting this month as crews continue their work on the Port Mann/Highawy 1 construction project.

Starting mid-January and continuing until mid-February detours will be required between Burbidge and Schooner Street. The majority of the work is expected to take place at night but some work may be required during the day to take advantage of good weather.

One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction at all times and work will occur in off-peak hours to minimize any traffic disruptions.

Several detours will be necessary while this work is taking place including:

And:

Detour routes will be well-signed and traffic control personnel will be on-site. Drivers are reminded to use caution at all times and to watch out for crews and equipment.

gmckenna@tricitynews.com

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