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Highway 1 detours Thursday and Friday night

Highway 1 westbound will be detoured at the first exit after the Port Mann bridge and will rejoin the highway at the Coleman Avenue on ramp on Thursday and Friday night. - SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Highway 1 westbound will be detoured at the first exit after the Port Mann bridge and will rejoin the highway at the Coleman Avenue on ramp on Thursday and Friday night.
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Highway 1 westbound will be detoured at the first exit after the Port Mann bridge and will rejoin the highway at the Coleman Avenue on-ramp on Thursday and Friday night.

The closure on Thursday will take place between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m., while the Friday night closure will take place between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

During these times, the Lougheed Highway westbound and the on-ramp to Highway 1 westbound from the Mary Hill Bypass will also be closed. Mary Hill westbound drivers will be detoured to the Coleman on-ramp, while Lougheed Highway westbound drivers will be detoured to United Boulevard.

Drivers are asked to exercise caution at all times and obey all construction signs and speed limits.

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