Como Lake Ave. reopens for westbound traffic

Ground movement observed at Lilian Street shutdown westbound traffic Tuesday night

Como Lake Avenue has reopened after ground settlement caused by FortisBC pipeline work shutdown westbound traffic earlier this week. 

On Tuesday night, the company said in a statement that crews had observed ground movement at the Lilian Street intersection and were closing the road as a precaution. A detour was setup at Schoolhouse Street, directing traffic down Foster Avenue.

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By Friday afternoon, FortisBC said the issues had been resolved and traffic was now moving in both directions. 

“The section was unexpectedly closed this week after a ground movement near the Lillian Street intersection,” the company said in a statement. “The section was already closed to traffic travelling west, with the exception of local access, emergency services and buses. We want to apologize to the community for the inconvenience this temporary detour caused.”



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