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Starting Monday, May 21, lane restrictions will be in place and the speed limit will be reduced to 30km/h on 132 Avenue between 100 Street and Arbour Hills Boulevard.
Drivers are reminded to drive with caution and to obey all construction signage.
The lane restrictions are to allow Wapiti Gravel Suppliers Ltd. to install concrete curb, gutter and medians, as well as completing paving and line painting in the area as part of the Trader Ridge Development.
Beginning Tuesday, May 22, traffic on 100 Avenue between 105 Street and 108 Street will be reduced to one lane and the speed limit will be reduced to 30km/h.
Wapiti Gravel Suppliers Ltd. will be doing spot replacement of the current concrete curb gutters and sidewalks; some minor repairs to the storm sewers; milling of the current asphalt and paving a new lift of asphalt; and replacing the current pavement markings as part of the 2017 Road Rehabilitation and Overlay Program.
The work is anticipated to be complete by June 30.All major work is scheduled to be performed from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m., while concrete work will occur from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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