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Road Rehab Rolls Out

Thursday, April 28, 2016 @ 10:03 AM


Tulip  Road  one of streets in the Hart  undergoing road rehab this week – photo 250News

Prince George, B.C.- The first of the $7 million  dollar road rehab projects in Prince George   is underway.

Operations have started in Hart neighbourhood with  work expected to be complete by the end of the week depending upon the weather.

Crews  are working  on the following:

  • Lilac Crescent, Tulip Road, Snowdrop Drive, Edelweiss Road, and Richet Street (lane kilometers 3.866). Estimated cost: $278,000. Expected completion: April 29 (weather-dependent).
  • Minotti Drive and Grant Road (lane kilometers 2.542). Estimated cost $199,000. Expected completion: May 6 (weather-dependent).
  • Eastern Street (lane kilometers 1.050). Estimated cost: $70,000. Expected completion: May 6, (weather-dependent).

Crews will also be paving a portion of Caine Drive on Connaught Hill that was removed as part of this spring’s slope stability project. They will be installing “no post” barriers after the paving is completed. Operations should be finished and Connaught Hill Park opened to vehicular traffic the week of May 6 depending upon the weather.

Motorists are advised to look for alternate routes whenever possible and to drive with caution around road crews.


Met a guy that was upset that they chose this week to do road rehab in his area he was quite upset about it because it inconvenienced him as he was doing home projects and interfered with his ability to get more wood and stuff

Just no pleasing some people

funny how all the streets out side city limits up north Kelly are paved. inside city limits are gravel. dust control might get dun by end of june but put on so thin its gone in 2 to 3 weeks. so I can’t be to simplistic if the pavement is a littlw ruff downtown.

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