Intersection Upgrades Underway at Ospika & Ferry
Prince George, B.C. – Work has begun to signalize the busy intersection of Ferry Avenue and Ospika Boulevard in Prince George.
The City says work started July 26 and is scheduled to last six to eight weeks (which will be followed up with a commissioning period to test and fine tune the new lights).
Initial work has involved the installation of concrete bases for new poles and will continue with excavations for the installation of ducting, median reconstruction to improve left turns and the installation of new poles, signals and street lights.
The City reminds motorists there will be traffic disruptions at various times as the work proceeds and will include lane closures in each direction.
The work is being done by Westcana Electric of Prince George. The project has been budgeted at $200,000.