City Road Rehab Nearly Complete for This Year
Road rehab projects nearly complete – photo 250News archive
Prince George, B.C. – There are only two major paving projects left on the “to do” list for the City of Prince George’s 2017 road rehab plan.
The $5 million dollar budget for this year saw 35 projects tackled, and 39.65 lane kilometers upgraded .
The largest project was on Foothills Boulevard, which saw 5.68 lane kilometers repaved at a cost of $689 thousand dollars.
There are still two projects on the list that have yet to be completed, one is the repaving of Killarney in the Hart as the final step in the Local Area Service project that saw sewer lines installed. The other is the repaving of a utility site at Vallencher , also in the Hart area of the City, where a new pumphouse will be the final step in the watermain project on Foothills Boulevard.
It is expected the final two projects will be completed by the end of October.