Pacific Way now open to traffic

By Jill Sperling
October 28, 2016 - 4:05pm

KAMLOOPS — Traffic will soon be flowing normally along Pacific Way. 

Rehabilitation work that began in July is complete, and consisted of replacement of 800 m of water main. 

Capital Project Manager Darren Crundwell says the project took a bit longer than expected, but came in under the $2.9 million budget.

"We will be a little bit under budget. We did not use any of the contingency money we had, we also made some decisions during the construction to re-align and re-use some materials on site. So there is some cost savings, I don't have the exact numbers - but they will be reported out soon," said Crundwell.

Crundwell says drivers can still expect a few single-lane closures.

"There will be some single-lane alternating traffic for very small periods of time for clean up, and to do a bit of work still in the job site. The road is opened up for the most part." 

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