Drivers are advised to watch for temporary shifts in the travelling lanes on Highway 1, as work continues on the McKenzie interchange over the long weekend.
The work is expected to be complete on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
While the watermain system is connected and tested, traffic is running on the same temporary alignment that was put in place for a limited time in February. For southbound traffic, the highway will continue to have jogs on either side of the Admirals/McKenzie intersection. Northbound traffic has a minor diversion north of the intersection.
These temporary alignments are designed for motorists to pass through safely at 50 km/h. Drivers are asked to keep moving through the construction site while following signs, watching for workers and obeying the construction speed limit of 50 km/h.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure thanks motorists for their patience while this work is completed.
For traffic advisories, go to DriveBC.ca
For general updates, visit the McKenzie Interchange project website.