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Hwy 14 at Lazzar Rd near Sooke, looking east. (elevation: 22 metres)

Sooke: Hwy 14 at Lazzar Rd near Sooke, looking west. (Elevation: 22 metres.)


Sooke: Sookeahalla, Suyer Road, Hwy 14, between Langford and Sooke near Suyer Rd, looking east. (elevation: 123 metres)

Sooke traffic

Hwy 14 at Kangaroo Rd, looking east. (elevation: 85 metres)

Hwy 14 at Kangaroo Rd, looking west. (elevation: 85 metres)

 


Sooke: Admirals-McKenzie – E, At Hwy 1 and Admirals (McKenzie St). Looking east. (Elevation: 40 metres)


Sooke: Admirals-McKenzie – W. At Hwy 1 and Admirals (McKenzie St). Looking west. (Elevation: 40 metres)


Hwy 14 near Cormorant Way/Trailhead Dr, looking east.


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Comments

Sooke Traffic — 8 Comments

  1. 60 kilometres per hour or less from port renfrew to the sookahalla with no where to pass . Some corners you take a little slower, the rest of the way should be at least 70 k or more. Most of us enjoy freedom of movement and unfortunately if you can’t, pass road rage comes into play and drivers speed excessivle to pass and become an accident waiting to happen. Personally because of my age I can remember when provincial highway speeds were 70 M.P.H. Less stress and more practical.

    • “Road rage comes into play?” and you’re so helpless over your own emotions that you “become an accident waiting to happen,” huh?

      No, you’re making a CHOICE to take out your frustration on other people by driving dangerously, even though you know you may cause a crash.

      Most of the Sooke Road traffic is going 70 anyway. I don’t care if it’s two lanes, four, or six, it’s the people who think they’re entitled to flout the law, take everything personally, blame other people, blame the road, etc. who are the ones causing problems. And then to come on a page people check to find out if there’s been a crash, ranting about how the rest of us should get behind your dangerous driving? Seriously?

      The western communities are growing fast. There are houses, driveways, people walking to bus stops, schools, families with pets and kids living on both sides of the road. Next time you feel your road rage “coming into play” ask yourself how you’d live with yourself if you killed a little kid, and get a grip.

        • There needs to be 3 speed sign with regards to the conditions of the road , is it raining ? 60k
          Is it dry 70k
          Is it dry and light out 75k
          If you want to drive it Nader 60k? Then pull over when you have 3 or more cars behind you.

      • Except that Richard Lewers didn’t say that he can’t control himself, he didn’t say he experiences road rage. Probably witnesses it, as I do. So maybe back off and re-read what he actually wrote “if YOU can’t, pass road rage comes into play and drivers speed excessively to pass and become an accident waiting to happen”.
        Maybe he could have said, when people or drivers can’t pass. . .
        Regardless I didn’t assume he was talking about himself. So to all you Keyboard social justice warriors – put your knives away. Take a breath and read what he said.
        BTW – So many times I and 5 or 10 others have been stuck behind a pokey driver and Mr / mrs. Oblivious won’t pull over at a turnout lane/place to let others by. Now that is annoying. I don’t know about BC but other provinces had traffic laws that require drivers driving slowly and impeding traffic to pull over and let them pass – In Alberta it is 6 vehicles behind you must pull over.
        So Mr J Smith maybe you should get a grip – learn how to actually read something!

  2. Otter Point road is supposed to be 50 but you take your life into your own hands sometimes pulling out of a driveway or trying to cross the street to get to the mailbox. Would LOVE to see some speed traps out our way especially in the summer

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