Langley City closes 203rd Street bridge until early 2017

The 203rd Street project and upgrades at the downtown bus exchange will impact the public.

Langley City will have some downtown roads impacted for summertime roadwork.

The 203rd Street project to install a roundabout and other amenities began last week with the area around 203rd Street from Michaud Crescent to 48th Avenue under construction.

The work lasts Aug. 15 to Jan. 27, 2017. The Nicomekl Bridge will be closed to traffic Aug. 22 to early next year for widening.

Coast Mountain will be rerouting affected bus routes and motorists are advised to find other routes.

Construction takes place 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local traffic can still access the area.

Pile driving to seismically upgrade the existing bridge will last four to six weeks after commencing the bridge works. The dates for that are not yet announced.

Another project that will impact the public is the upgrades at the Langley Transit Exchange, Logan Avenue and Glover Road.

The bus bays will be closed until the end of the month as the contractor removes the brickwork and paves the area.

The bus stops have been temporarliy relocated west to 20420 Logan Ave.

Learn more at http://city.langley.bc.ca/.

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