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Road Closures and Obstructions

Monday, September 10 to Saturday, September 15, 2018

A temporary road closure to accommodate City of White Rock infrastructure upgrades:

  • Johnston Road (end of 152 Street): 16 Avenue to Russell Avenue (City of White Rock)

Detour Route

The closure will be from 5:00 am Monday, September 10 to 7:00 pm Saturday, September 15.

Sunday, September 16 to Thursday, September 20, 2018

TransLink will be conducting its annual safety inspection of the Pattullo Bridge. North and south bound overnight lane closures will be in effect.

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Saturday, ​September 22, 2018

9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Temporary road closure due to Cloverdale Market Days:

  • 176 Street: 56A Avenue to 58 Avenue
  • 57 Avenue: 176 Street to 177A Street

Detour Routes

Traffic Pattern Changes

Golden Ears Bridge

Traffic restrictions are expected for Golden Ears Bridge as well as on/off ramp approaches. This will take place from Tuesday, August 21 to Friday, August 31, 2018. The bridge will remain open at all times, but expect daytime delays and possible overnight detours as TransLink undertakes bridge maintenance work. Call TransLink Customer Service at 604-953-3333 for updates.

King George Boulevard and 88 Avenue

Until November 2018, a traffic pattern change will be taking place at King George Boulevard and 88 Avenue to facilitate the SNG-LRT Early Works program, which involves the replacement of the Bear Creek Bridge's existing timber trestle bridge. The existing bridge is too narrow to accommodate the proposed SNG-LRT corridor, cannot carry the anticipated loading of LRT, and does not meet current seismic standards.

The Bear Creek Bridge replacement is being constructed in two stages. Stage 1 work has been completed, which consisted of demolishing the east half of the existing bridge and construction of the east half of the new bridge. To accommodate the Stage 1 work, changes to traffic patterns along King George Boulevard were made by shifting traffic to the west side of King George Boulevard while maintaining 2-lane northbound and 2-lane southbound movements. The traffic shift was successfully completed to accommodate the Stage 1 work, with minimal reports of traffic delays or complaints from the public.

During Stage 2 construction traffic will be shifted to the east side of King George Boulevard on the newly constructed bridge, maintaining two-lanes northbound and two-lanes southbound plus pedestrian movements. Similar to Stage 1 work, the existing northbound bus queue jumper lane will be temporarily closed to accommodate construction while maintaining sufficient space to accommodate two-lane northbound and two-lane southbound movements. All lanes and traffic patterns at the intersection of King George Boulevard and 88 Avenue will remain unchanged.

The Stage 2 traffic pattern change will be in effect 24 hours a day until November 2018.

104 Avenue and 148 Street

The relocation of a large diameter trunk storm sewer which services the Guildford community is being relocated onto 148 Street and 105 Avenue near Guildford Mall within existing roads as part of the SNG-LRT Early Works program.

During construction, it will become necessary to temporarily restrict traffic to facilitate construction of the storm sewer relocation across the 104 Avenue and 148 Street intersection. Construction through this intersection is anticipated to result in traffic delays and, as a result, the work at the intersection has been deferred until the summer months to minimize traffic disruptions and impacts to Hjorth Road Elementary School. Furthermore, as this work is being completed in a residential neighbourhood, to minimize noise impacts this work is being completed during the day.

Construction of this work across the intersection will require 24-hour a day lane reductions from July 25 to August 31, 2018. The temporary lane reductions consist of reducing two-lanes to one-lane in the east/west direction along 104 Avenue at the 148 Street intersection, and intermittent closures of the left turn bays in all directions. Access to businesses and residents, along with emergency services, will be maintained during construction at all times.

The traffic pattern changes will be implemented during the weekend of July 21 to allow sufficient time for the contractor to safely implement the traffic pattern changes, before the following work week commences.

Road Obstructions Map

Use this map to see active and future obstructions and detours happening throughout the City. It is updated every 5 minutes.

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Red areas show current closures and obstructions happening throughout the City and our suggested detour route. Yellow areas show closures and obstructions planned for the next three weeks.

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