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Kamloops road report

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November 08, 2015 - 3:34 PM

Aberdeen Drive (Kamloops-Princeton Highway to Pacific Way)   

Week of Nov. 8

- Crews will be completing concrete work in front of the booster station Monday, November 9.
- Paving will take place Friday, November 13 (weather permitting).
- Directional and alternating traffic will be maintained; motorists are advised to expect delays.
- Transit will be accommodated without rerouting for the duration of the project, however some stops will be closed. For more information, go to

Dallas Drive Sanitary Main Construction and Road Works (O'Connor Road to Silverstream Road - North Side of Dallas Drive Only)

Week of Nov. 8

- All lanes of traffic are now open, however, motorists can expect some lane closures Monday, November 9 to allow for line painting (weather permitting).
- Crews will be completing clean up during the week.

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