Hillside Drive to be reduced to single-lane traffic starting tomorrow

KAMLOOPS -  Hillside Drive is expected to go down to single-lane traffic tomorrow.

Hillside Drive at University Drive is expected to be reduced to single-lane alternating traffic, the City of Kamloops said in a tweet. Traffic is expected to be affected from Feb. 19 until Feb. 22 as B.C. Hydro crews install an underground power cable.

We are waiting to hear more from a B.C. Hydro representative.

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