Night works on Interurban Road between North Road and Dunsterville Avenue Dec. 9-20. (Google)

Night construction means closures for Interurban Road

Traffic interruptions at Interurban Road near Wilkinson Road from Dec. 9 to 20

Construction on Interurban Road near the intersection with Wilkinson Road is moving to overnight work from Dec. 9 to 20.

Interurban Road will be closed overnight between North Road and Dunsterville Avenue from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. to accommodate pipe installation for the Capital Regional District’s Wastewater Treatment Project. A detour will be in place.

READ ALSO: Water main construction to foul up traffic at Lansdowne-Foul Bay intersection

BC Transit has posted information for bus detours to Camosun College for routes 8, 9, 21, and 39. Visit bctransit.com/victoria/home to check advisories for those routes.

Interurban Road will be open during the day to allow the regular flow of traffic.

For more information about the Wastewater Treatment Project, visit wastewaterproject.ca.

READ ALSO: Study on Malahat road closures expected by end of year

sophie.heizer@saanichnews.com


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