Sidewalk construction will affect traffic flow in Saanich on Sunday. (Black Press File Photo)

Sidewalk construction will affect traffic in Saanich

Road works at Quadra Street and Falmouth Road

Sidewalk construction in Saanich will affect traffic near the intersection of Quadra Street and Falmouth Road in Saanich.

The District of Saanich tweeted on Sunday to warn residents about possible delays and changes to traffic patterns.

The south bound curb lane will be closed while construction is underway. All vehicles will have access to the road, but traffic control will be on site to help direct traffic. The District asks locals to obey traffic control directions and all traffic signs.

sophie.heizer@saanichnews.com


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