Repaving project to close widely used intersection in Langley

  • Saturday, September 23, 2017 6:00am
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A repaving and sidewalk project at the intersection of Cascade Avenue and Camano Avenue will cause intermittent road disruptions in Langley next week and the first two weeks of October.

The closure and detour takes effect from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 25 through Sept. 29, Oct. 2 through Oct. 9, and October 9 through Oct. 11. The roads will be open nights and weekends during this period. The intersection is one of the more widely used, as it serves as a primary entrance to the city.

The project, which includes the repaving of the intersection and installation of American Disabilities Act sidewalks, is part of the City of Langley’s six-year Transportation Improvement Plan. The project is estimated to cost $310,000, the majority of which is be covered by grant funding. The city has a local match of $42,000.

For more information, contact Berryman at 360-221-4246, ext. 13.

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