Single-lane alternating traffic on Marigold Road for bridge repairs

All pedestrians, vehicles can cross the bridge

Traffic is down to a single lane with alternating directions on Marigold Road near Interurban Road for bridge repairs.

Work began on Oct. 24 and continues for a few weeks, noted District of Saanich spokesperson Kelsie McLeod.

A detour has not been planned as only one lane is closed. Vehicles will alternate with the help of traffic control staff from 9 a.m. t0 3:30 p.m. All pedestrians and drivers can access the bridge, but delays may occur.

Drivers are asked to obey the signage and directions from traffic control.

READ ALSO: Galloping Goose closures start Monday for McKenzie interchange work


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