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Traffic flow change on Cawston Avenue

Drivers using Cawston Avenue downtown will notice a change to their commute.

Effectively Thursday, two new pedestrian signals were activated on Cawston at Richter Street and Gordon Drive and a pedestrian warning light on Ethel Street to accommodate users of the new pathway alongside Cawston Avenue.

As a result of the changes, the pedestrian crossing on Gordon Drive at Wilson Street will be deactivated.

For more information about road work in Kelowna go to the city’s website at kelowna.ca/roadreport for updated road closures and potential delays.

 

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