Construction of new Sutherland pathway ready to proceed

Construction of an off-road multi-use pathway has started on Sutherland Avenue from Harvey Avenue to Burtch Road.

Construction of an off-road multi-use pathway has started on Sutherland Avenue from Harvey Avenue to Burtch Road.

The 360-metre long, four-metre wide paved pathway will connect the Dayton Street overpass to the north side of Sutherland and the cycling network at Burtch.

During construction, parking will be restricted within the project limits and will be permanently removed on both the north and south sides of Sutherland once the pathway is completed by mid-November. The $750,000 project includes concrete curb and gutter, treated boulevards and crosswalks, intersection nodes, a landscaped plaza and ornamental street lighting.

The contract was awarded to Ansell Construction; Urban Systems Ltd. is the Engineering Consultant. Visit kelowna.ca/roadreport for the most up-to-date road closures and potential delays.

 

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