On May 19 work will begin in preparation for the Lakeshore Road upgrades that will occur as part of the South Pandosy Transit Exchange project.
During this time, sidewalks will remain open and two-way traffic will continue. Drivers can expect short delays on Lakeshore Road between KLO and Lanfranco roads as traffic will operate with the assistance of flaggers. The patience of residents, businesses and motorists is appreciated during this period.
Construction is expected to be complete by the end of June.
Visit kelowna.ca/roadreport for the most up-to-date road construction and project updates to plan your commute. Detailed design drawings and most recent project information will be available online at kelowna.ca/cityprojects under South Pandosy Exchange.
The South Pandosy Transit Exchange is one of many transit projects in Kelowna that are part of BC Transit’s RapidBus Phase Two and Three Project, which includes creating and upgrading transit facilities throughout the region.
The improvements will provide ease of transfer along with new amenities that provide a comfortable and convenient environment for transit patrons and operators.
Kelowna RapidBus is a partnership between Transport Canada, the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, City of Kelowna, District of West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation and BC Transit. In total, the project will receive up to $46 million from federal, provincial and local partners. For more information visit www.kelownarapidbus.ca.