West Kelowna Wine Route paving to be completed

Motorists can expect traffic disruptions and detours from May 6 to May 10 as the district finishes the paving of the Boucherie Road upgrade.

  • May. 3, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Motorists can expect traffic disruptions and detours from May 6 to May 10 as the district finishes the paving of the Boucherie Road Wine Route upgrade.

The construction area is on Boucherie Road from Stuart Road to Highway 97, with final paving and line painting occurring between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. daily.

Northbound traffic on Boucherie Road will be detoured east on Stuart Road to Hayman Road northbound and then back onto Boucherie Road adjacent to the Highway 97 intersection.

Alternatively, motorists can take Hudson Road to Highway 97 to avoid the construction zone.

Southbound traffic will stay on Boucherie Road through the construction zone, following signage and flag person direction around the closure.

The district asks drivers to respect traffic signs, flaggers and crews working in the area.

For more information on the Boucherie Road Wine Route upgrade, visit the In the Works section of districtofwestkelowna.ca.

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