Cyclists and pedestrians are advised of a temporary detour along the Galloping Goose Trail, between Grange Road and Belgrave Road, over the weekend of March 17–18, 2018, as part of ongoing work for the McKenzie interchange project.
The detour will allow rock-scaling operations to be completed along this section of the trail to prepare for retaining-wall construction, and to reinforce the foundation of the pathway.
Given that the Galloping Goose Trail is used by many for their weekday commutes, the ministry scheduled the detour over the weekend to limit disruption for as many people as possible. Due to the precise nature of scaling operations, work must be done in daylight, as opposed to overnight.
Signage along the trail has notified cyclists and pedestrians of the upcoming detour since Friday, March 9, 2018. The detour route will be posted and monitored by the contractor throughout the weekend.
For traffic advisories, go to: www.drivebc.ca
For general updates, visit the project website at: http://engage.gov.bc.ca/mckenzieinterchange/