Traffic signal coming for Downes/Mt. Lehman

Approved alongside city’s pedestrian crosswalk program

A traffic signal is coming for the intersection of Downes and Mt. Lehman roads.

The new signal was included in this year’s budget, at a cost of $190,000. The project was given the final go-ahead last week alongside the city’s new pedestrian crosswalk program.

Crosswalks will be installed at 10 different locations around town:

• McCallum Road at Switzer Avenue

• Ware Street at Farrant Crescent

• Trethewey Street at Slocan Drive

• Bevan Avenue at Primrose Street

• Clearbrook Road at Newcastle Court

• South Fraser Way at James Street

• South Fraser Way at Pauline Street

• Clearbrook Road at Clearbrook Elementary

• Old Clayburn Road at Skeena Avenue

• King Road at Highview Street

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