ATCO gas line work in Lacombe

Lane Closures at the Highway 12/50 Avenue & 58 Street intersection

Lacombe, Alberta (June 17, 2019) – Residents are advised that ATCO will be conducting gas line maintenance in two phases at the Highway 12/50 Avenue and 58 Street intersection beginning Tuesday, June 18. Work is expected to be completed on Saturday, June 22.

For the first phase of work, which is expected to last two to three days, Highway 12/50 Avenue will be reduced to two-way single lane traffic at the intersection, and the 58 Street southbound and northbound traffic will be re-directed along 57 Street and 49 Avenue, as shown in the map below:

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During the second phase of work, which is expected to last one to two days, vehicle traffic will not be able to make left turns at the intersection of Highway 12/50 Avenue and 58 Street. Traffic will be re- directed along 52 Street and 56 Street, and 49 Avenue and 52nd Avenue, as shown.

Eastbound and westbound traffic along Highway 12/50 Street will be maintained throughout the work.

Please obey posted signs and flag persons. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this construction period.

For more information about this project, go to www.lacombe.ca/construction.

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