Downtown Lacombe Main Street to open today

Road crews are finishing temporary line markings and constructing pedestrian ramps

Residents are advised that downtown Main Street (50th Ave.), from Hwy. 2A to 53rd St. will be open to traffic this evening. Road crews are currently finishing temporary line markings and constructing pedestrian ramps.

Construction work at the 50th Ave./53rd St. intersection continues, and is expected to be completed in a couple of weeks.

Next steps for the Main Street project include installation of streetlights and street furniture, along with tree planting and landscaping over the next couple of weeks.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution around construction crews remaining in the area.

For more on the Main Street Improvements project, go to www.lacombe.ca/mainstreet.

-Weber

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