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Lacombe County closure and detour for construction on Bridge 0938

Closure is for the removal of the existing structure and realign the road to the new structure

Road closure due to bridge construction will begin on Monday, July 15 to Friday, September 6.

The closure is to facilitate the removal of the existing structure and realign the road to the new structure. A detour route will be in place.

Twp Rd 41-2 (Centreview Road) will be closed from the junction of Rge Rd 1-5 east to Hwy 20.

Watch for and obey posted signage. The bridge is located on Township Road 41-2 (Centreview Road) west of Highway 20.

-Submitted by Lacombe County

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