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People will now have access to new Broadway Ave. and Hwy. 2A

Blackfalds announces Broadway Ave. and Highway 2A realignment update

The Town of Blackfalds is excited to announce the opening of the new Broadway Ave. and associated Hwy. 2A access to traffic today.

Due to recent weather changes, the asphalt and Tutty Park pathway upgrades will be delayed until the spring.

The driving public is asked to note there is a new alignment configuration to access Hwy. 2A via the new east-west collector stub, and to always obey construction signage and posted speed limits in this area and on the highway throughout this seasonal construction period as the traffic signals and streetlights are still under construction.

– Connolly

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