CP Rail closure near Leduc now revised

The City of Leduc is getting the word out that some changes have been made to upcoming CP Rail track repair plans the last week of July.

  • Jul. 24, 2015 11:00 a.m.

The City of Leduc is getting the word out that some changes have been made to upcoming CP Rail track repair plans the last week of July. Motorists and residents in general should keep these new, updated changes in mind.

The repairs are underway Monday, July 27 and Tuesday, July 28 from 7 a.m. Monday to 9 p.m. Tuesday.

The work will be done on the rail along 65th Ave. between Sparrow Drive and 45th Street.

The city stated on Friday, July 24 that the temporary, full road closure affects all four lanes of traffic and will impact heavy truck traffic.

Alternative routes to access east of the rail tracks include: 1. Truck traffic must use Airport Road or Rollyview Road and follow the truck routes. 2. Regular traffic can use Airport Road, 50th Avenue, Black Gold Drive and Rollyview Road.

The City of Leduc will be posting signage to remind motorists of this temporary, full road closure. Everyone’s co-operation and patience is appreciated during this time.


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