Work on the new crosswalk outside of the McDonalds on Lakelse Avenue began Tuesday morning and is expected to be done in a week’s time. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Work on the new crosswalk outside of the McDonalds on Lakelse Avenue began Tuesday morning and is expected to be done in a week’s time. (Brittany Gervais photo)

New pedestrian walkway on Lakelse Avenue

Construction began Tuesday and is expected to last a week

The City of Terrace’s Public Works Department began work on the crosswalk in front of the McDonalds on Lakelse Avenue Tuesday morning.

The new walkway will feature new lit pedestrian symbols and activated flashing amber lights to improve visibility. Traffic control technicians are on scene to help with the flow of traffic into the Skeena Mall.

The department says they expect the work will take approximately one week to complete.


 


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The new crosswalk on Lakelse Avenue will feature lit pedestrian symbols and flashing amber lights to improve visability. (Brittany Gervais photo)

The new crosswalk on Lakelse Avenue will feature lit pedestrian symbols and flashing amber lights to improve visability. (Brittany Gervais photo)