Bring questions to the roundabout open house

Just based on the number of calls to city hall from confused roundabout drivers, city officials knew it was time.
The Evans Road Roundabout Open House is set for Tuesday, March 29 at Evergreen Hall, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Just based on the sheer number of calls to city hall from confused roundabout drivers, city officials knew it was time.

The Evans Road Roundabout Open House is set for Tuesday, March 29 at Evergreen Hall, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

City engineering staff will be on hand to answer questions about the navigation, design and function of the traffic-calming roundabout, along with ICBC and RCMP reps.

Some motorists are apparently unaware of the rules of the roundabout and are causing dangerous driving situations.

There are three aspects people have to keep in mind:

• Know which exit you’re heading for;

• Yield to oncoming traffic already in the roundabout; and

• Signal your intention to exit.

Bring all your questions to the March 29 open house at Evergreen Hall or call 604-793-2907.

 

 

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