One of the biggest changes for Chilliwack with the $6.5 million Lickman Road upgrade will be the new two-lane roundabout, on the south side, to help reduce traffic congestion. One of the biggest changes for Chilliwack with the $6.5 million Lickman Road upgrade will be the new two-lane roundabout, on the south side, to help reduce traffic congestion.

Roundabout open house offers info for Chilliwack

Chilliwack has more coming so it can’t hurt to get a tuneup on the rules of the roundabout

Get in the loop.

There are a whole new set of roundabouts coming to local roads, so the Chilliwack driving crowd unfamiliar with them might need a tuneup.

Join City of Chilliwack on November 16 at the Sardis Library as they host another Roundabout Open House.

READ MORE: Rules of the Roundabout

The second two-lane roundabout in Chilliwack is set to be built on Lickman Road, tentatively by 2019. One of the biggest changes for Chilliwack with the $6.5 million Lickman Road upgrade will be the creation of a new two-lane roundabout, on the south side, to help reduce traffic bottlenecks.

City staff and RCMP will be on hand at the open house next Thursday to answer questions and receive feedback as usual.

Drop in any time between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Sardis Library.

For more information check out their handy page.


 

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