Young Road closed at the tracks on Tuesday

Part of Young Road will be closed all day on Tuesday, March 31 for railway related repairs

The length of Young Road will be closed all day on Tuesday

Motorists may want to map out an alternative route to crossing the railway tracks at Young Road in Chilliwack.

Part of Young Road will be closed all day on Tuesday, March 31 for railway related repairs at the tracks near Trethewey Avenue.

The notice went out this week from City of Chilliwack, informing residents that Young Road will be closed from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. as CN Rail completes the scheduled work.

“Thank you for your patience as CN Rail completes their crossing repairs,” reads the notice.

Motorists and other travellers are advised to plan their routes accordingly for Tuesday, opting to take the Yale Road overpass or the Broadway rail crossing, instead of the one at Young Road.

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