Road resurfacing will cause delays on Highway 7 in Kent and Harrison Mills. (Google Maps)

24-hour single-lane alternating traffic for Mount Woodside

The 24-hour construction will go back to normal hours after June 15

Commuting over Mount Woodside will be even slower than usual this week.

Construction on Highway 7 will now see single-lane alternating traffic 24-hours a day on the east side of the mountain, as crews work to resurface the roadway between the Hammersley Pump and the Harrison River Bridge.

This 24-hour change will only be until June 15, after which construction will go back to its normal schedule. The project is expected to be finished at the end of June.

RELATED: Delays en route for Highway 7 in Harrison Mills

Traffic delays will be a maximum of 20 minutes, and overnight traffic is expected to be light.



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