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UPDATE: Vernon drainage improvement project in OK Landing continues

Work on Tronson Road near Kennedy Lane will run March 1-15
Drainage improvement work continues on Tronson Road in Vernon’s Okanagan Landing region. (Black Press - file photo)


Drainage work continues along Tronson Road, in the 7500-block near Kennedy Lane, and motorists may experience minor delays over the coming weeks.

Construction on the drainage improvement project will take place between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekdays, between March 1 and March 15, weather dependent.

During construction, single-lane alternating traffic will be in place intermittently for the safety of the public and workers. Those who travel through this area should be prepared for possible delays.


Infrastructure work continues in Vernon’s Okanagan Landing region.

Motorists traveling along Tronson Road may experience minor delays as crews continue working on drainage improvements in the 7900-block, between Kennedy Lane and Beachcomber Bay Road.

Single-lane alternating traffic will be in place Friday, Feb. 3, and Monday, Feb 6.

There will be no construction during the weekend.

The project is part of drainage improvements at three separate areas along Tronson Road. The work will require the regrading of existing asphalt in the area, new storm mains, ditching and outlets.

The project for all three crossings is expected to be complete some time in April.

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