Major intersection closures tonight and Tuesday night

Crews are paving two major intersections over the next two evenings, causing some road closures.

Crews are paving two major intersections over the next two evenings, causing some road closures.

The intersection of Gaetz Avenue and 19th Street will be completely closed in all directions from 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday to 5 a.m. on

Wednesday.

Motorists are asked to use Hwy 2, Taylor Drive or 49th Avenue south of 19th Street to detour.

As well, the intersection of 30th Avenue and 22nd Street will be completely closed in all directions from 6:30 p.m. on Monday to 5.a.m. on Tuesday.

Motorists are asked to use Averill Street/Lancaster Drive or Ironstone Drive/Vanier Drive to detour.

To see all major road construction projects happening and to plan your route, visit the traffic impact map at http://www.reddeer.ca/city-services/roads/construction-season/map/.

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