Installation of fibre optic line to cause traffic delays

Red Deer drivers can expect delays on 30th Avenue on Thursday, Friday and Monday while crews install a new fibre optic line.

Red Deer drivers can expect delays on 30th Avenue on Thursday, Friday and Monday while crews install a new fibre optic line.

Crews will stop traffic intermittently from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for approximately 15 minutes while they run lines across the roads.

They will be crossing intersections along the west side of 30th Avenue from 32nd to 67th Street, 30th Avenue at 32nd Street and 67th Street between Carleton and Carrington.

Drivers are encouraged to avoid these areas or be prepared for delays.

Fibre optic lines are communication lines that are capable of handling large amounts of data at high speeds.

Just Posted

WATCH: Red Deer teacher engages students with “cool” science experiments

On Thursday, he made fire dance to the beat of the music

Province purchases land for new Red Deer courthouse

Construction to begin in the fall of 2019

Parking costs in Red Deer are going up — so are parking tickets

City council raises parking rates by 25 per cent starting July 1

WATCH: Alberta Party leadership candidates in Red Deer

Three people vying to be the leader of the Alberta Party were… Continue reading

In photos: Get ready for Western Canadian Championships

Haywood NorAm Western Canadian Championships and Peavey Mart Alberta Cup 5/6 start… Continue reading

WATCH: Red Deer city council debates cost-savings versus quality of life

Majority of councillors decide certain services are worth preserving

Got milk? Highway reopened near Millet

A southbound truck hauling milk and cartons collided with a bridge

Stettler’s newest residents overcame fear, bloodshed to come here

Daniel Kwizera, Diane Mukasine and kids now permanent residents

Giddy up: Red Deer to host Canadian Finals Rodeo in 2018

The CFR is expected to bring $20-30 million annually to Red Deer and region

Ice dancers Virtue and Moir to carry flag at Pyeongchang Olympics

Not since Kurt Browning at the 1994 Lillehammer Games has a figure… Continue reading

Beer Canada calls on feds to axe increasing beer tax as consumption trends down

OTTAWA — A trade association for Canada’s beer industry wants the federal… Continue reading

Most Read


Five-day delivery plus unlimited digital access for $185 for 260 issues (must live in delivery area to qualify) Unlimited Digital Access 99 cents for the first four weeks and then only $15 per month Five-day delivery plus unlimited digital access for $15 a month