Lane closures on Highway 2A near Lacombe this weekend

There will be lane closures on Highway 2A this weekend just south of Lacombe.

A detour on the road, between Highway 11A and Highway 12, will be in effect starting Saturday at 5 a.m. and will remain in place until 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Southbound traffic will be detoured to Highway 2 at Lacombe.

Northbound traffic will also be detoured to Highway 2, with westbound traffic entering a secondary detour at Lakeside Sergent Road to allow local traffic.

This traffic will be detoured east to Highway 815 and north to Highway 12.

“Please drive with caution, obey traffic control and watch for crews working roadside,” Mainroad Alberta Contracting LP said in a press release Wednesday.



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