Partial lane closures on 40th Avenue in Red Deer for the rest of February

Traffics can detour to avoid delays

Traffic will be delayed on 40th Avenue and 19th Street to the end of February. (Advocate file photo).

Traffic will be disrupted on 40th Avenue and 19th Street for the rest of the month.

The City of Red Deer is warning motorists of a “multi-day road closure” in the southeast.

Partial lane closures are in effect on 40th Avenue from Ironside Street to 19th Street until 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29.

The lane closures are required for a utility provider to conduct transmission alignments.

Traffic flow will be maintained during the closures, says the city, but motorists may experience delays. A detour to 30th Avenue or Inglewood Drive can be used.

Drivers are reminded to slow down when approaching the construction areas and urged to obey all signs.

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