Phase 2 of Carr’s Landing road improvements begin Oct. 11

Winding, narrow road to see construction to widen the road.

Carr’s Landing Road will be closed to all traffic from Moberly Road to 500 metres north of Moberly at #13614 Carr’s Landing Road from October 11th through to October 14th

Carr’s Landing Road will be closed to all traffic from Moberly Road to 500 metres north of Moberly at #13614 Carr’s Landing Road from October 11th through to October 14th.

A detour will be in place via Moberly Road and Barkely Road.

The works are Phase 2 of the Carr’s Landing Road upgrade to remediate the road width as part of the Transportation for Tomorrow Road upgrades.

The District of Lake Country says there will be disruption of traffic and asks residents to plan for delays and use alternate routes.

The road improvements are part of the 20 year Transportation for Tomorrow Plan that lays out the district’s infrastructure plans for pedestrians, cyclists, accessibility and transit users.

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