Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Bike Lanes on 208th Street

According to a press release on the City of Langley's website:

The combined Federal, Provincial and Municipal funds will provide $5,039,043 to upgrade 208th Street, from 48th Avenue to Fraser Highway. The work will include bidirectional bicycle lanes, selective road widening, pavement and pavement markings, traffic control including signals and sidewalk, as well as curb and gutter repairs as required. Water mains and storm sewers will also be replaced and upsized, and the sanitary main will be replaced.

2 comments:

Jonathan C. Vanpopta said...

I used to live in Brookswood and commute daily (bicycling) to Fort Langley. The scariest part of the trip was that section of 208th heading south from Fraser Highway; this is a much needed improvement, and I thank the township for noticing.
Do you know, Nathan, if the lane will be on the street or on the sidewalk, or perhaps a mix of both?

Nathan Pachal said...

This will be on street lanes I beleive....