Road closure to affect dump trips

  • Sep. 2, 2015 7:00 a.m.

Due to the reconstruction of a two kilometre stretch of Bevan Road, Wacor Holdings is advising the public that Bevan Road, the Comox Valley Waste Management Centre (CVWMC) access road, from Wellington Road to Pidgeon Lake Road, will be closed from Sept. 8 until the end of November.

The CVWMC can be accessed through Comox Lake (Logging) Road accessed from Lake Trail Road. From the Comox Valley Parkway, follow the detour signs heading northwest on Cumberland Road, northwest on Marsden Road, west on Lake Trail Road, turning left onto Comox Lake Road, left onto Bevan Road and right onto Pigeon Lake Road to the CVWMC.

This stretch of Bevan Road is being reconstructed as part of the Cumberland Road/Bevan Road corridor reconstruction project with funds provided by the Comox Valley Regional District.

For the first week of the project the road will stay open to alternating single lane traffic. However, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8 until the end of November, the road will be completely closed to all vehicle traffic in both directions.

Please pay attention to the posted detour signs for updates and directions throughout the closure.

 

 

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