Highway 5 (Coquihalla Highway) & Hwy 97c Okanogan Connector

Events for Highway 5

Highway 5 Highway 5. Utility work planned between Allan Creek Rec Site and Clemina Overhead Bridge (35 km south of Valemount). Starting Thu Oct 24 at 9:00 AM PDT until Thu Oct 24 at 4:30 PM PDT. Single lane alternating traffic will be in effect. Watch for surveyors on roadway. Last updated Thu Oct 17 at 12:07 PM PDT. (DBC-12757)
Highway 5 Both Directions Highway 5, in both directions. Bridge maintenance between Exit 192 and Exit 195 (17 km south of Great Bear Snowshed). Carolin Bridge [25km N of Hope]: Traffic Pattern Changes with Construction Speed Zone in place. Watch for Crew and Equipment. Last updated Thu Oct 10 at 5:17 PM PDT. (DBC-8448)

Events for Highway 97C

Highway 97C Both Directions Highway 97C, in both directions. Shoulder maintenance between Trepanier Rd and Brenda Mine Rd (10 km west of Peachland). From 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM PDT on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Lane Closure. Watch for traffic control. Last updated Mon Oct 7 at 9:18 AM PDT. (DBC-12480)
Highway 97C Highway 97C. Construction work between Trepanier Rd and Brenda Mine Rd for 16.3 km (3 km west of Peachland to 10 km east of Pennask Summitt). Until Fri Oct 25. From 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM PDT on weekdays. Lane Closure. Watch for Lane Closure due to Road Maintenance cleaning out material behind CRB. Last updated Wed Oct 16 at 5:09 PM PDT. (DBC-12719)
Highway 97C Highway 97C. Slushy sections between Pennask Summit and Loon Lake Rd for 34.4 km (Pennask Summitt). Last updated Mon Oct 21 at 4:36 PM PDT. (DBCRCON-33105)
Highway 97C Highway 97C. Slushy with slippery sections between the start of Highway 97C and Pennask Summit for 33.0 km (West Kelowna to Pennask Summitt). Last updated Mon Oct 21 at 6:21 PM PDT. (DBCRCON-33147)

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