VANCOUVER, B.C. - While drivers can take solace in the fact that most of the headaches surrounding travel on the Lions Gate Bridge are behind them, nightly closures will continue for a while yet.The L...
VANCOUVER, B.C. – While drivers can take solace in the fact that most of the headaches surrounding travel on the Lions Gate Bridge are behind them, nightly closures will continue for a while yet.
The Lions Gate Project office has yet to determine when closures will finish for the year, but it says they will continue for the foreseeable future.
The bridge has been closed to traffic periodically so workers could activate and test the new lane control system.
Even when the bridge is opened, drivers can expect some delays as the centre lane will be closed for system testing.
The closures depend on weather conditions.
Expiration set for instructor certificates
CALGARY, Alta. – The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) will be placing three-year expiry dates on all new instructor certificates by Mar. 1.
The new policy is aimed at maintaining a higher standard, and the AMTA claims it will ensure Alberta has the most effective programs in the industry.
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