Traffic delays are expected on Highway 16, 97 and 29 next week due to equipment being transported from Prince Rupert to Chetwynd.
Dave Conway, with B.C Hydro, told Energeticcity.ca in an email that the delays are due to the movement of the “two Site C Project turbine runners from Prince Rupert to Site C”.
The province is notifying drivers of the delays that begin January 10th to the 14th.
The delays are on the following routes:
The province says the schedule depends on many factors, including weather and road conditions.
Drivers can check DriveBC.ca for the most up-to-date information before travelling.
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