Water main installation along the Trans-Canada Highway in the right-turn-only lane at Haliburton Street access is expected to be closed between the evening of Feb. 24 to the early-morning hours of Feb. 25. (Black Press file)

Haliburton Street access from highway to be closed overnight for pipe installation

Right-turn-only lane at Haliburton access closed Monday night and Tuesday morning, Feb. 24-25

Access from the Trans-Canada Highway to Haliburton Street in Nanaimo’s south end will be closed for pipe installation from this evening till early tomorrow morning, says the City of Nanaimo.

According to a social media post, Milestone Equipment Contracting Inc. will install water main along the highway in the right-turn-only lane at Haliburton Street and access is expected to be closed between 5 p.m. on Feb. 24 until 5 a.m. on Feb. 25.


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