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Taylor Bridge Patchwork

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Technicians Mark Areas Needing Repair.

Photo: Technicians mark areas needing repair on the Taylor Bridge Thursday – Johanna Henderson/Energeticcity.ca

Some slightly-ahead-of-schedule patching has slowed down traffic on the Taylor Bridge today.

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After finding some small holes developing on the deck on the bridge last night, Yellowhead Road and Bridge pushed up its regular maintainance schedule, to ensure the holes didn’t become a traffic danger.

Bruce McKay, General Manager for Yellowhead Road and Bridge, says the bridge is scheduled for two weeks of welding every spring, and one every fall. [asset|aid=250|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=McKay-1_1_Pub.mp3]

McKay says the welding will cause some delays as crews complete the maintance. He expects the bridge to be restricted to one-lane traffic during daytime hours for approximately a week.

McKay reminds drivers to be careful when crossing the bridge, and always obey flagpersons.

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