Temporary road closure in Qualicum Beach for school connector route

Closures on Harlech Road until Jan. 31

Residents should be aware that a temporary closure of Harlech Road in Qualicum Beach will take place between today (Jan. 29) and Jan. 31 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Trail clearing is underway for the ‘School Connector Route’ trail, a project taking place between January and March 2020.

READ MORE: Qualicum Beach council wants to use railway as connector route

“This advances the Town’s goal of having a continuous east-west multi-use pathway, which will create a safe connector for all users, but especially for children who travel to and from school on these trails,” reads the town’s site.

— NEWS staff

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