Thanks to Kat Patterson for the latest Hurley update and photo. Rough the whole way but definitely worse on the Pemby side. Biggest potholes I ‘ve experienced on the road to date. Washboard on the Gold Bridge side.
Another update was received from Mark: I drove on Thursday afternoon. Seems there is a wide variance on what is good or bad. I thought it was in pretty good shape. The high point had a few rough spots where the snow was ploughed. But after that into goldbridge it was smooth sailing. At least compared to what I’m used to seeing. The lower fsr was freshly worked on which was full of sharp rocks.
A reminder to expect delays starting today. Keep reading for details.
Message below from BJ Moore, FLNRO about Hurley maintenance and short delays. “Scott Holden told me this morning that he plans on starting the bridge repairs to the 9 Mile bridge (15km) on Monday June 22nd. He thinks it should only take 4 days to complete the repairs. He also expects there to be up to 20 min delays for traffic. Could you please get that posted to the website so that people know to expect short delays and to respect all crew and equipment working signs. This also expends to the Squamish Mills grader’s work as it moves along the FSR. It will be jumping back and forth around the mud holes to allow them to dry out before being graded.”
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