MRC Total Build LP has been awarded the contract for the 232 Street Road and Drainage Improvements (132 Avenue to Silver Valley Road). The construction started on June 5, 2018 and road closures will be in effect during construction.
The 232 Street project (132 Avenue to Silver Valley Road) entails upgrading the existing roadway to a two-lane multi-modal urban roadway and includes roadway construction, embankment fill, retaining walls, reconstruction and extension of driveways onto private properties, multi-use path, sidewalk, curbs, a southbound bike lane, ducting for future fibre optic cable, LED street lighting, a roundabout north of the North Alouette Bridge, storm sewer, ditch infill and an environmental compensation channel adjacent to the Alouette River.
Starting July 3, through until August 31, 232 Street will only be open to local traffic, trucks over 32 tonnes, and emergency service vehicles. All services such as garbage collection and transit will also be permitted through 232 Street during construction. All other traffic north of 136 Avenue will be detoured to Foreman Drive, 136 Avenue and 224 Street. All other traffic east of the existing roundabout will be detoured south on 232 Street, Abernethy Way to 128 Avenue. View Closure and Detour Map (PDF)
On September 1, 232 Street will return to single-lane alternating traffic daily from 9:00am to 3:00pm and two-way traffic will be maintained after working hours. This will be in effect until the project is substantially complete.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the City of Maple Ridge Project Manager, Maria Guerra, at 604-467-7356. Thank you for your patience during construction.