The next phase of the Lake to Lake bike route from Fairview over to Kinney Avenue has begun. (City of Penticton)

Penticton bike lane construction closes streets

Atkinson Street between Duncan Ave. and Industrial closed until June 27

A full road closure will be in effect on Atkinson Street between Duncan Avenue and Industrial Ave. starting June 22 until Monday, June 27, to allow milling and paving work required for the construction of the Lake-to-Lake bike route.

The road will be open to local traffic only, with buses rerouted to Fairview Road or Main St. Detours will be directed down Huth Ave. and Granby Ave.

Expect single-lane alternating traffic, with no parking permitted on the street.

For further details about the Lake-to-Lake Construction project, visit penticton.ca/lake-to-lake.

This is the third phase of the Lake-to-Lake bike route.

The contract for the construction, worth $4.1 million, was been awarded to Grizzly Excavating, who built the previous phase of the project.

As part of the 2022 budget, $4.7 million was earmarked to be funded from the city’s electrical reserve.

The third route will travel from Fairview Road along Duncan Avenue, before turning back south to travel along Atkinson Street until Kinney Avenue.

Construction will be complete in fall.

READ MORE: Third phase of bike lane will take until fall

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