Work begins on Port Mellon Hwy.

Drivers should expect some delays on the Port Mellon Highway this summer.

A 4.5-kilometre section of the highway will be repaired and resurfaced with wider lanes from early June through to the end of August, as weather permits, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure said in a release.

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“Drivers are asked to watch for crews working between the McNair Forest Service Road and South Twin Creek Bridge, and obey the construction speed limit of 30 kilometres per hour,” the release said. “Single-lane alternating traffic will be in effect outside of peak hours. Travellers should expect delays of up to 10 minutes.”

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