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Installation of Full Traffic Signalization at Kearney Lake Road Intersection

(Friday, June 27, 2008) Work has started on the installation of full traffic signalization on the Kearney Lake Road intersection at Broadholme/Castle Hill Drive and will continue for approximately five (5) weeks.

Half light signalization was installed at the intersection approximately three (3) years ago and helped to make the intersection easier and safer for pedestrians to cross Kearney Lake Road. However, as a result of HRM Traffic officials' ongoing review of the area, it was determined that full traffic signalization was warranted. and the cost was approved in the 2008/2009 HRM budget.

"I am very pleased, as are residents, that this particular intersection will soon have full traffic signalization", says Debbie Hum, Councillor District 16 (Rockingham-Wentworth). " I speak on behalf of the greater community in expressing our appreciation", says Councillor Hum. "It will make a significant difference for motorists and pedestrians to have a safer access onto Kearney Lake Road."

During the construction period, HRM asks motorists and pedestrians to use extra caution when travelling in the area.

Both Councillor Hum and HRM's Manager of Traffic Services, Ken Reashor, have also taken motorists and residents' concerns regarding Highway 102, Exit 2 off ramp design, traffic signalization timings, congestion, and Kearney Lake Road lane markings, to officials in the NS Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.


Debbie Hum
Councillor-District 16
Cell: 476 7212




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