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Maple Ridge kicks off this summer's road paving program

Public asked to slow down and respect flagger instructions on streets being paved
The City of Maple Ridge has announced the streets that are included in the 2024 paving program.

This year the City of Maple Ridge will pave 22.7 lane kilometres of road at 16 priority locations around the community as part of its annual road rehabilitation program, and the work starts this month.

The city completes visual inspections of its 500 kilometre road network six times a year to evaluate the priority areas needing road rehabilitation. Based on data collection and analysis, locations are selected through a multi-year pavement management system.
"Our 2024 Road Paving Program is critical to our city's long-term infrastructure strategy," said Kirk McLeod, superintendent of roads and fleet. "By fixing our roads now, we’re ensuring they are in good shape for years to come, and it’s easier for our residents to get around and move goods. We appreciate the community’s patience and cooperation as we make these important upgrades."

During paving operations, some traffic disruptions will be publicized through the city’s communications platforms. Work at select locations will be scheduled during evenings and weekends to minimize traffic impacts. Work at locations around nearby schools will be scheduled during the summer months. 
During the paving work, traffic control and construction workers will be on site, and people are advised to slow down and respect the instructions of the safety personnel as the work is completed.
Residents and businesses directly affected will receive notification about work scheduled in their area. 

Residents are encouraged to sign up to receive timely notifications from the city about traffic impacts at
For a full listing of where milling and paving work will be taking place, visit

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