Motorists should prepare for a slow trek through Riding Mountain National Park as paving is set to begin this week on a one-kilometre stretch of Highway 10.
Construction involves the KM 49 realignment project, made necessary because of considerable slumping of the highway at that location.
A large number of construction vehicles will be working in the construction zone, so motorists travelling through the park are to watch for and obey all posted warnings, speed limits, flag workers and pilot vehicles.
Traffic may be reduced to one lane and be required to use a temporary bypass lane.
» Brandon Sun, Submitted
Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition October 17, 2012