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Westbound Whoop-Up Drive expected to be a slow go Friday due to patching work

Westbound lanes on Whoop-Up Drive will be under construction Friday June 14. (Photo: X@LethbridgeCity) Westbound lanes on Whoop-Up Drive will be under construction Friday June 14. (Photo: X@LethbridgeCity)
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Lethbridge commuters who use Whoop-Up Drive may want to switch up their routes Friday morning.

Scheduled patching work will take place in westbound lanes, starting at 9 a.m.

One lane will be closed, with speeds reduced to 60 km/h.

Work is expected to be finished by 1 p.m. Saturday.

To keep crews safe, motorists are asked to follow all posted signs and slow down.

More information is available on the city’s Webmap.

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