In the News: Help Move the Truck

Route Out of Fort Langley

 

Truck Route Fort Langley

Hello Friends

Thank you, for your support in signing this petition which is very important to all residents and businesses in Fort Langley. Today I was interviewed by the Langley Times. You can read it here Langley Times

Council is now deliberating on this year’s budget and they have to make some hard decisions. We have waited many years for the Truck Traffic to be rerouted out of Fort Langley. Now is the time to take action.

We are a vibrant little community. We are the birthplace of B.C. We are a tourist destination. We are a Village of residents who wish to walk safely on our sidewalks. Our roads are not built to handle commercial truck traffic

I encourage everyone who has signed this petition to take a few moments and write directly to the Mayor and Council. Let them know how important this issue is it you.

Your emails and letters make a difference!  The email address is mayorcouncil@tol.ca

Thank You,

Andy Schildhorn,

Fort Langley Community Association

Read the Langley Advance Times Article

You can read the article from the Langley Advance Times HERE

 

Background:

At this time Langley Township is proposing the following solution and considering it for the 2020 Budget:

Removal of Glover Road from 88th Avenue to the Fraser River;
Removal of 96 Avenue from 216 Street to Glover Road;
Removal of Mavis Avenue from Glover Road to River Road;
Removal of River Road from Mavis Avenue to 240 Street;
Removal of 88 Avenue east of 264 Street;
Addition of Rawlison Cresent from 232 Street to 240 Street; and
Addition of 240 Street from Rawlison to River Road

 

2020-02-20T17:03:22+00:00

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