Drivers can expect delays on Esquimalt Road between Dominion and Dunsmuir roads for the next 24 to 48 as work on the wastewater treatment project continues. (Black Press Media file photo)

Expect delays on Esquimalt Road for the next 48 hours

Wastewater treatment project expected to cause delays during morning and afternoon commutes

Motorists using Esquimalt Road between Dominion and Dunsmuir roads can expect delays for the next 24 to 48 hours according to the Capital Regional District.

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Construction on the wastewater treatment project is expected to cause delays especially during the morning and afternoon commute as a pipe installation crosses Esquimalt Road.

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The CRD is asking for patience as the work is being completed.



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