The City has been closely monitoring and assessing the recent timing changes at the intersections of Two Mile Hill Road and Range Road, and Two Mile Hill Road and the Alaska Highway.
Following recommendations from our consultants, the timing has been further modified based on recent field observations.
These new updates are expected to improve upon some of the movements at the intersections; however, the intersections will continue to be busy during peak times. Residents are encouraged to travel in off-peak hours if possible.
Efforts to mitigate a portion of escarpment that poses a risk to Robert Service Way is moving ahead as scheduled.
Heavy equipment is nearing the top edge of the tension crack and is expected to begin removing that material in the coming days.
By reducing this risk, we can continue to plan for a temporary reopening of Robert Service Way.
Overall, conditions along Robert Service Way look to be stabilizing as crews are observing minimal sloughing and the soil appears to be drying. Residents are reminded to respect trail and road closures as there are still areas of concern.
We continue to monitor the entirety of the escarpment including areas along Drury Street and in Takhini.