SD54 buses will be delayed by Hwy 16 maintenance. (File photo)

SD54 buses delayed by Hwy 16 maintenance

Bus routes southeast of Smithers are affected by the delays.

Highway maintenance is affecting school bus times in the Bulkley Valley.

Crack sealing is taking place now one kilometre southeast of Smithers to two kilometres northwest of Houston ( a distance of 61.9 km) from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through to May 29. The road is reduced to single lane alternating traffic with up to 20 minutes delay.

Bulkley Valley School District 54 said the following bus route will be affected by the delay:

1 Quick

5 Woodmere/Round Lake

6 Walcott

7 Tyhee

14 Telkwa Coalmine

18 Telkwa Shuttle

23 Quick/Telkwa

SD54 said to please feel free to contact the transportation supervisor with any questions at 250-847-2865.

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