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Transit Route 411 temporary evening detour

Due to construction closure of 104 Avenue, a detour will be in effect for Transit Route 411 evening service. The route detour will only affect evening service from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. the following morning, beginning January 6, 2015.

No serviced stops will be missed and delays will be minor.

The detour will be made via: East on 104 Ave at 105 St: North 105 St, East 106 Ave, South 101 St, East 103A Ave, back to route.

Questions? Call 780-464-7433.

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Last updated: Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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