JOHN ARENDT ROAD CLOSURE The Princeton-Summerland Road was closed near Faulder on Monday and Tuesday. The road is now open to traffic once again.

Princeton-Summerland Road open to traffic

Washout on Monday had forced the closure of road west of Summerland

The Princeton-Summerland Road is now open in both direction.

On Monday morning, the road washed out one kilometre west of Mountain View Road. The washout resulted in a road closure..

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure officials said crews were able to get the road open on Tuesday just before 5 p.m.

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