Speed limit increases between Whatcom Road and Hope

Province has announced increase in limits around the province

The province has announced an increase in the speed limit between Whatcom Road and Hope.

Travellers moving between Abbotsford and Hope may get there a little faster with an 10 km/h increase in the speed limit on Highway 1 between Whatcom Road (Exit 95) and the junction with Highway 3, near Hope.

The increase in the speed limit from 100 km/h to 110 km/h on that stretch takes effect today, and other increases around the province will be phased in over the summer.

The province announced the changes today (Wednesday) as the result of a province-wide rural highway safety and speed review.

Speed limits will be adjusted on about 1,300 km of highways throughout the province.

For more information on the changes, check abbynews.com.

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