Crews from highway maintenance contractor Mainroad work to clear debris from Highway 1 at 264th Street in Langley that was blocking both westbound lanes Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. (MainroadLM photo)

UPDATE: Debris blocking westbound lanes on Highway 1 in Langley cleared

Expect delays

Debris blocking westbound lanes on the Trans Canada Highway in Langley Tuesday morning has now been cleared.

Earlier, large debris was blocking both westbound lanes on Highway 1 at 264 Street, as seen in a photo shared by DriveBC just before 7 a.m.

Highway maintenance crews arrived to clear the heavy machinery left on the highway.

Expect delays and drive with care.


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Debris blocking both westbound lanes on the Trans Canada Highway at 264th Street in Langley Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. (DriveBC photo)

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