FORT ST. JOHN -- The City of Fort St. John announced the 4th phase of the 100th Street Corridor Project has been completed with 101st to 103rd avenues reopening tomorrow.

The city says the project has replaced the aging underground infrastructure, upgraded sidewalks, landscaping, street lighting, and traffic signals.

Left-hand turning lanes have also been added.

This is the second to last phase of the Project.

The 5th and final phase will start next year, closing down 103rd to 105th avenues.

Construction on The Corridor Project started in 2020.