Letters: Mufford Overpass opening quiet and directionless

Dear Editor,

Thank you for the lovely video showing the recently (and quietly) opened Mufford Overpass [Controversial overpass opened quietly, Aug. 21, Langley Advance].

While driving through that area the other day, I noticed traffic on it as I proceeded on my way to Glover Road via Mufford Crescent. But it was closed.

No signs indicated it was closed. But it was closed.

And, I noticed in the video, there were no signs on the overpass. Are we supposed to just know where to go or not go?

Are we supposed to guess? Are we supposed to go north on the new overpass to go south (quite the diversion) on Glover Road now? I do not know, and hoped some signs might give me a clue. No signs.

And no maps on the Township website.

Or on any website that I could find.

I am truly confused.

Mari McCracken, Langley

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