|Ready and waiting for your arrival, the roads are showing some|
of the impact of the freeze and thaw of the last few weeks.
Here the road to Cow Bay from the east has a growing pothole
to try to avoid upon crossing the bridge.
With the snow and ice now gone from the city's streetscapes, residents and motorists in Prince Rupert are gaining a quick tutorial in the freeze-thaw cycle of road remediation, with the now cleared of snow streets showing the impact of the last six weeks of winter weather.
Across the city road surfaces are making for a challenging obstacle course for motorists looking to avoid a visit to their mechanic for a front end realignment or worse.
One are of particular challenge at the moment, is the route from the Yacht Club through to Mariners Park.
That is where a city street slalom course starts, with a growing hole in the Cow Bay Bridge followed by a range of potholes through the Atlin Terminal area, to bring that run to an end is some crumbling roadway along the Marine's Park area into the Downtown entrance.
On the West side of the city towards the hospital both routes for Summit have some challenges, with the Roosevelt Park ride towards the hospital the start of another area where motorists will want to be going slow and watching the surface as the potholes await your passing.
|The Before and After of Snow Storage at the Civic Centre|