It’s been the source of a traffic nightmare, and it looks likes North Shore commuters are going to need a bit more patience.
Work to improve that metal speed bump on the Lions Gate Bridge is not expected to be finished until at least Saturday.
The province had vowed the work would be completed in time for Friday morning’s commute.
But drivers report not feeling much difference so far.
“It seems just the same as it was every day this week. It looks the same and feels the same and everybody was slowing down, so we’ll see how it turns out,” says Paul, a caller to CKNW’s sister station, Am730 Traffic.
“A truck in front of me almost stopped, so it looks to me the same.”
The transportation ministry says more metal plates and a rubber membrane were put in overnight, and even more will be installed today, to expand the area leading up to and away from that bump.
Translink buses are back to their regular routes, after they were diverted off the crossing to the Seabus terminals.