Point Intersection Construction

Construction continues on schedule this fall involving the Point Intersection. This $10.5-million group of projects will address congestion and safety issues within an area where a large volume of traffic converges, including Kinney Avenue, Skaha Lake Road, South Main Street, Main Street and Dawson Avenue. The roundabout is now largely completd and is open to the public.

Construction hours of operation: Work at this time is being conducted on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Construction is anticipated to continue while the weather permits.

Project Overview

Point Intersection map of projects

Each of the following projects is numbered on the map pictured above. Please note this schedule is likely to change. Check back to this webpage frequently for the latest updates. 

2023 Projects

1. Complete: Sidewalk construction and traffic calming work is now complete on Greenwood Drive and Dartmouth Drive.

2. Underway: Work is underway on Galt Avenue. Please watch for signage and fencing and take note of the detours.

3. Wrapping up: Work is largely complete on Pineview Road and along South Main Street, although there may be intermittent closures for minor work. Construction continues north of Secrest and along Galt Avenue. 

4.  Complete: Paving along Warren Avenue is complete.

2024 Projects

5. A new signalized traffic light will be installed at Skaha Lake Road and Galt Avenue, plus repaving of Skaha Lake Road.

6. Kinney Avenue closed to vehicle traffic between Skaha Lake Road and South Main Street.

7. The Kinney to Galt section of the Lake-to-Lake Bike Route will be installed.

Construction Timeline

City Updates

Moving Penticton Forward


Map showing the location of the planned roundabout at Galt Avenue, South Main Street and Pineview Road.

Point Intersection

Map of the Point Intersection roundabout 

Showing a reconfigured Galt Avenue with signalized intersection on Skaha Lake Road and roundabout on South Main.


Showing the curb at the intersection of Skaha Lake Road and Galt Avenue.


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