Road Construction You Should Know About This Week

Sunday November 3rd, 2013

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Construction season continues with several projects that were expected to be complete by the end of October now pushed into November.

Walker Road:
From Division Road to Ledyard Road will have lane restrictions for road reconstruction until November 15th.

Wyandotte Street East:
Lane restrictions will take place from Gladstone Avenue to Langlois Avenue for water main and road construction until November 15th.

Riverside Drive East:
Eastbound and Westbound lanes of Riverside Drive East will be closed between Bertha and Martinique for watermain reconstruction until November 30th.

Bertha Avenue:
Closed between Riverside and Wyandotte for watermain reconstruction until November 8th.

Fairview Boulevard:
Closed from Wyandotte Street East to St. Rose Boulevard for road, sewer and watermain construction until November 15th.

Pierre Street:
Closed between Riverside Drive East and Wyandotte Street East for sewer and watermain construction until November 22nd.

Lincoln Road:
Between Niagara Street and Wyandotte Street East will be closed to through traffic for watermain and road reconstruction until November 22nd.

Assumption Street:
From Pierre Avenue to Hall Avenue will be closed for watermain, road and sewer construction until November 22nd.

Windermere Road:
Will be closed from Seneca Street to Tecumseh Road East will be closed for watermain and road rehabilitation until November 18th.

Aubin Road:
From Franklin Street to Seminole Street will be closed for sewer, watermain and road rehabilitation until November 4th.

Bliss Road:
Will be closed from E.C. Row Avenue East to Melinda Street for watermain reconstruction until December 13th.

Willistead Crescent:
From Devonshire Road to Devonshire Road will be under construction for sewer, watermain and road rehabilitation until December 23rd.

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