Road Construction You Should Know About This Week
Sunday August 28th, 2016
Posted at 4:00pm
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Here is a look at road construction projects in the City of Windsor this week. Each Sunday we will provide an updated list of the current projects underway and their expected completion dates.
New This Week:
Will be closed from Bruce Avenue to Dougall Avenue for water main construction until December 16th.
Will be closed from Wahketa Street to CPR tracks, south of Wear Street, for water main construction until December 16th.
Will be closed from Wahketa Street to Tecumseh Road West for water main construction until December 16th.
Will be closed from York Street to Church Street for water main construction until December 16th.
Will be closed from Shepherd Street East to Tecumseh Road East for water main construction until December 16th.
Will be closed from north of Ottawa Street to South of Erie Street East for road work until September 9th.
Will be closed from Tecumseh Road West to Algonquin for road reconstruction until September 16th.
St. John Street:
From Clairview Street to Menard Street will experience traffic restrictions for sewer, water main and road reconstruction until October 31st.
E.C. Row Expressway:
Lane restrictions will take place in the westbound lanes between Central Avenue and Walker Road as part of the bridge repair project at the CNR and Walker Road structures until October 28th.
Marentette, Vimy and Lens Avenues:
Will have traffic restrictions in place for sewer, watermain and road rehabilitation until December 16th.
Will be closed for water main construction from Wyandotte Street East to Riverside Drive East until August 26th.
From Erie Street East to Giles Boulevard East will be closed for water main construction until September 2nd.
From Prince Road to South Street and Watkins Street from Queen Street to King Street will be under construction for sewer relining and road rehabilitation until September 1st.