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Last updated: Monday June 22nd, 10:38am

Road construction season is underway in Windsor-Essex.  Here is a look at what is happening on area roads.

City Roads:

California and Pullford Street:
From Northway Avenue to Norfolk Street is closed for construction until August 31st.

Norman Road:
From Tecumseh Road East to Adstoll is closed for sewer, pavement, watermain, and street lighting reconstruction until September 15th.

Riverside Drive:
Will be closed between Patricia and Huron Church for water and road reconstruction until the end of July.

Patricia and Vista:
Will both be closed from Riverside to University is closed for water and road reconstruction until the end of July.

Randolph Street:
Will be closed for water and road reconstruction until the end of July.

Dominion Blvd:
Will be closed closed from E C Row to north of Northwood. Northwood is closed from McKay to Longfellow until June 22nd.

Cabana Road:
Will have isolated lane restrictions from Dougall Avenue to Mt. Carmel for Enbridge Gas main and service line construction until August.

Francois Road, Reginald Street, and Alice Street:
Will be closed for sewer, pavement, water main, and street lighting reconstruction until October.

Huron Church Road:
Will be reduced to one lane in each direction from Malden Road to Industrial Avenue with a traffic shift for road reconstruction. All businesses remain open and will have access at all times. Work will last until July 31st.

Church Street:
From Giles to Caroline is closed for water and road reconstruction until July.

Mercer Street:
From Logan to Lens is closed for watermain reconstruction until August 21st.

Highland Street:
From Logan to Lens is closed for watermain reconstruction until August 21st.

Foch Street:
From McDougall to Howard is closed for watermain reconstruction until August 21st.

Lens Alley:
From McDougall to Howard is closed for watermain reconstruction until August 21st.

Irvine Avenue:
From Howard to Marentette is closed for watermain reconstruction until September 4th.

Marentette Avenue:
From Tecumseh Road East to Irivne Avenue is closed for watermain reconstruction until September 4th.

County Roads:

County Road 2:
Will be closed (bridge out) between County Road 1 and Big Creek Road starting May 4th for four months for bridge rehabilitation. (Map ID #1)

County Road 19:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 46 and Highway 401 until June 19th. (Map ID #2)

County Road 34:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 18 and Inman Side Road until June 26th. (Map ID #3)

County Road 31:
Will have lane restrictions between Mersea Road 3 and Mersea Road 6 until June 19th. (Map ID #4)

County Road 20:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 41 and County Road 9 until June 26th. (Map ID #5)

County road 20:
Will have lane restrictions between Front Road South and Lowes Side Road until June 26th. (Map ID #6)

County Road 34:
Will be closed (bridge out) between County Road 37 and County Road 33 until June 30th for culvert replacement (Map ID #7)

County Road 23:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 8 and South Middle Road until July 10th. (Map ID #8)

County Road 31:
Will have lane restrictions between North Middle Road and Highway 401 until July 10th. (Map ID #9)

County Road 42:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 31 and County Road 22 from until July 10th. (Map ID #10)

County Road 46:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 1 and Richardson Side Road until July 10th. (Map ID #11)

County Road 9:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 7 and Laurier Parkway until June 30th for culvert repair. Watch for flag persons. (Map ID #12)

South Talbot Road:
Will be closed in both directions at County Road 11 (Walker Road) until October 30th for roundabout construction (Map ID #13)

County Road 20:
Will have lane restrictions between William Street and County Road 10 for road rehabilitation (Map ID #14)

County Road 8:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 1 and County Road 37 until June 26th for road rehabilitation (Map ID #15)

 

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