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Last updated: Sunday July 21st, 1:36pm

Road construction season is underway in Windsor-Essex.  Here is a look at what projects are underway.

City Roads:

Pillette Road:
Will be closed between Seminole Street and South National Street until October 31st.

Dominion Blvd:
From North of E.C. Row to Northwood and Northwood from Longfellow to McKay is undergoing watermain work until August 31st.

Tecumseh Road West:
Will be reduced to one lane in each direction from California to Huron Church for road rehabilitation until August 31st.

St. Luke Road:
From Seminole to the ETR tracks will be closed fro watermain and road reconstruction until August 9th.

Windemere Road:
From Ypres Avenue to Tecumseh Road will be closed for watermain and road rehabilitation until August 9th.

Matthew Brady Boulevard:
From Edgar to Tranby will be closed for sewer, watermain, street lighting, and road reconstruction until November 30th.

Mulford Court:
From Brock Street to Prince Road will be closed for installation of new watermain until August 9th.

Cabana Road:
From Howard Avenue to Dougall Avenue has lane restrictions for watermain, sewers and roads construction until December 31st.

College Avenue:
From Campbell to 160m east of McKay will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation work until October 31st.

Mckay and Curry:
McKay from Adanac to 65m north of College and Curry from Adana to Rooney will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation work until October 31st.

Ellrose Avenue:
From Reginald Street to VIA Rail will be closed for sewer, water main and road reconstruction until December 1st.

Metcalfe Street:
From Arthur to Bernard will be closed for sewer, water main and road reconstruction until December 1st.

Partington Avenue:
Installation of new water main on Partington Ave from Wyandotte Street to College Avenue until July 26th.

Aubin Road:
From Tecumseh Road East to Guy Street will be closed for sewer, water main and road reconstruction until September 30th.

Riverside Drive East:
From Dieppe Street to Solidarity Towers will be closed for water main, sewer and road reconstruction until July 26th.

Provincial Road:
Will see gas main relocation from south of Cabana to Walker Road until August 2nd.

County Roads:

Front Road – LaSalle:
At the Turkey Creek Bridge will be reduced from four lanes of traffic to two lanes for bridge rehabilitation until October.

Knobb Hill Drive  – Amherstburg:
Will be closed to all through traffic between Welsh Avenue and Whelan Avenue for watermain installation, culvert replacement and road reconstruction until September.

Walnut Drive – Amherstburg:
Will be closed to through traffic between Hawthorne Crescent and McCurdy Drive for new watermain replacement and road improvements until September.

County Road 20:
Will have lane restrictions between Sherk Street and County Road 31 until July 31st.

County Road 19:
At Highway 401 ramp will be reduced to one lane with temporary traffic signals from May 14th to November 8th for bridge rehabilitation by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

County Road 11:
Will have lane restrictions between North Talbot Road and Highway 401 until July 26th for sanitary sewer construction.

County Road 27:
Will be closed (bridge out) between County Road 14 and County Road 8 until August 16th, 2019.

County Road 15:
Will be closed for bridge rehabilitation between South Malden Road and County Road until July 26th, 2019.

County Road 23:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 20 and Road 2 West from until July 26th, 2019. Prepare to stop for flag persons and expect delays.

County Road 15:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 11 and County Road 18 until July 26th, 2019.

County Road 11:
Will have lane restrictions between Greenway and 5th Concession Road until July 26th, 2019.

County Road 31:
Will have lane restrictions between County Road 8 and South Middle Road until July 26th, 2019.

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